Using my personal laptop from any coffee shop, I can:
- Access my bank account(s)
- Access my retirement and brokerage accounts
- Use my credit card to buy things
- Review my medical test results
- Send love notes to my wife
These are the most sensitive and private things I can imagine, and I can do these things securely from any untrusted network anywhere in the world.
So why do corporate networks still exist?
Most companies still have a separate corporate network, protected by firewalls, intrusion prevention/detection, dedicated administrators, VPNs, etc. Why is it that I can access information which is the most important, private, and precious to me, from any computer, via any network, without all that extra cost, complexity, overhead, and effort?Read On