Security for the Wireless Network: The Ubiquity of Wireless Access, Free WatchGuard White Paper

Security for the Wireless Network: The Ubiquity of Wireless Access, Free WatchGuard White Paper

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Security for the Wireless Network: The Ubiquity of Wireless Access

Learn how to protect yourself against the security risks of using a wireless network.

From businesses and homes to public spaces, it’s easier than ever to work using Wi-Fi connections. Wi-Fi is convenient and cost-effective, but wireless networks’ security implications can quickly nullify any benefits that they may offer: a business working with sensitive or private information and operating on an insecure network can open itself up to serious litigation in the event of a security breach.

This white paper examines common wireless security controls, current hacker tricks, and recent legislative responses to Internet crime. And so you’re not left up the wireless security creek, we give you specific steps you can take to avoid the risks.

Offered Free by: WatchGuard 

 

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