A simple guide to Wi-Fi security
Dos and Donts for protecting your wireless network
By Eric Geier | Network World US | Published: 10:35, 10 November 11
Don't forget about protecting mobile clients
Your Wi-Fi security concerns shouldnundefinedt stop at your network. Users with smartphones, laptops and tablets may be protected on site, but what about when they connect to Wi-Fi hotspots or to their wireless router at home? You should try to ensure their other Wi-Fi connections are secure as well, to prevent intrusions and eavesdropping. Unfortunately, it isnundefinedt easy to ensure outside Wi-Fi connections are secure. It takes a combination of providing and recommending solutions and educating users on the Wi-Fi security risks and prevention measures.