Do you see Wardriving as an extensive problem?
Yes, that's one of the reasons why we developed EliteConnect WLAN Security System to provide wireless security in the corporate environment.
Wireless security is subject to interference and therefore to Denial of Service attacks. What can be done to protect from such attacks?
Authentication of wireless clients will not proceed while the wireless network is being jammed. A good mechanism would be to have the ability to detect wireless interference or jamming attacks and automatically send an alert to the system administrator. Once authentication has been achieved, it is important to have a Wireless Security product like EliteConnect. Running VPN (IPSec or PPTP) tunnels from Wireless Clients to the network should be extremely safe and can protect the wireless client data with their strong standards-based encryption.
A significant part in the process of developing wireless networks is ensuring that the data on wireless devices is secure. What do you see as the biggest threats to that security?
The biggest threats are that people are not educated or aware of wireless security. Naive users may not take any precautions and may leave their settings as factory defaults which makes it easy for hackers to attack the network.
What is your vision for the future of wireless security?
The future may be that all wireless clients will be required to be authenticated and run VPNs to their networks, that would solve a large number of the wireless security issues we see today.