Richard Rushing, AirDefense CSO, on Wireless Security
by Mirko Zorz - Tuesday, 27 February 2007.
At the recent RSA Conference 2007 in San Francisco, AirDefense was doing wireless airwave monitoring. AirDefense found more than half of the 347 wireless devices susceptible to "Evil Twin" types of attacks, combined with some of the latest zero-day attacks. In this 8 minute video you'll get a picture of the wireless (in)security at a show where security professionals meet as well as some advice on how to get more secure.
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