Your next wireless security problem

Friday, 6 October 2006, 4:42 AM EST

Recently, I've had the dry task of telling an increasing number of executives that their organizations' wireless networks are relatively well protected -- that during an assessment, it wasn't possible to attach to, or make any serious dent in the availability of, the network without exceeding the bounds of a reasonable threat model. Does this mean all's well in the wireless world? Not at all. We're merely graduating to the next level of problems.

At Computerworld.

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