WiFi security - do not rely on any single system

Wednesday, 2 May 2007, 2:23 PM EST

A further boom is expected in WiFi adoption as broadband providers lower connectivity costs but security will remain an issue. While technology and practical advice can assist to minimise risk, it is better not to rely on any single system.

Explains Pierre Holtzhausen, networking specialist at distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC): as competition hots up in the broadband provision segment, major ISPs such as Sentech, iBurst and Telkom are announcing lowered costs and/or increased bandwidth capacity for their various packages.

At the Network Times.

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