The top 10 Wireless LAN policy violations

Monday, 26 May 2003, 5:42 PM EST

From rogue APs to ad hoc networks, wireless LAN policy violations can create a wide-open entry point to the enterprise network. While policies are the first step to securing wireless LANs, many enterprise WLAN policies quickly become just another ignored, dust-collecting document.

With a broad base of customers that includes more than 50 Blue Chip companies and large government agencies, AirDefense collected data to compile the 10 most common wireless LAN policy violations.

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