Better security will help wireless growth
The security of wireless hot spots for internet access for IT users on the road was the subject of discussion at the CeBIT America 2004 conference in New York.
Panelists agreed that there are ways to ensure that safe use - and continued vigilance - can keep it that way.
"Love the access, but don't trust it ... and secure it," said Frederick Felman, vice president of marketing at firewall and security software company Zone Labs.
By Todd R Weiss at Computerworld
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