WLAN users still worried about security

Wednesday, 3 November 2004, 12:31 PM EST

According to a US-based study carried out by Infonetics Research, security continues to be the number-one barrier to the adoption of wireless LANs, even though companies are beginning to adopt higher wireless security standards.

The study, entitled User Plans for Wireless LANs - North America 2004, surveyed 240 small, medium and large organizations on their plans for wireless LANs. Infonetics said that vendors will continually need to address "the lingering perception" that wireless LANs are insecure.

By Ciaran Buckley at Electric News.

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