How to build a secure wireless solution

Monday, 18 April 2005, 9:46 AM EST

Wireless networking is rapidly becoming a victim of its own success.

Wi-Fi devices are approaching commodity status, and with easy-to-use setup and configuration wizards, Wi-Fi is quickly becoming the standard infrastructure for small businesses. Therein lies the problem—wireless is so easy to deploy, set up and configure that solution providers are getting elbowed out of potential profit opportunities. However, many of these “home-grown” installations neglect important security features.

By Frank J. Ohlhorst at SecurityPipeline.

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