Hotspot hacking and how to fight it

Monday, 25 April 2005, 9:03 AM EST

Use of public wireless hotspots is increasing, giving mobile workers and others access to essential data. The bad news: Security threats against hotspot users also are increasing.

That's the word from Richard Rushing and he should know since he is chief security officer for AirDefense, which specializes in security of mobile workers.

By David Haskin at Mobile Pipeline.

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