Wireless security risks at an integrated academic health system

Wednesday, 18 May 2005, 5:30 AM EST

Wireless networking is increasingly popular in academic health system and university institutions, but this communal environment presents security issues. The institution's goal of securing wireless networking is attainable, but it's often difficult and time-intensive.

Technology has dramatically improved the ability for academics to share research and search for the truth they are seeking.

By Susan Kennedy at Computerworld.

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