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Wi-Fi access points should have built-in wireless intrusion protection to ensure unknown access points aren’t being targeted. By requiring intrusion protection at all access points, you make it easier to spot an interfering AP or shut down rogue devices that might pose a threat. The network will alert your IT administrator (you) if necessary.
W-Fi security and WAP2 can cause security vulnerabilities and expose your networks to increased risk of potential password phishing attacks. Choose wireless equipment that is certified to support WPA3, and demand Wi-Fi Certified Enhanced Open so you can protect your data with Opportunistic Wireless Encryption (OWE).
Enjoying wireless connectivity is all about balancing convenience with security. Bluetooth devices, such as wireless headsets, speakers and microphones, make it easy to seamlessly take hands-free calls while driving or to move around freely while listening to your favorite music, among other use cases. Using these devices does represent a security trade-off, though. Open Bluetooth […]
A wireless network means connecting an internet access point – such as a cable or DSL modem – to a wireless router. Going wireless is a convenient way to allow multiple devices to connect to the internet from different areas of your home. However, unless you secure your router, you’re vulnerable to people accessing information […]
Most households now run networks of devices linked to the internet, including computers, gaming systems, TVs, tablets, smartphones and wearable devices that access wireless networks. To protect your home network and your family, you need to have the right tools in place and confidence that family members can use the internet more safely and securely. […]
Using the default service set identifier (SSID) for your wireless router can give malicious parties clues about potential vulnerabilities they could exploit. To change the network name, enter the router’s IP address in your web browser, log in, and switch the SSID to something original that doesn’t contain any personal information or password hints.
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