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Wireless technology is cheap and ubiquitous, but despite recent improvements it still presents security risks. This primer outlines the major risks posed to your corporate network and data by wireless.
In recent years, wireless networking has become more available, affordable and easy to use. Home users are adopting wireless technology in great numbers. On-the-go laptop users often find free wireless connections in places like coffee shops and airports.
If you're using wireless technology, or considering making the move to wireless, you should know about the security threats you may encounter. This guide highlights those threats, and explains what you need to know to use wireless safely, both in the home and in public. You will find definitions of underlined terms in the glossary at the end of this paper.
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