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This sample policy will help implement guidance for wireless access to the corporate network, which with the advent of cheap access points and about a million different client devices has become a very risky proposition.
End-users are increasingly using inexpensive wireless networking resources to connect themselves to the corporate network. Because wireless network segments are inherently less secure than conventionally wired components, wholesale, uncontrolled use of wireless access will expose the organization to additional risk. Craft and implement a wireless security access policy for your organization to mitigate risk.
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