Protecting Wireless Local Area Networks
Many government and private-sector organizations have implemented wireless local area networks (WLANs) that let staff members with wireless-enabled devices, such as smartphones, connect to the Internet and the organization’s networks. Wireless networks thus support a mobile work force and can contribute to increased organizational productivity.
WLAN security depends on how well all of the WLAN components — including the client devices, access points and wireless switches — are secured throughout the WLAN life cycle.
Use these recommendations from the new NIST guidelines to help your organization improve its WLAN security.
Included in this ZIP file are:
- Intro Page.pdf
- Terms and Conditions.pdf
- Protecting Wireless Local Area Networks.pdf