As more businesses deploy wireless networks to connect employees, professional partners and the general public to company systems and the Internet, the need for enhanced wireless security grows increasingly important. Fortunately, as more companies become aware of the threats facing their wireless networks — and how to combat them — the gap between wired and wireless-network security is gradually narrowing.
Wireless-network security isn't a single issue. Businesses need to recognize that they are fighting attacks on several fronts. Many wireless-network threats are unique to the technology, including:
With wireless providing so many opportunities for attackers to enter and harm networks and business systems, it's no surprise that a wide array of security tools and techniques have arrived to help businesses secure their networks. Here are the top protection methods:
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