A large-scale scan by Motorola's AirDefense group has found that wireless LAN vulnerabilities in retailer networks though much improved over last year, are still all too common, despite repeated, widely-publicized wireless security breaches.
The best advice Ian McLeod can offer to organizations seeking to build out a wieldy wireless implementation is to “start small.” McLeod is the computer resources director for the British Columbia Institute of
Published on: July 20th, 2006 Ryan B Patrick @itworldca
Wireless security is still a hot topic and a recently launched online survey shows that in many cases it’s still inadequate. Ann Arbor, Mich.-based LucidLink Wireless Security set up a 12-question assessment earlier
Published on: September 29th, 2005 Vanessa Ho @itworldca
When network security vendor Cirond Corp. publicized a potential threat looming over wireless laptops eight months ago, there seemed to be no takers. Not until the company decided to call it the “wiphishing”
Published on: May 4th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman @itworldca
Hoping to help users take another step toward autonomic computers, which are meant to manage, configure and maintain themselves, IBM Corp.'s research division Monday announced a new wireless security tool, Distributed Wireless Security