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Wi-Fi Security Best Practices for Traveling Employees

Published: 21 November 2006

ID: G00144526

Analyst(s): John Girard, John Pescatore


Traveling users present a challenge to IT security because every location they visit will have different types of threats, and thieves can operate in plain sight when no traveler stays in one place for long. Traveling users must be equipped for the worst-case scenarios regarding Wi-Fi attacks.

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  • Question: What are the best practices for securing WLAN access for traveling users?

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