Archive for the ‘wi-fi security’ Category

 

Wireless Security is Broken & What You Need to Do

Many organizations rely on a wireless password to protect their Wi-Fi networks. Behind the scenes, that password is used as part of a security protocol called WPA2. An attack, dubbed KRACK, has been announced that breaks that security. Continue reading ‘Wireless Security is Broken & What You Need to Do’


New iPhone and iPad iOS 11 Can Quietly Override Your Attempt to Be Secure

The new Apple iOS 11 has a feature that appears to permit you to turn Wi-Fi on and off from the easy to reach Control Center. However, some people in the security community are concerned since the setting does no such thing. Continue reading ‘New iPhone and iPad iOS 11 Can Quietly Override Your Attempt to Be Secure’


Avoid Public Wireless Networks and Hot Spots

As executives take summer vacations, they will be tempted to connect to public WiFi wireless network hotspots at airports, coffee shops, hotels, etc.  Before you connect, know the risks. Continue reading ‘Avoid Public Wireless Networks and Hot Spots’


Cyber-Safe Holiday Travels

Many executives will be travelling for the holidays. It will be so tempting to use W-Fi wireless connections in airports, coffee shops, hotels, in-flight Wi-Fi… Continue reading ‘Cyber-Safe Holiday Travels’