• Wi-Fi connectivity puts pressure on medical device security

    Health system's certification program mitigates the risks associated with wireless medical devices.

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  • Wireless intrusion prevention system smartens school district Wi-Fi

    With AirMagnet’s wireless intrusion prevention system and RF spectrum analysis, a large school district improved wireless LAN security and solved Wi-Fi interference problems.

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  • Fluke AirMagnet combines Wi-Fi, cellular spectrum monitoring

    Fluke AirMagnet's new cellular spectrum security capability, coupled with Wi-Fi monitoring, can help regulated enterprises ensure compliance.

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  • Motorola unveils iBeacon-based indoor positioning technology

    Motorola unveils indoor positioning technology using Bluetooth beacons retail businesses to reach customers, with or without guest Wi-Fi networks.

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  • Transit companies seek to upgrade communications capabilities

    Amtrak's announcement to upgrade its on-board Wi-Fi emphasizes the pressure on the transportation industry to provide faster service at a low cost.

    sgroff430 pointsBadges:
  • Software developers: Dealing with untrusted Wi-Fi connections

    Expert Dan Cornell explains how to ensure mobile apps behave securely -- even when they encounter untrusted Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connections.

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  • Gigabit Wi-Fi security: Is the new 802.11ac standard worth an upgrade?

    Will Gigabit Wi-Fi significantly alter network security, or will it mean business as usual? Expert Brad Casey discusses the new 802.11ac standard.

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  • How to use Kismet: A free Wi-Fi network-monitoring tool

    In this video, CBT Nuggets' Keith Barker shows how to use the free Wi-Fi network monitoring tool Kismet to find possibly malicious wireless networks.

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  • Microsoft confirms Windows Wi-Fi flaw

    However, until a rollup patch is released, the software giant said Tuesday that users can take basic steps to protect themselves from the Windows wireless vulnerability.

    SearchCIOMidmarket9,485 pointsBadges:
  • Could Wi-Fi send you to jail?

    In November, a man in Canada was arrested for downloading child pornography onto his laptop. The catch is that he was using someone else's wireless access point to access the illegal material. While the owner of that access point was never charged with a crime, the incident highlights a new concern...

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