A Trusted Wireless Environment is a framework for building a complete Wi-Fi network that is fast, easy to manage, and most importantly, secure.

Don’t let Wi-Fi be your biggest security gap. Hackers prefer to go after the weak link in the security chain and it doesn’t take much to hack into the Wi-Fi network using easily accessible tools and a plethora of online how-to videos. Even the most rookie hacker can intercept traffic flowing over Wi-Fi and steal valuable data from your smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, or laptop. What’s worse – your business networks become compromised due to malware implanted and credentials stolen over Wi-Fi, and it can cost millions in fines and breach remediation expenses to fix.

You need a Trusted Wireless Environment, a framework for building a complete Wi-Fi network that is fast, easy to manage, and most importantly, secure. Your employees, vendors, and guests rely on you to keep them safe and it is your responsibility to be knowledgeable about Wi-fi security risks and how they impact your organization.

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Verified Comprehensive Security

You need proof that the security solution that defends your business against Wi-Fi attacks can provide automatic protection from the six known Wi-Fi threat categories, allow legitimate external access points to operate in the same airspace, and restrict users from connecting to unsanctioned Wi-Fi access points.

Market-Leading Performance

You should never be forced to compromise security to achieve the necessary performance to support your environment with the speed, connections and client density that it needs. No matter what your wireless battleground is, WatchGuard offers a full line of indoor and outdoor access point models, so that you can extend your trusted wireless environment throughout your facility.

Cloud Management That Scales

With easy set-up and management, you should be able to control your entire wireless network from a single interface and execute key processes to safeguard the environment and its users. WatchGuard’s Wi-Fi Cloud environment can take your business from one to an unlimited number of access points across multiple locations, with no controller infrastructure. Template-based management and reporting is a breeze with a hierarchical-based structure enabling many ways of grouping, including location, building, floor, and customer.

The Six Known Wi-Fi Threat Categories

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Rogue AP

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Allows attackers to bypass perimeter security

“Evil Twin” AP

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Lures users to connect to it so as to spy on traffic, steal data and infect systems

Neighbor AP

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Risks infection from connecting to other SSIDs while in range of the authorized AP

Rogue Client

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Delivers malware payloads to the network after connecting to malicious APs

Misconfigured AP

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Opens networks to attack as a result of configuration errors

Ad-Hoc Network

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Uses peer-to-peer connections to evade security controls and risks exposure to malware

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