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Wi-Fi hacks happen at an alarming rate, learn about the latest hacks around the world.

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Don’t Fall Victim to the Most Common Wi-Fi Deployment Mistakes

It’s 2021 and you probably have several Wi-Fi deployments lined up. Every organization expects access to Wi-Fi at all times, but delivering a powerful and secure solution is easier said than done. One of the last things any Wi-Fi integrator needs when climbing ladders to set up new access points for a customer, is well… climbing ladders again to replace it with another solution, only to find [...]

By |February 9th, 2021|

FBI Sounds the Alarm: Hotel Wi-Fi Poses an Increased Security Risk for Teleworkers

As the COVID-19 outbreak devastated the travel industry, many hotels launched “work-from-hotel” programs to appeal to locals who needed an escape from their home workspace. Hotels now offer daytime room reservations for people who wanted a quiet, distraction-free place to work, with the added amenities one would expect in a hotel. Unfortunately, cyber criminals have seized on the vulnerabilities of hotel Wi-Fi networks. Recognizing the escalating threat, [...]

By |December 2nd, 2020|

I am not worried about my Wi-Fi!

If you have read our recent Internet Security Report you will see there is a rise in probe requests over public Wi-Fi. Penetration testing tools are getting more sophisticated, it’s becoming easier for cyber criminals to eavesdrop and steal personal information from people over Wi-Fi. If we look at the original Mark I pineapple from Hak5 when it was first released, it was primarily driven by command [...]

By |November 16th, 2020|

Do You Trust Your Home Wi-Fi?

We’ve been talking a lot lately on how crucial it is for organizations to enable a Trusted Wireless Environment. Now that working remotely is our “new normal,” and not every company is able to send an AP225W wall plate access point home with everyone, we covered 5 tips that would keep remote workers safe and Wi-Fi hackers away in a previous blog, but here’s a refresher: Connect to [...]

By |May 8th, 2020|

Top Cyber Threats Taking Advantage of the Pandemic Situation

This week, WatchGuard CTO Corey Nachreiner joined our Wi-Fi security experts to discuss top cyber threats that are intensifying in the United States and globally due to the pandemic situation. This trend is not unique to COVID-19. Hackers have always used disasters such as tsunamis and earthquakes, and high-profile events around the world to prey on victims, and this global pandemic is no exception. Corey offers tips and [...]

By |April 23rd, 2020|

What Should Businesses Anticipate as People Go Back to Work

Business all over the world have been caught by surprise with the sudden demands from employees needing to work from home. This huge change in operations not only puts a strain on the employees but also the company’s network infrastructure. Was your business prepared to support remote employees at this level? A lot of companies scrambled to keep the employees productive and security may have fallen to the sideline. [...]

By |April 22nd, 2020|
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