Wi-Fi in the News2019-07-24T21:10:13+00:00
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Wi-Fi hacks happen at an alarming rate, learn about the latest hacks around the world.

Meeting with Senator Patty Murray in Washington D.C.Trusted Wireless Environment at Wi-Fi NOW, LondonClaus Hetting (CEO & Chairman Wi-Fi NOW) with Ryan Orsi (on left)Trusted Wireless Environment at Wi-Fi Trek, Nashville, TNTrusted Wireless Environment at SxSW Conference & FestivalTrusted Wireless Environment at Wi-Fi NOW

5 Hot Topics From Wi-Fi NOW 2019 London

Wi-Fi NOW, an independent organization led by Claus Hetting, exists to hold the thought leadership agenda for the Wi-Fi industry.   Their mission is to support and promote all things Wi-Fi and they work with individuals, carriers, service providers, tech vendors, and regulators.  Basically, if there’s something happening in the world of Wi-Fi, it’s discussed at one of Wi-Fi NOW’s events first.  This year their European event was held [...]

By |December 12th, 2019|

The Most Common Wi-Fi Attacks Hotel Guests Need to Worry About

Wi-Fi is an important amenity at hotels around the world, whether for business travelers working on the go or vacationers watching Netflix on their phones. But hotel Wi-Fi networks are often vulnerable to Wi-Fi attacks that allow hackers to eavesdrop on network traffic and steal things like credit card information and sensitive corporate data. Our Director of Product Management for Wi-Fi, Ryan Orsi, wrote a guest post for Hospitality Technology [...]

By |September 15th, 2019|

5G Versus Wi-Fi: Which is More Secure?

Most smartphone users assume that cellular data networks are more secure than unknown Wi-Fi. In general they’re correct (and we still advise people to use their cellular data rather than an unknown or public Wi-Fi network when accessing sensitive information on a mobile device)! But, as the 5G rollout progresses, more and more cellular users will be exposed to Wi-Fi security threats via a process called Wi-Fi offloading. [...]

By |September 6th, 2019|

How MSPs Can Get a Leg Up on Their Competition with Wi-Fi Security

I’m a little embarrassed to admit this, but I think about Wi-Fi ALL THE TIME. Not just because Wi-Fi has become a necessity that I can’t live without, but also because I work for a company whose mission is to not only offer Wi-Fi to our partners and customers, but offer them secure Wi-Fi, so that they don’t ever have to worry about their data being compromised by [...]

By |July 25th, 2019|

Establishing a Global Standard for Wi-Fi Security

When was the last time you thought about the security of your wireless communications? We’re constantly leveraging Wi-Fi networks during business meetings, and at coffee shops, restaurants, airports and more. It’s almost second nature to tap into the local Wi-Fi network wherever we go. And while wireless security and privacy standards have been around for quite some time, none are completely immune to the six known Wi-Fi threat [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|

How MSPs Can Differentiate with Secure Wi-Fi

The Wi-Fi market is one of the most established and mature in the broader IT landscape. Wi-Fi vendors produce highly similar product offerings with highly similar capabilities, making it increasingly challenging for managed service providers (MSPs) to differentiate themselves in a crowded field of wireless service competitors. Fortunately, there’s a clear answer to this problem, which WatchGuard’s resident Wi-Fi expert, Ryan Orsi, covers directly in his recent guest [...]

By |July 12th, 2019|
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