Wireless security: Balancing act

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Wireless security: Balancing act

Organisations need to weigh the convenience of wireless networking against the risks to the integrity of their IT systems. Steve Gold reports.

A quick glance around any high-street IT store will reveal that wireless networking - commonly referred to as WiFi - has taken off in a big way. It's now possible to buy a data-accelerated 802.11g WiFi-enabled broadband router for around £50. Suddenly it's possible for an employee ...

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