Wireless (Wi-Fi) Security
In the continuing evolution of IT technology, the vast majority of today’s devices now have built-in wireless capabilities. As a result, wireless technologies can now be found in most homes, as well as being adopted by most organisations, due to its cost effectiveness, ease of use and deployment capabilities. Making it a viable solution for corporate networks large and small, wishing to ensure cost effective connectivity with any satellite elements of their businesses.
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Unfortunately, this deployment has led to a significant increase in the number of targeted attacks on systems where poor configuration or a quality assurance on updates has led to attackers identifying vulnerabilities that have allowed access to networks. Individuals at home, who may be executives associated with target corporations, need to know that wireless access points, both at home and at work, are frequently seen as a means by which attackers can gain access systems with little risk to themselves. Furthermore, by subverting either, there is a high probability that the attacker will be able to gain access to other internal elements of a target network. It should also be noted that any decent hacker who has gained access to a network using the wireless network as a point of entry will have passively monitored the network, looking to garner sufficient information about the identify authorised users and their devices so as to emulate them during an attack. Making it harder for security systems to detect their presence.
It is important to verify that wireless security measures commensurate with the environment are not only in place but also current, applied correctly and relevant.
CCC, wireless testing is undertaken by experts using a combination of in-house tools and techniques together with industry standard equipment.
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