In the past year, IT admins and consumers have witnessed some pretty brutal cyber attacks. From new vulnerabilities in protocols to outdated devices and software, IT admins have been especially hard-pressed to increase security in their environments. Securing devices in response to cyber attacks on WiFi networks is a security requirement that IT admins can’t afford to ignore.
When the KRACK attack occurred in October 2017, we put together a security briefing where we discuss a list of five things you can do to improve your WiFi security, and using secure devices is at the top of the list. Our advice about using secure devices doesn’t just pertain to KRACK though, and is good advice to heed in general for network security – especially when new cyber attacks are surfacing routinely.
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