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  1. What the Internet of Things Means for Your Car

    One in 5 cars will have some form of wireless network connection in 2020, according to Gartner. In the Internet of Things, formerly unconnected devices are wirelessly linked to the Internet in order to capture data or automate systems, and cars are now a major element of this emerging technology. “Connected cars” are revolutionizing the…


  2. Dangers of Connecting to Public Wi-Fi

    In today’s world, free public Wi-Fi is commonplace, available in places varying from restaurants to beaches to subway stations. Passwords are frequently unnecessary—merely connect your smart device and use away. Unfortunately, while public Wi-Fi provides convenience and free browsing without dipping into data, it also gives cybercriminals easy access to personal files and information. The…


  3. WiFi Network Attacks 101

    Securing your network from attackers requires more than installing a firewall and putting an SSL Certificate on your e-commerce login page. Every part of your network needs to be hardened against attackers probing your defenses, and your wireless network is one of the most critical (and vulnerable) components to protect. By its very nature, your…


  4. 8 Steps to Stronger WiFi Security

    With the continuous proliferation of public hotspots, more and more attention is being drawn to the security measures in place to prevent wireless man-in-the-middle attacks. Even if you are not employing SSL Certificates to provide network security, there are still a few WiFi security options that will dramatically improve the security of your network. 1.…


  5. NCSAM Tip of the Week: Securing Public WiFi with SecureWiFi Certificates

    Strong Wi-Fi Security Devices

    This week’s theme for the the National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is “critical infrastructure and the internet of things” with a big focus on securing devices that are connected to the Internet. In conjunction with this theme, this week we’re writing about the latest improvement in WiFi security—Passpoint release 2—and securing WiFi signup services…