Why is wireless still insecure?
You may think your mobile workers are safe with their new wireless notebooks, but some WLAN tracking conducted at the RSA security conference earlier this year showed a multitude of vulnerabilities, new attack patterns from hackers and critical data leaks that would shake even the most confident security manager. Network World's Keith Shaw talks with Richard Rushing, chief security officer at AirDefense, which conducted the WLAN monitoring at the show. If you support mobile devices for your road warriors, or if you want to hear about the latest ways that hackers are tricking mobile users into unknowingly giving them data, listen to this podcast (21:52).
This story, "Guide to Wireless LAN Security" was originally published by Network World.