Organizations of all sizes are adding wireless technology to their networks at an increasing rate. This explosion of growth has companies adding access points to networks frequently without the necessary wireless security infrastructure in place. Wired Equivalent Privacy (or WEP) is the common entry-level technology used to provide baseline security. At the other end of the spectrum, organizations are integrating firewall and VPN concentrators to each wireless access point to ensure business grade security. This white paper discusses the challenges facing organizations interested in deploying wireless network security.
02 Jun 2008