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  • Wireless Operational Security
    Wireless Operational Security. This comprehensive wireless network book addresses the operational and day-to-day security management requirements of 21st century companies.
  • Wireless Security with IEEE 802.11
    If you're new to wireless, the first thing you should realize is that the signals you send and receive from a nearby access point are easily intercepted by anyone in the vicinity who has a wireless card and a computer. The purpose of WLAN security techniques is to render the connection unusable
  • How to Cheat at Securing a Wireless Network
    How to Cheat at Securing a Wireless Network. Providing best-practice solutions to address threats and to maintain a secure and accessible wireless network, this book endorses the principle that the best strategy is to deploy multiple layers of security, each reinforcing the other.
  • Smart Computing Article - Advanced Wireless Security Options
    August 2006 Vol.10 Issue 5 Page(s) 122-125 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Protection For SOHO Wireless Networks Although today s wireless home networks are convenient and easy to install, they are far less secure than old-fashioned wired net- works. Out of the box, most wireless
  • Smart Computing Article - MAC-Based Security For Wireless Networks
    MAC-Based Security For Wireless Networks August 2006 Vol.10 Issue 5 Page(s) 120-121 in print issue Add To My Personal Library MAC-Based Security For Wireless Networks Secure Your Wireless Network With MAC Address Filtering Wireless networks are incredibly convenient: no wires to clutter up your
  • Microsoft Vista for IT Security Professionals
    Microsoft Vista for IT Security Professionals. Describing the security features of Vista, this guide shows how to safely integrate Vista with existing wired and wireless network infrastructure and how to safely deploy with existing applications and databases.
  • Wireless LANs - Total Cost of Ownership
    for a workgroup or department may be inappropriate and costly for a companywide deployment-many wireless LAN offerings lack an architecture that scales well, or fail to take advantage of the proven network infrastructure already in place. To avoid heading down a costly and difficult path
  • High Power Industrial PoE for Security and Surveillance Systems
    , such as security and building control devices. With PoE, less effort is required compared to traditional wired applications. PoE offers an even more compelling value proposition for WAPs (Wireless LAN access points) and network cameras (e.g., IP-based cameras), as they do not need to be tethered

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