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Not too long ago, I was interviewed for a Comcast Business blog post and Inc.com article about Wi-Fi security. As long as the Wi-Fi is up and running, the security of it isn’t something the average person gives a lot of thought to, but improperly secured Wi-Fi networks present a number of unique vulnerabilities hackers can exploit to gain access to sensitive data. To understand Wi-Fi security, it helps to know about these strategies that hackers use.
Earlier this week, the FBI urged thousands of small business and home office internet users to reboot their routers to prevent the impact of VPNFilter, the latest malware threat to businesses and consumers. Hours after the story broke, I was invited to WTNH News 8's studios to do a Facebook live Q&A.
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With the advent of smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices, companies and IT departments are facing the challenge of managing the vast assortment of devices on their network. Which devices get which levels of network access? Which users get which levels of network access? How do you ensure that your network is secure?
Nearly everyone has heard of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model, and technology has even gone so far to start labeling Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS), but how often do you hear of Wireless-as-a-Service (WaaS)? In this post, we’ll break down the top six reasons to consider WaaS as a practical option for implementing cutting edge networking for your business.