Access on the road: Putting hotspot security to the test

Lisa Phifer and Craig Mathias outline a number of steps that mobile users can take to protect themselves while working in hotspots.

By CORE Competence and the Farpoint Group

The risks of using public-access networks, wired and wireless, at a hotel or similar venue are significantly greater than those experienced at home or in an enterprise setting, and Lisa Phifer and Craig Mathias found that most hotels left Wi-Fi users largely on their own for security. To see what precautions you can take against what real-world information-security threatens business travelers, view this white paper.

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This was last published in September 2006

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