Wi-Fi 6 is the latest generation of the Wi-Fi standard. The Wi-Fi Alliance retroactively renamed older standards, so 802.11ac is Wi-Fi 5 and 802.11n is Wi-Fi 4. It is also known… Continue reading
The green padlock on websites doesn’t improve network security, so our expert addresses four ways to secure the modern network that move beyond the castle-wall analogy.
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WiFi Protected Access (WPA) is a security standard for users of computing devices equipped with wireless internet connections. WPA was developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to provide more sophisticated data encryption and better user authentication… Continue reading
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