Reputation Management begins with your computer and hand held device security.
Wi-Fi has a nasty habit of circumventing trust boundries between wired subnets Many network operators wage a daily foot war against rogue access points, while engineers struggle to regain control over Wi-Fi access. A Wi-Fi firewall may help tackle these challenges more effectively. Instead of depending on employees to use Wi-Fi safely, a Wi-Fi firewall can disrupt non-compliant sessions to prevent confidential data disclosure.
If you are considering using a Wi-Fi firewall:
Location mapping: Can it facilitate physical removal?
Real-time status: Are details readily available to support investigation?
Security event detection: Can the appliance accurately detect the attacks, anomalies, and policy violations important to your business?
Intrusion prevention: Can it take action to contain intruders by disconnecting them from your wired or wireless network?
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