Rogue Access point Detection - Sponsored Whitepaper

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ROGUE ACCESS POINT DETECTION: AUTOMATICALLY DETECT AND MANAGE WIRELESS THREATS TO YOUR NETWORK

One of the most challenging security concerns for IT managers today is the rogue wireless access point. As 802.11 technologies continue to become more popular, less expensive, and easier for end users to install, the threat to corporate network security increases.

A rogue access point is any Wi-Fi access point connected to your network without authorization. It is not under the management of your network administrators and does not necessarily conform to your network security policies.

A rogue AP allows anyone with a Wi-Fi-equipped device to connect to your corporate network, leaving your IT assets wide open for the casual snooper or criminal hacker.

Rogue APs can be a problem even if your company does not have its own wireless LAN. Often employees seeking to enhance their productivity will innocently install an access point for their personal use on your network without comprehending the security risks.
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