WiFI

Are You Voting For or Against BYOD?

Are You Voting For or Against BYOD?

Using a personal phone, computer, tablet for work is called Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Most of us are no stranger to the concept, in fact, 64% of all employees report using a personal smartphone for work.

Companies allow personal devices because it’s convenient for the employee and, on the surface, seems to save money. But BYOD can be BYODangerous, so it’s important to closely consider the potential hazards.

A KRACK in the Wireless Armor

A KRACK in the Wireless Armor

We were recently published in Security Dealer & Integrator magazine and featured online on the industry leading website, SecurityInfoWatch. The article, titled "A KRACK in the Wireless Armor" was published in Vol. 40, No. 2, the February 2018 issue.

We've included the first few paragraphs of article below. You can read the full version by visiting the SecurityInfoWatch website and flipbook.

Sips & Tips... About that Coffee Shop WiFi

Sips & Tips... About that Coffee Shop WiFi

Our love of the coffee bean has us frequenting coffee shops more and more regularly (for a growing number of us, too regularly!). And it’s amazing to see how many people have now made the coffee shop their office. Unfortunately, connecting to public WiFi (e.g. at coffee shops, hotels, etc.) can put you at serious risk. Let's put this in perspective. When you order your coffee, they give you a separate cup. Why?