Wireless Network Protocols and Standards
- December 29, 2009
Karsten Nohl, a widely known encryption expert, has cracked the GSM encryption algorithm and claims software is available for hackers to eavesdrop on calls.
- July 30, 2009
Researchers have figured out a way to spoof sender numbers, bypass carrier protections and trick mobile devices to pull content from an attacker's server. This would leave users vulnerable to phishing attacks and other scams.
- July 16, 2009
Guide analyzes PCI requirements pertaining to wireless networks and provides recommendations.
- November 18, 2008
It could cost millions of dollars for retailers to rip and replace outdated systems and devices still using Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) to secure 802.11 wireless networks, according to a security expert tracking cybersecurity in the retail ...
- August 21, 2008
The PCI Security Standards Council has started two special interest groups to focus on pre-authorization and wireless security issues.
- August 19, 2008
Version 1.2 of PCI DSS, due out in October, requires 802.1x for wireless protection and antivirus for all operating systems, according to a summary of the changes issued Tuesday.
- August 07, 2008
Black Hat: A cryptographer says Bluetooth version 2.1, designed to be more secure than previous versions, is actually extremely vulnerable to attackers.
- September 25, 2007
TJX Cos. should have moved faster to upgrade its Wi-Fi security from WEP encryption to WPA encryption, say Canadian officials.
- August 09, 2007
Experts say the standards are available to lock down Wi-Fi, but many network and security managers are taking an easier approach.
- June 04, 2007
Gartner IT Security Summit: VeriSign and AirMagnet announce collaboration on the new VeriSign Wireless Intrusion Prevention Service (IPS) to help IT shops defend Wi-Fi users.