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10 Tactics to build a secure wireless network

This presentation by Joel Snyder, Senior Partner at Opus One and Technical Editor for Information Security magazine, was given at Information Security Decisions Spring 2005.


With standards in place, enterprise

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network managers finally have the opportunity to build secure wireless networks to meet a wide range of requirements. View this presentation where Dr. Joel M. Snyder, Senior Partner at Opus One and Technical Editor for Information Security magazine, delivers state-of-the-art expertise on how to build and deploy secure wireless networks for enterprises of all sizes.

Major wireless security strategies, including IEEE 802.11i/802.1X, IPsec and other tunneling systems, and proprietary wireless security systems, are presented so you can select the best technology that meets your specific requirements. Adjunct technologies, including wireless IDS and other denial-of-service tools, are also brought into focus. In short, you get the information required to design and deploy your own secure wireless network including the 10 most important tactics no one should be without.

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This was first published in May 2005

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