With 60% of all Internet connections occurring over Wi-Fi, it’s safe to say that Wi-Fi access has become an everyday essential for the vast majority of us. But for as much as we all love, need, and even depend on it, securing Wi-Fi isn’t so simple.
Join WatchGuard’s resident Wi-Fi expert, Ryan Orsi, as he takes us through a three-part webinar series that breaks down our biggest concerns, opportunities, and questions with Wi-Fi. How do the bad guys hack wireless networks? What can we do to keep them out? And what, exactly, do pineapples have to do with all of this? Be sure to tune in and find out!
565,000. Alarmingly, that’s the number of videos currently available on YouTube that explain how to execute a wireless attack. In less than a weekend, anyone with Internet access and some free time can become a Wi-Fi MitM (Man-in-the-Middle) and wreak havoc on your network.
Join Ryan in episode one of our three-part Secure Wi-Fi mini-series as he explores the motives, execution, and anatomy of a Wi-Fi hack.
During our previous episode, Anatomy of a Wi-Fi Hack, we will have taken a deep dive into the “who”, “what”, “why”, and “how” of wireless hacking.
In episode two of this webinar series, Ryan explores what measures can and should be taken to defend the Wi-Fi airspace around us.
It's expected that by 2020, annual revenues around IoT solutions could exceed $470 billion. As all things IoT saturate the market (cars, tea kettles, toasters!) what does that mean from a security standpoint? What vulnerabilities aren't included in the fine print of these technologies? Join Ryan in episode three of our webinar series for a look at the current state of Wi-Fi IoT and what may lie ahead.