Securing WLANs with Two-factor Authentication
sponsored by RSA, The Security Division of EMC

Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) offer the promise of tremendous workplace flexibility, but also potentially pose risks to enterprise information. Anytime, anywhere access to enterprise applications and data extends the IT infrastructure to cover the entire work area of an organization. Improperly designed WLANs leave organizations exposed to the risk of unauthorized access, and protecting them is key to the successful deployment of wireless infrastructure.

This white paper discusses the explosion of enterprise WLANs and reviews the need to protect information in transit over wireless networks with strong, two-factor authentication. It also:

  • Reviews the standards-based security protocols available
  • Explains the limitations of passwords
  • Discusses the importance of strong, two-factor authentication to secure enterprise WLANs
  • And much more
Available Resources from RSA, The Security Division of EMC
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