Wi-Fi: Secure enough for government use?

Wi-Fi: Secure Enough for The Federal Government?

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As Wi-Fi continues to evolve, so does its security functionality. But is it secure enough to protect our federal government?

In this white paper, discover a detailed, technical explanation of how modern enterprise Wi-Fi networks are secured to determine whether they are indeed secure enough for government use.

Inside:

  • A summary of relevant government policies like FIPS 140-2, DoD 8420.01, and CNSS
  • How Wi-Fi security works: Authentication and encryption
  • Access control for multi-use networks
  • Whether Wi-Fi is indeed secure enough for the federal government

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Vendor:
HPE and Intel® Xeon
Posted:
02 Mar 2017
Published:
30 Sep 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
13 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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