Wireless security tools, Computer Network Security

WIRELESS SECURITY TOOLS

An organization which spends its time securing wired network and leaves wireless networks to operate in any manner is opening itself up for security breach. A security professional must assess risk of wireless networks. A wireless security toolkit should include ability to sniff wireless traffic, scan wireless hosts, and assess privacy or confidentiality afforded on wireless network.

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