November 24, 2002

Marketing Security: Wireless Challenged

Fast, Cheap and Out of Control

I'm not fully convinced security is in fact the #1 inhibitor to enterprise deployment of wireless LANs - I need real data to convince myself of that one. (Despite being one of the quoted data points in this article...)


What I DO find interesting, is the way the wireless LAN industry has been singled out for security problems in early standards. I have said it before: the marketplace has become security aware and will no longer accept new technologies that do not address security from the ground up.

Posted by Abner on November 24, 2002 03:33 PM | TrackBack
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