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Going wireless generally requires connecting an internet "access point" – like a cable or DSL modem – to a wireless router, which sends a signal through the air, sometimes as far as several hundred feet. Any computer within range with a wireless card can pull the signal from the air and access the internet.

Unless you take certain precautions, anyone nearby with a wireless-ready computer or mobile device can use your network. That means your neighbors – or any hacker nearby – could "piggyback" on your network, or access information on your computer. If an unauthorized person uses your network to commit crime or send spam, the activity could be traced back to your account.


Wireless security is the prevention of unauthorized access or damage to computers using wireless networks.

It uses Two-way-autheentication, Firewall, VPNVWireless Intrusion (or Detection)System (WIPS OR WIDS) to optimise the security of a network.


Regulatory bodies, including PCI-DSS, recommends the use of wirless security as a mandatory reqirement.

We partner with OEMS that provides wirless security, including

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