Securing your Wi-Fi data network
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CWEurope - August 2013

Has the 2007 assault on the Wi-Fi network of the US based TJX retail group shocked corporations enough to take note and ensure their networks are actually secure?CW Europe investigates the dip in high-profile security breaches, across the region.  Access >>>

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    • All quiet on the Wi-Fi security front by Warwick Ashford

      The last high-profile Wi-Fi data breach was the assault on the TJX retail group in 2007, but that doesn't mean there is no risk

    • Case study: Horsley ITU brings iPads to patients by Jennifer Scott

      The intensive therapy unit at the Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust helps seriously ill patients communicate with consultants and relatives using tablet devices from Apple

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