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A company's security is only as strong as its weakest link, and all too often the weakest link is a company's end users. It has always been a challenge to get users to understand the importance of security compliance, but it's become more challenging with the blurring lines between home and corporate technology use. In this Dark Reading report, we suggest a process for educating users about online threats and protections - and in the process getting them more engaged in and committed to corporate security.
In today's enterprise, the endpoint could be any number of devices operating in any number of locations. With endpoint technology changing so rapidly, what's the best approach to building an effective, enforceable endpoint security strategy that works across the enterprise? In this Dark Reading report, we examine the challenges of endpoint security and recommend the steps organizations should take toward developing a security strategy that is both effective and practical.
Dense flash memory and advanced batteries made smartphones and tablets feasible; wireless networks make them useful. Given the cost of cellular access, the multiplying number of mobile devices and the imminent ratification of the superfast 802.11ac specification, we decided to survey InformationWeek readers about their wireless LANs today and plans for the future. Among the 419 respondents to our InformationWeek 2013 Wireless LAN Survey, 89% use 802.11n technologies as a network access method for end users, up from 76% in September 2010.
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