Latest WiFi publications
The spread of this easily accessible Wi-Fi has enabled people on the move to do everything from check their emails to watch videos online. But users should log into these services with caution as malicious actors regularly attempt to steal sensitive data through unsecured connections.
Riverbed Technologies has announced the signing of a deal to acquire Xirrus, a cloud WiFi network provider, for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition of Xirrus is intended to strengthen Riverbed’s existing software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) offering by combining unified cross-network connectivity with Xirrus’ enterprise-level WiFi functionality. In April 2016 Riverbed launched SteelConnect, an application-defined SD-WAN… Read More
The UK government has released a new WiFi service in private beta for public sector organisations, designed to coordinate and replace disparate user and guest connectivity solutions with a single secure network. GovWifi, managed centrally by the Government Digital Service (GDS), can be operated across existing infrastructure and hopes to provide a seamless, secure WiFi… Read More
France has proposed a new law which would see the country ban the use of the anonymous web browser Tor and free Wi-Fi services, in the wake of last month’s Paris terror attacks. According to French reports [French], authorities are looking to tighten censorship measures in the hope of controlling unregulated internet usage – a tactic… Read More