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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Building a Safe WiFi Network at Your Business

Over 300,000 Internet crimes were reported around the world in 2011. Internet crime increased 3.4 percent from 2010. In terms of hard cold dollars, the complaints and crimes costs losses of close to half a billion dollars.

If you’re building a network, you need to secure it. Hackers are using the most sophisticated tools to slip in and that’s why it’s imperative to put the best solutions in play. Network authentication will verify user identity and allow easier tracing through passwords and user names. This can be vital when you’re looking to locate a breach in the system.

You also need to factor in legal indemnification. This can go a long way protecting your business and its reputation. You indemnify your business from liability by having all users accept responsibility for their actions on your network. They also agree to the idea you may monitor their activity to ensure they’re not endangering security through their Internet behavior.

The best way to perform any of this would be through a managed Wi-Fi service. A good provider can save your business a lot of money and time. Anyone can set up a network, but only a professional eye can make sure it’s compliant with Communication Assistance for Law Enforcement Act guidelines as well as in line with Payment Card Industry regulations. The average off-the-shelf network could be lacking in any of these areas, not only opening your business up to security risks, but potential fines.

Building a secure Wi-Fi network for your business is going to require plenty of due diligence. But in today’s digital world, it has to be a consideration. With a worldwide loss of a half billion dollars slipping into the hands of criminals in 2011 alone, you want to make sure your business avoids adding to those numbers.

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