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What Dangers Lurk In Your Wireless Network?

Companies across the spectrum are already familiar with a wide range of cyber threats, including; DDoS attacks, phishing email schemes, ghostware and cloud jailbreaking among many others, because these are the ones the media is quick to pick up on. However, there is a lack of awareness regarding a host of wireless network attacks that (…)

Dror Liwer, March 9, 2017

Why Your BYOD Policy & Compliance Is Failing

  In recent months, the debate over the future of BYOD has intensified. On the one hand, we really don’t need Gartner to tell us what we are already witnessing —  that more than half of all businesses will require employees to bring their own device by the end of 2017; while on the other (…)

Dror Liwer, February 28, 2017

How to Balance Wireless Network Security With the Thirst for Increased Connectivity

With workers relying more than ever on mobile devices to provide quick access to information, BYOD and BYON have become as ubiquitous and as necessary as office furniture. Yet, even though the “Bring Your Own” approach has revolutionized business, many companies still have a pre-revolutionary view to network cybersecurity. Companies still place great emphasis on (…)

Dror Liwer, February 7, 2017

How Good Wireless Visibility Can Beat the Rogue Access Points

With wireless security, it’s all about visibility. Look around a coffee shop, airport, or even an office building and it’s impossible to miss all the smartphones, tablets and laptop computers. Just about everyone has a wireless device. But the downside to all these devices – and thus the downside to BYOD also – is a (…)

Dror Liwer, January 26, 2017

Cybersecurity Events Not to be Missed, Jan – June 2017

Cybersecurity professionals have enough to worry about without keeping track of the many annual industry trade shows. Well, don’t worry. Stay focused on the threats to your network and allow me to give you a quick rundown on the cybersecurity trade shows that are not to be missed in the first half of this year. (…)

Dror Liwer, January 19, 2017

Thought you were safe with VPN? Think again!

If you’ve been kicking back and basking in your wireless network security zone because you have the most robust VPN in place, this is your wakeup call. It has become increasingly clear that VPNs are not as safe or efficient as everyone thought they once were. It is easier than ever for hackers to hijack (…)

Dror Liwer, January 11, 2017

The Best of Coronet 2016

We wrote them and you loved them. Here’s a recap of the posts you loved, shared, engaged, Tweeted, Liked, repurposed and gave us some feedback on the most in 2016.   1. Cybersecurity Worker Shortage & What We Should Be Doing About It Our most popular post tackled the much discussed issue of supply and (…)

Dror Liwer, December 27, 2016

Confining the Enterprise Wi-Fi Cyber Mess

When companies develop Wi-Fi policies, they factor from the outset that everyone from the top executives down to the newest intern will need internet access in all places and all times, even in-flight. Furthermore, if Wi-Fi is for some reason inaccessible, all smartphones have hotspot options, meaning that Wi-Fi surrounds us like the air we (…)

Dror Liwer, December 11, 2016

Why Not Even Google Pixel Can Offer Real Protection

Pixel, the first smartphone made by Google (excluding HTC’s Nexus One) is creating quite a buzz in the marketplace.  Major questions, however, remain regarding the secure nature of the device.  While the waters have yet to be tested, Adrian Ludwig, Android’s director of security, has come out with an announcement declaring  the Pixel to be (…)

Dror Liwer, November 17, 2016
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