security

CTS 175: Wi-Fi Security Updates with Hendrik Lüth

In this episode, we are interviewing Hendrik Lüth on the state of Wi-Fi security today. Hendrik works as a System Engineer for CANCOM in Germany. You can follow him on Twitter @DO9XE and on Linkedin. You can also visit and read his blog at https://linux-nerds.de/. Agenda Start conversation with the “2018” status of WiFi security WPA2…

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Nyansa Releases Voyance IOT Security

Recently, I was invited into the Nyansa office to take a look at something new being released. With the growth of IoT devices on networks, Nyansa saw an opportunity to provide a comprehensive set of security and device analytics of IoT devices. Innovations with IoT devices have resulted in shadow IT deployments in enterprises, hospitals,…

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CTS 155: Security beyond the fi

Security is much more than protecting the wireless frames over the air. We must also protect the infrastructure side, have proper segmentation, and ensure the right role based access. In this episode we speak with Chris Hinsz about security beyond Wi-Fi. Securing wireless is much more than encryption. We have WPA2, upcoming WPA3 and OWE….

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Security Improvements in Wi-Fi: An Ekahau Webinar

Recently, I had the pleasure of joining Joel and Jerry on an Ekahau webinar. The topic I presented was on Security Improvements in Wi-Fi. In this webinar, I touch upon three different security improvements: Device Provisioning Protocol Opportunistic Wireless Encryption WPA3 While I go over a general overview of the topics, OWE gets a little…

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CTS 139: Aruba Networks Demos OWE at MFD3

Understanding OWE operation from the Aruba Networks demo presented at MFD3. Aruba Networks Demos OWE Opportunistic Wireless Encryption (OWE) is a security improvement coming to open SSIDs. It’s aimed at securing the insecure. We see it everywhere. A Wi-Fi network completely open for clients to join. It’s unencrypted traffic between clients and the AP. OWE…

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