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Tips to Secure Wi-Fi on Mobile Devices

By Eric Geier | Posted May 24, 2011
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Unless you take proper (and immediate) steps to secure your mobile devices, your small business is wide open to a host of threats that can waltz right into your company via the Wi-Fi connection on your smartphone of Android tablet. If you've ever dealt with the aftermath of a security breach, you know what an expensive ordeal it can be…and if you haven’t, you definitely do not want to go there.

Fortunately, you can fight mobile Wi-Fi security threats, and this list of tips from our sister site eSecurityPlanet.com, will get you started.


If your smart phone, Android tablet, or iPad has become a part of your daily business or computing life, you should take its security just as serious as you do with your desktop or laptop computers since mobile devices are so much easier to misplace or become stolen.

Read the complete article: Using Wi-Fi Security on Mobile Phones and Devices

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