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Top 10 Security Checklist for SOHO Wireless LANs
by Global Knowledge Network, Inc.

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Published on: May 2005
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) (1438 kb)
Length: 7 pages
Price: FREE

Overview:
Corporations, government agencies, the military, and enterprises- in fact all medium-to-large-scale
wireless LANs- have a different set of security requirements from the wireless LAN used in your home or in small offices. Enterprise wireless security requires advanced mutual authentication
and strong encryption solutions. But what is needed to properly secure a home or small office wireless network? Below is a list of ten simple steps the average SOHO user can take to secure their own wireless networks.

AirSpy Networks' David Coleman, a wireless LAN consultant and CWNP Program Trainer, compiled the following wireless LAN SOHO security checklist to assist you in securing your network.

1. No Default Settings

2. Cell Sizing

3. SSID Naming

4. Cloaking

5. MAC Filters

6. Encryption

7. Static IP

8. Common Security Practices

9. Document Your Settings

10. Turn it off

This paper discusses the above security checklist, in detail, so that you can immediately put them to use.

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