Most businesses these days are using wireless networks. But for most small to medium business they are not secure. Here’s a few tips to secure your network:
- Get rid of WEP; use WPA2 encryption only. It is the most secure and least likely to be hacked. Along with that, you should have a strong password for WPA2.
- Avoid an SSID with ‘TBJNetwork’, or in your case, your own name. It identifies who you are and can make you a target.
- Disable WPS. WPS is an easy way to add new devices, but it is very insecure and an easy way for you to get hacked.
- Finally, if you want to allow guests to connect, setup a guest network. This will allow for a secure way for guests to connect to your wireless network.