- The investment for WIRELESS SECURITY TIPS & TRICKS
is a once only low cost fee that allows you to make sure that you can, at the
very least, secure your systems in a manner that helps you minimise the impact
of the following risks;
- loss of data
- identity theft
- loss/copying of financial records
- loss/copying of sensitive design, drawings and documentation
- harvesting bank account details
- extraction of customer records
- loss of sensitive product/pricing/market information
- accessing medical records
- loss of intellectual property
and so on.
In some jurisdictions there are heavy penalties for failure to adequately
protect information such as the above and can involve mandatory reporting of
information to authorities in the case of theft/disclosure.
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Wireless Security Tips and Tricks today!
Wireless Security and
Credit Card Theft!
You you need to make sure your PCI/DSS business is secure when using wireless!
Watch the Department of Justice press release on video at
then make sure you
check your wireless systems security levels before you log off this page to
make sure they are the right level, suitable for your business use.
Your sensitive data may already have
been “harvested” in a similar fashion!
what can you do to make sure your wireless systems are secure?
"So, what can you do to make sure your wireless systems
are secure?": You don't want to have to sign up for new
balance transfer credit cards and start fresh with your credit after an
identity theft situation, so it's crucial to make sure that your wireless
network is secure. But how? Email us to see
HOW you can check your wireless settings for FREE?
You FIX the settings to make them more secure? PCProfile
has developed a low cost tutorial package
Wireless Security Tips and Tricks that walks you through all the
steps you need to consider in checking and securing your systems. For more
details check out the screen shots below.
Unsecured networks are easy
Are you one of the 40
credit card details are caught up in the DOJ press release?
Attorney Michael J. Sullivan said “the
alleged thieves weren't computer geniuses, just opportunists who used a
technique called "wardriving," which involved cruising through different
areas with a laptop and looking for
accessible wireless Internet signals. Once they located a vulnerable
network, they installed so-called "sniffer programs" that captured credit and
debit card numbers as they moved through a retailer's processing networks.”
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