In the light of the emergence of the threats to the Windows 10 platform, as well as the major data breach of sensitive information orchestrated by hackers attacking the wireless networks of Italian company Hacking Team, it is natural for large companies to be increasingly concerned with how to protect their wireless networks from external attack and intrusion. Because many companies are spending extremely large amounts of money in an effort to cover their wireless networks from outside intrusion or attack, it is necessary to spend money and make strong efforts to develop a wireless network solutions that can be installed in a central computer center and extend protection across the entire company, or systems of sensors spread across the area of a company’s installations in order to achieve the same protective effect.
But the fact is, even if wireless security solutions like WIPS are installed at great expense, it’s not easy to detect or prevent outside attacks or threats. This is because hackers and those who seek to expose information can use relatively simple methods, like trying to make a hotspot, to check the WIPS security and then use diversion methods to get around it. It is also difficult for large businesses to establish complete security due to the sheer number of wireless devices used on their facilities and the fact that strictly classifying all of their MAC addresses would be impossible or extremely impractical.
Because of these facts, now many of those charged with network security are instead looking at ways to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities, a more efficient and effective wireless security solution. This involves regular check-ups of the entire company’s wireless infrastructure in order to identify weak points and problems areas. This method is a far more efficient and accurate method of detecting problems or potential problems, and can be used along with sensors installed in areas where problems or vulnerabilities frequently arise. New developments will allow companies to inspect their wireless vulnerabilities regularly via drones as well