Computer Network Security - Vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi Enabled Devices [VIDEO]

Posted by Amy Besoushko
April 26, 2011

In our last blog we posted a video excerpt from Chris Robert’s keynote speech at INTERFACE last month in Portland, in which he discussed  the vulnerabilities of Bluetooth enabled devices and the implication on computer network security.  In today’s video excerpt, Chris discusses similar vulnerabilities with Wi-Fi enabled devices.

According to Chris, many people overlook Wi-Fi as a security threat. However, given its prevalence in vehicles, transportation systems, and other places of interest to hackers, this may not be a good idea.


Chris Roberts is the founder of our computer network security partner One World Labs and frequent speaker on security. You can see his keynote speech in its entirety at our YouTube Channel, or you can view additional excerpts here on our blog, including the two part series on Computer Network Security.

About Amy Besoushko Amy Besoushko has over 15 years of experience in IT marketing and a specialized skill set in graphic design and communication. As the Marketing Director at ASG, she manages all marketing activities by leveraging her in-depth understanding of technology trends, project/campaign design and execution, online marketing, and budget planning.

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