Wireless Security

Wireless Network Security

 

What you need to know about wireless security?

The wireless network uses radio frequency signals to connect and anyone can eavesdrop on your network usage. This means that someone can potentially see your user name and password and whatever else you may be working on.

The SU wireless network uses encryption when you log into the network giving you a secure transmission and will continue to be secure on the wireless network. If you open another page using any web browser it is important that you check to make sure that the site does offer encryption. You can tell if a site is encrypted by checking to see if there is a padlock present in the bottom right corner of the browser.

Below are links to help you protect yourself while on the internet:

Protecting Yourself on the Internet

How to protect yourself while on the Internet - Computerhope.com

Protecting Yourself While Using The Internet - U.S. Attorneys » Northern District of Georgia

Protecting Yourself on Social Media

10 Tips to Protect Yourself on Social Networks - McAfee

Protecting yourself on social networks - PC World

Protect Your Social Media Accounts - Investor.gov

Software Downloads:

Click Here for Security Download Center

To also ensure the safety of your computer you should visit Microsoft Security Page and the TNS Network Security Services page. You should create bookmarks to these links to visit the site frequently to find out the latest information security and anti-virus protection.

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