A new WiFi security bug present on chips made by Broadcom and Cypress has likely rendered some one billion devices vulnerable to a theoretical attack that can decrypt information in transit.
WeWork, a co-working company which operates in world's biggest cities, was reported running a WiFi security breach since 2015. Companies’ information was exposed to anyone who has local network password in the office.
Majority of business travelers have grave reservations about public WiFi security and the safety of their data. Of the 2,000 global business travelers surveyed by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, 65% were less than confident about using public WiFi networks.
Latest WPA2 Wi-Fi security flaw has widespread impact due to number of networked devices that must be updated, prolonging the risk of vulnerable devices.