Secure Wi-Fi Resources And Enable Your Remote Workforce With eMazzanti’s Cyber Security Workshop Replay

Secure Wi-Fi Resources and Enable Your Remote Workforce with eMazzanti's Cyber Security Workshop Replay

eMazzanti Technologies, a specialist in cybersecurity, is replaying on demand a workshop promoting secure Wi-Fi for the remote workforce. The informative session addresses the landscape of 2021 Wi-Fi cyber-threats featuring Wi-Fi security experts from WatchGuard and eMazzanti Technologies.

2021 Wi-Fi Cyber-Threats Workshop On-Demand

The virtual event, “Enable Your Remote Workforce – Secure Your Wi-Fi Resources to Prevent Cyber Risk,” is available any time for replay on demand.

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Here, Jim Steinbacher, WatchGuard Technical Evangelist for Wireless, delivers an interactive workshop focused on the biggest threat surface in 2021, Wi-Fi. Remote work has intensified the exposure and leaders should participate to ensure their businesses and employees are safe.

The workshop discusses how hackers frequently employ man-in-the-middle attacks, Wi-Fi Pineapples, and other threats to intercept home and mobile Wi-Fi data.

About Jim Steinbacher
Mr. Steinbacher’s experience with Wi-Fi began when he deployed his first wireless network in 2001. Since then, he has rolled out networks with each progressive IEEE standard, from distributed deployments across hundreds of sites, to ultra-high-density designs in NFL stadiums.

Through it all, security always seemed like an after-thought to network owners. Not anymore. Jim’s mission is to educate those responsible for Wi-Fi networks to the risks they face from the ever-increasing barrage of Wi-Fi threat vectors.

Partner with Secure Wi-Fi Experts
eMazzanti Technologies helps business leaders navigate the 2021 Wi-Fi cyber-threats landscape to protect their remote workforce and business assets. The company offers cybersecurity solutions that feature comprehensive end-point security.

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