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The Insecurity of Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is often not very secure. Most IT professionals know this, but many smaller organisations can't afford to employ dedicated IT professionals and consequently leave themselves exposed to hacking and data theft. Recently SBA's Steve Burrows took a walk in a busy commercial centre with Jason Roberts, a reporter from Manx Radio. 

 Jason also interviewed Iain McDonald, the Isle of Man's Data Protection Supervisor, who lamented but was unsurprised by some of the lax security discovered, and reminded listeners of their responsibility under the 7th Data Protection principle to ensure that personal data is kept secure. You may listen to the Manx Radio interview here. (The interview is an MP3 file which will open the audio player on your computer.)


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