Dr. Glen Sagers, assistant professor in the School of Information Technology, has conducted extensive research in the area of residential wireless network security. His research shows that only 56% of residential wireless networks employ some type of security to prevent unauthorized and/or malicious access. However, many of those residential wireless networks that do employ security are employing obsolete measures that are not effective against current attacks.

Who are these attackers? Why do you care if they access your wireless network? How do you prevent them from accessing your wireless network? You can find the answers to all these questions by reading Dr. Sagers’ Home Wifi Security Tutorial