Why is a Rogue Access Point On My Company’s Wi-Fi Network?

In this day and age, network security should be of the utmost importance. This is why rogue access points should be identified and dealt with accordingly. A rogue access point is a wireless access point that has been added and installed on a secure network without the network administrator’s explicit consent. A well-meaning employee very well could have added an access point to your network thinking that they were being helpful; however, there are many bad actors out there who may wish to cause your company harm with use of a rogue access point so it is important to try to find its source.


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