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‘People don’t yet realise implications of mixing wireless and wired networks’
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The inherent insecurity of wireless devices is now a matter of national security. John Stenbit, the Pentagon's CIO, said this week that he plans to issue new policy guidelines that will ban most if not all wireless devices within military installations.
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