Wi-Fi shares the same space as the air you breathe. You use it at home and at work, at the local cafe and even on long-haul flights. Wi-Fi is everywhere and as of today, Wi-Fi received its first security update since 2007.
In 2015, a security research team at Google’s AI lab identified that nearly 10% (9,523) of all Google Chrome extensions were malicious. Criminals were abusing the Google Chrome Web Store as a way to distribute harmful extensions (malware) and profit from our web traffic and usage data.
Imagine your business as a fortress on a hill. Inside it’s walls, the vaults are straining under the weight of your precious treasure (files and intellectual property). Like any fortress, yours has doors; but doors (as convenient as they are) are vulnerabilities that can be exploited by those who want your treasure to themselves.