Wireless Security Architecture: Designing and Maintaining Secure Wireless for Enterprise
- 10h 4m
- Jennifer Minella
- John Wiley & Sons (US)
Reduce organizational cybersecurity risk and build comprehensive WiFi, private cellular, and IOT security solutions
Wireless Security Architecture: Designing and Maintaining Secure Wireless for Enterprise offers readers an essential guide to planning, designing, and preserving secure wireless infrastructures. It is a blueprint to a resilient and compliant architecture that responds to regulatory requirements, reduces organizational risk, and conforms to industry best practices. This book emphasizes WiFi security, as well as guidance on private cellular and Internet of Things security.
Readers will discover how to move beyond isolated technical certifications and vendor training and put together a coherent network that responds to contemporary security risks. It offers up-to-date coverage—including data published for the first time—of new WPA3 security, Wi-Fi 6E, zero-trust frameworks, and other emerging trends. It also includes:
- Concrete strategies suitable for organizations of all sizes, from large government agencies to small public and private companies
- Effective technical resources and real-world sample architectures
- Explorations of the relationships between security, wireless, and network elements
- Practical planning templates, guides, and real-world case studies demonstrating application of the included concepts
Perfect for network, wireless, and enterprise security architects, Wireless Security Architecture belongs in the libraries of technical leaders in firms of all sizes and in any industry seeking to build a secure wireless network.
About the Author
Jennifer (JJ) Minella is an internationally recognized authority on network and wireless security, an author and public speaker. A network architect turned advisory CISO and infosec leader, in the past ~15 years she's worked with organizations up to Fortune 50 on strategies ranging from network security to leadership. Jennifer is the founder and principal advisor of Viszen Security, offering technical strategy and coaching solutions to CXOs and practitioner. She is Program committee member for RSAC USA, Executive Women’s Forum (EWF), former (ISC)2 chairperson and board member, a published writer in Dark Reading, Information Security Magazine, Network Computing, and author of the award-winning Security Uncorked blog.
In this Book
Introduction to Concepts and Relationships
Understanding Technical Elements
Understanding Authentication and Authorization
Understanding Domain and Wi-Fi Design Impacts
Planning and Design for Secure Wireless
Hardening the Wireless Infrastructure
Monitoring and Maintenance of Wireless Networks
Emergent Trends and Non-Wi-Fi Wireless