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Wireless local area networks (LAN) bring new levels of flexibility and freedom to individuals and organisations for whom working on the move is a way of life. But the benefits of wire-free connectivity come at a potentially high cost: a big hole in data protection if wireless LAN security is not managed correctly. How can companies and employees protect themselves from the potential security risks posed by wireless LAN technology and continue to meet their legal obligations, such as those of the Data Protection Act?

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