Wi-Fi Penetration Testing
Wireless networks, as well as wired networks, also need to be tested. Wireless networks are particularly risky because they can be attacked remotely without the need for potential attackers to be inside the company walls: a parking lot, a road not far away, kilometers away by using special antennas.
Wireless networks for employees and especially “guest” wireless networks represent a risk to security and privacy. Typically, guest networks are used to allow non-employees, including clients and temporary guests, to access the internet or a subset of corporate resources. If the “guest” wireless networks are not adequately protected, through appropriate segmentation and the wise use of IDS / IPS, this not only opens the customer’s organization to possible data loss, but also opens the door to the attacker to possible internal resources and confidential data.