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Trustive’s ‘Enhanced WiFi Security’ Feature Brings Peace of Mind to WiFi Customers.

Posted by Trustive on June 22, 2009

As the availability and usage of WiFi services grows year on year, so does the number and type of security threats associated with customers using WiFi networks for both personal and professional purposes. In order to protect its customers WiFi sessions from this threat, Trustive has developed and is now proud to launch an ‘Enhanced WiFi Security’ feature, which will be included as a standard feature in all Trustive WiFi access packages from now on.

WiFi security threats can take many forms, including the setting up rogue hotspots for the purpose of stealing sensitive, personal data of anyone who uses them carelessly. With the growth in the number and nature of online services, such as e-banking, e-mailing (professional and personal) and online shopping to name but a few, it is essential that WiFi users are educated about the potential risks and strive to protect themselves wherever and whenever possible.

To assist customers, Trustive has developed an Enhanced WiFi Security feature, which is based on Cisco Infrastructure. It is a web encryption system that can encrypt the WiFi part of a customer’s internet surfing access whilst they are connected to Trustive’s WiFi hotspots, thereby offering exactly the same level of protection as if a user was logged in on his home network.

This Enhanced WiFi Security feature is available for all members of the Trustive Community and can be used across Trustive’s entire network of 90,000 WiFi hotspots. With no download quotas or hidden costs, Trustive customers are now able to stay connected whilst on the move, freely and with peace of mind.

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One Response to “Trustive’s ‘Enhanced WiFi Security’ Feature Brings Peace of Mind to WiFi Customers.”

  1. Emma said

    Don’t forget to also check out the article that was published about this new enhanced WiFi security feature on techworld.com yesterday by John Dunn: http://tinyurl.com/mgqgse

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