A case study of wireless integration into an Enterprise Network
Levin, Timothy E.z.
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This report provides a high level recommendation for a wireless roll-out plan with wireless security policy applicable to the Federal Aviation Administration. We describe general information about wireless technology including the different wireless standards and security measures required to protect an entire network from its wireless components. We describe the history of the wireless roll-out process at Naval Postgraduate School with lessons learned. We describe a process to develop a wireless security policy for a major enterprise. We provide suggestions on development of a pertinent plan for wireless implementation. We offer an exemplar design process for implementation of a wireless network.
NPS Report NumberNPS-CS-05-004
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