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On October 16, 2017 the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced the news of the KRACK (‘key reinstallation attack’) flaw in the protocol which was designed to secure all modern protected Wi-Fi networks.  

Unfortunately, that means that the technology used to secure and protect communications between routers, mobile devices and IoT devices may not provide the protection expected, and permits hackers within range of the Wi-Fi network to hijack connections, decrypt traffic and view communications on all Wi-Fi enabled devices.

The good news for our managed security service clients, is that we automatically mitigated any potential for breaches in your data infrastructure and updated all your existing software with the needed patch immediately, making the transition transparent to you.

If you are not a SkyPort IT managed security services customer, we can still help!  Please contact us immediately and we will schedule review your security risks and create a SkyPort Fortification Plan. 

For your Free Risk Assessment and Fortification Plan, click here.

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