802.11 standard The generic name of a family of protocols and standards used for wireless networking. These standards define the rules for communication. Some, such as 802.11i, are relatively new, whereas others, such as 802.11a, have been established for sometime.
802.11i standard An amendment to the 802.11 standard. 802.11i uses Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) as a replacement for RC4 encryption.
Acceptable use policy (AUP) A policy that defines what employees, contractors, and third parties can and cannot do with the organization’s IT infrastructure and its assets. AUPs are common for access to IT resources, systems, applications, Internet access, email access, and so on.
Access control ...