Chapter 1. Wireless Technology Overview Chapter 2. Wireless Adoption Chapter 3. Blurred Edges: Fixed and Mobile Wireless Access Points Chapter 4. Hacks Against Individuals Chapter 5. WAPs in Commercial and Industrial Contexts Chapter 6. WAPs in Medical Environments Chapter 7. Hacking Wireless Access Points: Governmental Context Chapter 8. Noncivilian Government Context Chapter 9. Summary and Call to Action
Jennifer Kurtz is a technology project manager, business development consultant, educator, and writer, currently focused on information security, privacy, organizational resilience, and marketing strategy. She has held appointments at Purdue University and Ball State University and currently teaches and develops graduate courses in information assurance at Regis University. Her work in telecommunications includes leading statewide broadband infrastructure and eGovernment initiatives as Indiana's director of eCommerce, building and managing the telecommunications infrastructure for Delco Remy International, and co-authoring a 10-year strategic plan for the US Department of the Treasury. She wrote the chapter on data leakage prevention for the American Bar Association's 2011 best-selling book, The Data Breach and Encryption Handbook, in addition to other publications and information assurance blogs. Her degrees are from The American University and Anderson University.