CNET: Your local public Wi-Fi network may be a whole lot safer soon

CNET: Your local public Wi-Fi network may be a whole lot safer soon. “One of the biggest potential security vulnerabilities — public Wi-Fi — may soon get its fix. The Wi-Fi Alliance, the organization that sets standards for Wi-Fi safety and is made up of members such as Apple, Samsung and Intel, on Monday at CES unveiled a new security protocol called WPA3. It’s the successor to the WPA2 technology that you often see when signing on to a new Wi-Fi network, and protects nearly every modern phone, computer and router on a network.”