This week we report from the telecommunications Business Directory and cover wi-fi security and how to optimize it. In order to safeguard your network from unauthorized access and potential data breaches, Wi-Fi security is essential. Change your router’s default administrator username and password first to improve Wi-Fi security. Enable secure encryption standards such as WPA2 or WPA3, and upgrade your router’s firmware frequently to fix any security flaws. WPS should be disabled because it can be readily abused. Instead of using personal information in your Wi-Fi network name (SSID), change it to something distinctive. For your Wi-Fi network, use a strong, complex password. Additionally, think about implementing network segmentation, employing a firewall, and routinely checking your network for any unusual behaviour.