LUL - G2404

Wireless networks and communications security

active, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 December 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 10
scope:

This guidance document applies to:

  • Information system and network support organisations, such as TfL's Technology & Data (T&D) department
  • TfL business areas and supply chain organisations that own/operate, or are considering the deployment of, wireless networking on TfL premises
  • Teams responsible for information security within TfL (including but not limited to Cyber Security).

This guidance document applies to all wireless networks:

  • Owned, operated or supported by (or on behalf of) TfL or which otherwise originate within the bounds of TfL's premises
  • Of any wireless networking technology (e.g. IEEE 802.11, Bluetooth)
  • That utilise any radio frequency band
  • Of any output power
  • That might be characterised as a wireless Metropolitan Area Network (MAN), Local Area Network (LAN) or Personal Area Network (PAN).

This document also applies to 'wireless networks' in all of the following senses:

  • Physical (e.g. wireless access points and other networking equipment).
  • Logical (e.g. network identifiers, access controls and cryptography).
  • Electromagnetic (e.g. the radio waves that relay wireless network traffic).

Document History

G2404
December 1, 2018
Wireless networks and communications security
This guidance document applies to: Information system and network support organisations, such as TfL’s Technology & Data (T&D) department TfL business areas and supply chain organisations that...

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