At any point in time, I can reach out and touch everyone's laptop at the hot spot, and there's usually not any way of preventing that -- from me touching and looking at other people's stuff at the hot spot itself.
There is a tremendous amount of critical and confidential information flying through the airwaves in the Georgia State Capitol. Our challenge is to keep this information secure while enabling wireless access.
It's great to be able to sit somewhere and work without having any wires attached, no nothing attached, but you have that risk that it comes back to.
Understand that the information you're sending is very similar to standing up here in the park and shouting out all the information -- would I normally do that?