This paper verify the hypothesis "developed counties have a higher wireless security level than undeveloped counties", this is performed by doing a quantitative study to a group of 50 samples gathered from a war drive database. In further sections of the paper will be explained the importance of wireless security and how companies like RSA have performed studies to determinate the wireless security level of several major cities around the world.
By following the binomial test and median comparison, the reader will understand why in this paper the hypothesis was rejected. All the results indicate that no relation existed between the two variables, but the human behavior can be affected by many factors not only economical. Plenty of variables exist to study human behavior, for further studies others variables like education level can be considered to performed a study.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Wireless communication systems--Security measures
Computing Security (MS)
Martinez, Guillermo M., "Wireless security proportional to county development" (2010). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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