Your BT Broadband and BT Infinity service comes with our best-ever security packages to help protect you and your computer. We're always working to keep your protection up to date as new threats emerge.

Automatic wireless security

To help stop unauthorised users accessing your wireless network, your BT Business Hub 5 uses WPA (Wi-Fi protected Access) wireless security, which replaces the older WEP (Wired Equivalent Protocol) security.

Some older wireless equipment can't use the more secure WPA (they don't 'support' the technology). we suggest you check with the manufacturer of your computer and devices to check if they support WPA, and if it doesn't, find out if you can get a software update. if no updates are available, you may want to consider getting a more modern device which supports WPA so your network is more secure. otherwise, you may have to follow our instructions to switch your wireless security to WEP.

If you decide to switch your network over to WEP, there are some things you can do to improve your online security.


Other ways to improve your online security


Keep your Business Hub turned on

Please make sure you keep your Hub switched on at all times, including overnight, so that we can send the latest security updates to it as they become available. The BT Business Hub 5 has a Power Save feature that reduces energy consumption when it's not being used. What is BT Power Save?.

 
 

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