Securing WiFi networks is a critical part of most systems. But this area, like other areas has been rapidly changing. also, business needs are different from the needs of personal users, which is often where WiFi security has been focused in the past., For example, businesses need to accommodate the need to authorize new employees and to remove departing ones, which means that system-wide security needs to be flexible enough to accommodate this. Did you know that WEP and WPA are not sufficient for business level security on WiFi networks? Or that 802.11 should be upgraded to 802.11i? This paper highlights a number of do's and don'ts for effective security.