Security & Usage
Unencrypted wireless connections, such as UNLV-Guest, are insecure. By using UNLV Wireless you are accepting that it is possible for others on this network to intercept the information you send and receive through the network.
UNLV-Secure is a wireless network which encrypts data as it is sent between your mobile device (handhelds or laptops) and wireless access points. It protects information from interception by customers who share wireless service within the same location
It is very important to make certain your computer always has the latest antivirus software and security patches installed.
Ethical and responsible use is expected at UNLV
UNLV Wireless Network is a part of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas information technology environment. You must be authorized to use this resource. As an authorized user, by your use of this resource, you have implicitly agreed to abide by the highest standards of responsibility to your colleagues -- the students, faculty, staff, and external users who share this environment. You are required to comply with all University policies, state, and federal laws concerning appropriate use of information technology. Non-compliance is considered a serious breach of community standards and may result in disciplinary or legal action.