Rogue Wi-Fi Access Points
An adversary could set up unauthorized Wi-Fi access points or compromise existing access points and, if the device connects to them, carry out network-based attacks such as eavesdropping on or modifying network communication.
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Application-layer encryption (e.g. use of the Transport Layer Security protocol) or a Virtual Private Network (VPN) tunnel (e.g. using the IPsec protocol) may help mitigate use of untrusted Wi-Fi networks.
Enterprise policies could be provisioned to devices to control the Wi-Fi access points that they are allowed to connect to.