Despite being released nearly a month ago, the Wi-Fi Security Barometer Survey conducted by Wakefield Research and the Wi-Fi Alliance illustrates that survey data can have legs no matter when the story first breaks. If a survey successfully tells a compelling story then reporters are more likely to rely on the information for future stories.

In addition to ongoing coverage here in the New York Times, PCMag, ABC News, PCWorld, and Fox News, the survey has also sparked interest among international media, demonstrating that Wi-Fi security is a hot topic, no matter the country or news cycle.

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