With WPA2 Personal, use a password that is at least 20 characters long with a mix of character types. If your password is 15 characters or less and resembles a dictionary word, assume it is crackable. Also, with WPA2 Personal, there is also no per-user auditing and changing the password is difficult to manage. Organizations that keep security as a high priority must consider upgrading to WPA2 Enterprise. This version leverages Active Directory accounts for authentication by using a RADIUS server. Using this method avoids the insecurities of WPA2 Personal network. WPA2 Enterprise networks are far less susceptible to being cracked. It also includes detailed audit functionality. Users' domain-joined laptops will automatically connect without needing to enter a password.
Author: Todd Bey