It became known that for the first time in a decade and a half, Wi-Fi will undergo significant changes, becoming more secure and protected from harmful interference. Currently, the WPA2 standard is in effect, but from next year it will give way to a more secure WPA3, which will allow for the creation of a more secure network due to more complex encryption of the transmitted data. The new standard also offers 192-bit encryption for corporate networks and better protection against password-matching algorithms.
Note that the transition to a new standard will not be carried out at lightning speed, it will take several years for all producers to be able to completely adjust to it. As a result, the transition to WPA3 will become mandatory for each manufacturer, which will form a more secure connection for all wireless gadgets.