The outcome of this year's Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 11 at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas will likely remain unknown until the last down of the game. But one thing that is already abundantly clear is that attackers will have no shortage of targets to blitz at the event.
The NFL's continuing digitization of almost all aspects of the event, from ticketing to gate access systems and virtually every other point of contact with fans, has opened new vulnerabilities and targets that its security team has had to secure. Concerns include threats to arena security, ransomware attacks on critical systems, phishing and credential theft, and threats to personal data and other sensitive information belonging to fans, NFL employees, players, and coaches.
This year is already off to a flying start and we’re delighted that so many outstanding Wi-Fi companies big and small have chosen to work with us in 2024. Here – in no particular order – are seven new additions to our Wi-Fi NOW partnership list, which we believe is the world’s premier community of Wi-Fi industry leaders. We will of course be working closely with all our partners new and old through the year to showcase their outstanding contribut...
A common refrain in cybersecurity circles is that humans are your weakest link. There’s truth in this, but making this the focal point of your cybersecurity training and culture can sometimes have unintended consequences.