Chris Clements, VP of Solutions Architecture at Cerberus Sentinel shares his insights into the cybersecurity risks facing the NFL’s 1st ever virtual draft event ahead of 2020 Draft Day.
NFL Tackles Cybersecurity Concerns Ahead of 2020 Draft Day
By Tara Seals
April 21, 2020
“One team’s ability to get intel on a rival team’s strategy and personnel plans could present an advantage on the field, but it could also be an attractive target for cybercriminals to leverage for online gambling,” he pointed out, via email. “NFL teams also have strict deadlines to submit their draft choices. If they miss their window, they lose their opportunity to select that pick. An attacker with the ability to sabotage or disrupt a team’s communications could cost them access to keys players if it causes the team to miss their selection deadline.” – Chris ClementsClick Here To Read The Full Story…
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