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Preparing Cybersecurity for the Super Bowl
The 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs aren’t the only ones with a big game to play on February 11th; this year, cybercriminals and cyber defenders will be facing off behind the scenes in a Super Bowl-sized bout of their own.
While the game will be in Vegas, attacks could be pouring in from all over the world; jamming the airwaves, taking advantage of ticket hopefuls, and grabbing every opportunity to use the event’s name and fame to cheat fans out of sensitive information.
Let’s analyze some game film and see what hackers could be cooking up for Super Bowl LVIII. As legendary college football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant said, “It's not the will to win that matters. It's the will to prepare to win that matters.”