According to the New York Times, the St. Louis Cardinals are under investigation for allegedly hacking into the computer systems of the Houston Astros, a rival baseball team. Officials believe the hack was conducted by “vengeful front-office employees for the Cardinals” who comprised information including trade discussions, statistics and scouting reports.
What unique security challenges do professional sport teams face?
Listen to our latest Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Craig Young and Lane Thames discuss the security lessons professional sports teams can learn from small businesses, why cyberattacks don’t have to be sophisticated to be successful, and the key reasons that the line between virtual and physical security is blurring.
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