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Playbook for online security
K2 Intelligence directors Robert Panella and Patrick Doherty offered tips to players and other professionals who want to keep their playbooks secure:
- Public WiFi should always be deemed insecure. Whether upi are using a tablet, a laptop, or an iPhone, when traveling you have fewer protections and could be vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle attack. Someone could set up in a hotel, create an account that masquerades as the hotel WiFi, and intercept all of your communications.
- Use a VPN (a virtual private network), or WhatsApp or Signal to encrypt your communications. WhatsApp and Signal are both free in the app store and encrypt data end-to-end, making for more secure texts and calls.
- Do not commingle personal and professional data on the same device. Avoid accessing social media accounts on equipment used for business. Do not forward professional data to a personal
- Use dual-factor authentication when signing on. Even in the event that someone learns your password, a second piece of information can help prevent a hacker from logging on through an unauthorized device.
- Don’t keep sensitive information in the cloud.
Ballard Spahr’s Ed McAndrew adds these tips:
- Immediately report any suspicious activity or the loss of a device immediately. If you’re an Eagles player, alert your position coach. If a playbook is on a device that’s gone missing, the team could wipe the device before it gets too late.
- Don’t share passwords and don’t reuse them. It’s simple data hygiene.
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THE largest security operation in US history is underway in Minneapolis today for the long-awaited Super Bowl – an event classed as the “highest threat to public safety” by the US Government.
The Eagles are Super Bowl champions. Go crazy, Philadelphia.
One of the most unforgettable Super Bowls in history saw a Patriots fourth-quarter comeback, but it was the Eagles who scored the decisive touchdowns, tacked on a field goal, and came up with a huge strip sack of Tom Brady to put the game out of reach.
A late Hail Mary attempt by Brady came up just short, and the Eagles and their fans started celebrating the team’s 41-33 win behind a masterful performance by Nick Foles and a huge fourth quarter by the Philadelphia defense.