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Airport Public WiFi Provides Access for Hackers

08/01/2018 11:46 AM | Anonymous

Public Wi-Fi seems like the perfect way to keep in touch and get business done while on travel.  A Cloud security company looked at the 45 busiest U.S. airports and compiled a list of America’s most cyber insecure airports. San Diego is the worst, the most insecure. At the San Diego airport, findings showed that travelers using the public WiFi have a 30 percent chance to connect to a medium-risk network and 11 percent chance to connect to a high risk network. 

See full list of ten most cyber insecure airports at Fortune


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