ABC: Cloud Security Leader Coronet Identifies San Diego, Orange County (CA) & Houston-Hobby as America’s Most Cyber Insecure Airports

Posted: July 19, 2018 / Author: Keren

New report alerts business travelers on how airport Wi-Fi can put essential cloud-based work apps at risk, and educates flyers on the dangers of connecting to unencrypted, unsecured or improperly configured networks

NEW YORK (PRWEB) July 18, 2018

Coronet, an award-winning cloud security company, today announced the release of Attention All Passengers: Airport Networks Are Putting Your Devices & Cloud Apps at Severe Risk, a first-of-its-kind data report identifying San Diego International Airport, John Wayne Airport-Orange County (CA) International Airport and Houston’s William P. Hobby International Airport as America’s most cyber insecure airports.

The purpose of the report is to inform business travelers of how insecure airport Wi-Fi can inadvertently put the integrity and confidentiality of their essential cloud-based work apps (G-Suite, Dropbox, Office 365, etc.) at risk, and to educate all other flyers on the dangers of connecting to unencrypted, unsecured or improperly configured networks. Currently, Chicago-Midway, Raleigh-Durham and Nashville International lead the pack as the least vulnerable. The complete report, which ranks the 45 busiest airports in the U.S., is available here.

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