The Daily Caller: Las Vegas Named America’s Most ‘Cyber Insecure’ City In New Report
Las Vegas is the nation’s most “cyber insecure” metro, according to a report released Tuesday by Coronet, an award-winning Tel Aviv-based cloud security company.
Based on data collected by its proprietary cloud security application from December 2017 to May 2018, Coronet found that Las Vegas exceeds the national average in every cybersecurity vulnerability category.
The report found that 43 percent of Wi-Fi networks in Las Vegas are unencrypted, unsecured or improperly configured, putting the city’s 6.5 million annual convention attendees and 35.5 million tourists at risk of falling victim to cyber attacks.
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