Travel Market Report: Here Are the Airports Where You Are Most Likely to Be Hacked
Today, everyone takes logging onto an airport’s WiFi for granted, so they can idle away the time prior to departure, or post on Instagram to all of their followers anticipating their next great adventure.
But what many travelers likely never think about is whether or not their internet wanderings leave their electronic devices vulnerable to cyberattacks, malware, and other digital hacking risks that could compromise their security.
“The lax cybersecurity posture at most airports has created an environment in which adversaries can utilize insecure public WiFi as the attack vector to introduce a plethora of advanced network vulnerabilities,” according to Coronet, a cyber security company that recently published a Threat Index for airport WiFi systems.
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