In a world where hackers can get a hold of your personal information and even your identity, how can you trust anyone to protect you online?
That’s what you’ll have to answer for as we explore the vulnerabilities of social media in the NFL and the role it plays in criminal activity.
Read moreRead moreThe NFL’s Commissioner has announced an initiative to work with cybersecurity experts to identify cyber criminals and the risks they pose to players.
In a statement, the league said:”We are committed to enhancing the NFL’s cybersecurity and we are working with experts in this area.
What’s behind the rise of cyber criminals?”
These efforts will focus on identifying cyber criminals who may be targeting players, coaches, and staff members, as well as the systems and networks that may be compromised and to prevent these individuals from accessing their data.”
What’s behind the rise of cyber criminals?
The rise of hackers has been a concern for many in the world of football since the advent of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter in 2011.
It has become apparent that players have been sharing personal information on social media, which has made it easier for them to be identified and tracked down.
In the past year, more than 100 players have died in the line of duty.
Last year, a number of players who were involved in violent crimes were identified and arrested.
The rise in violent crime is not new to the NFL.
In 2015, the NFL had to change its policy to make sure that players were not subject to the same scrutiny as any other member of the public.
As part of that, the players’ union was required to change the way it assessed the risk of being identified as a cyber criminal.
However, the rise in cyber criminals is not limited to football, with the recent revelations that players on the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers were using the social media site to communicate with each other.
The NBA has already launched an investigation into the issue and has taken measures to help players protect their personal information.
The league also announced it will create a task force that will address the cyber security challenges faced by the league.
However it remains to be seen how this initiative will be carried out, especially given the fact that the league does not control players’ personal information like they do with their personal bank accounts.