97 out of the top 100 airports fail cyber-security testing
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I still have long ways until I can execute this idea, so here is a freebie: make a cyber-security agency that focuses solely on handling airports’ informational security. Airports seemingly don’t want to care about that stuff, so get paid for handling their stuff so they can keep not caring.
“In total, it was found that 97% of the airport websites had outdated web software, 24% had known, exploitable, vulnerabilities, and the same number either no secure sockets layer (SSL) encryption or were using obsolete versions. It should come as no surprise, nor comfort, that 76% of the airport websites were not, therefore, EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant. 73% also failed to be compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) security requirements.”
73% failed to comply with PCI policies (lmaooo), that’s bad. Really bad.
The main takeaway from this news article is to PLEASE not use your credit card inside airports.
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