It’s that time of year again…who are you taking in the first round?...will stay healthy?...who will step up?...do I keep the same strategy as last year?...in addition to these burning issues-a growing trend has been for fantasy football leagues to conduct the draft in bars/restaurants and other venues which offer free Wi-Fi…while the food and beer are always a good addition to Fantasy Football Drafts, free Wi-Fi presents serious privacy issues and let’s be honest-who is worried about their data while trying to make sure to draft a decent wide-out this year??....XposURe LLC first rule of free Wi-Fi is DON”T USE IT…but if you do:
Do not access your bank account
Do not access your email
Do not shop online,
Do not use social media
“Avoid visiting websites that save and store your personal passwords or credit card numbers.”
Turn off AirDrop and File Sharing
Use a VPN (as some offer encryption)
You can consider using mobile data as it is typically encrypted
Don’t stay permanently signed into accounts
Install browser add-ons or plug-ins that can help, such as Force-TLS and HTTPS-Everywhere are free Firefox add-ons that force the browser to use encryption on popular websites that usually aren’t encrypted. Look for https in the URL to know a site is encrypted.
Are you the league commissioner?....contact XposURe LLC (https://www.xposure-epm.org) and get the training you need to keep your DOAs (digital online attributes) and the DOAs of your fellow fantasy football patrons safe from hackers.