The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) confirmed players home addresses, cell phone numbers, email address, colleges, dates of birth and agent fees were part of the exposed data.
The NFL has been in the spotlight for many things lately, unfortunately, some of the attention has not been positive. unwanted attention regarding the National Anthem. Between the President, NFL owners and the players expressing their opinions on what anatomical positions a player should be during the playing of the national anthem the conversation has […]
After the Experian Hack athletes on the world stage are even more exposed.
Guest Post By Yomphana Adams The Fancy Bears hacks and dox releases this summer highlight the need for advanced planning briefing in the athletic industry. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, the Football Association and FIFA were impacted by Fancy Bear actions. In July prior to the IAAF World Championship in […]
Rafa Marquez, one of Mexico’s greatest soccer players and the captain of Mexico’s national soccer team, along with 21 other Mexican nationals were sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department for allegedly acting as a front person and holding assets for suspected Mexican drug kingpin, Raul Flores Hernandez. The sanctions were part of a multi […]
Extra medal ceremonies took place during the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in London this past week. Five teams and eleven athletes whose results have been upgraded from past world championships received redistributed medals. The reallocation and updated results stem from doping violations related to the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). […]
While nineteen Russians are participating at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in London as neutral athletes, the IAAF voted overwhelmingly against allowing Russian athletes from participating in the World Championships this week. The Russian Federation was suspended by the IAAF from participating in international world events due to the World Anti-Doping […]
Contributed by: Yomphana Adams Admist jeers not cheers, Justin Gatlin won his preliminary heat in 10.05 seconds yesterday. But it was his performance in the 100 meter final today against Usain Bolt that got the crowd riled up. Gatlin beat Usain Bolt in his last race before retiring at the Council of the International […]
Contributed by: Christopher Kolezynski Usain Bolt became a household name in track and field quite some time ago. In 2008, at the Olympic Games in Beijing, Bolt won the 100m, 200m, and 4x100m races with world record setting times. In 2012, at the Olympic games in London, Bolt won all three gold medals beating his […]
The long-awaited STIX 2.0 and TAXII 2.0 OASIS Committee Specifications are available as of July 7th, 2017. Passage by a vote of 80% the eligible voters of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Technical Committee (CTI TC) of OASIS made this benchmark in Internet history possible. A useful analogy from recent scientific innovation might be the complete […]
On the cusp of the IAAF world championships London games next month, the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) may reinstate the All-Russia Athletics Federation (ARAF) in early August. ARAF membership was severely impacted by the 2015 report from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) that exposed systematic state-sponsored doping in Russia. The issue was so […]
The Internet has become as much a part of our lives as the air we breathe. According to Joe Inzerillo, vice president and CTO for Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM), the demand for connectivity is incredible, and it is primarily coming from college students and young professionals. This has motivated MLB to adapt […]