Super Bowl 50

BROADCAST TV

Situation

The IT team at Levi Stadium wanted to ensure that no internal or external cyber attacks impacted the stadium infrastructure during the Super Bowl.

Solution

We installed our AI-based security solution to monitor all internal, external, ingress and egress network traffic. We monitored the entire network infrastructure at 20-Gbs fully inspected throughput.

Results

Utilizing AI-based machine learning, with deep packet inspection we found:

• 25 Million attack events during the Super Bowl

• 600,000 attacks were never before seen attack types

We found 2 internal critical servers that were compromised months prior to the Super Bowl and these compromises were undetected in testing done prior to the Super Bowl by:

• Levi’s Stadium IT staff

• Independent cyber security consultants

• NFL cyber security team

• Department of Homeland Security cyber security team

Due to our AI-based CC/B1 detection capabilities, compromised servers were taken offline during the Super Bowl. CloudCover B1 protected the Super Bowl 50 from potential compromise, and thus loss of TV broadcast.

 

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