This year’s Super Bowl is at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Organizers are touting free, open and fast-paced wireless service. According to The Atlantic, the stadium will have 13,000 Wi-Fi access points, about one every 10 feet. (Click here for The Atlantic)
An estimated 100,000 devices are expected to be connected to the stadium network, including devices belonging to high ranking corporate officials who may be carrying a lot of sensitive data on their I-Phones and I-Pads. The FBI is warning fans not to be tricked into logging on to the wrong wireless network. Other security experts recommend cash payments when buying that beer or foam finger.