This Sept. 30, 2011, file photo shows a reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo in the eyeglasses of a cybersecurity analyst. A new study by Tel Aviv-based cloud security company, Coronet, ranked airports across the United States to analyze their cybersecurity risk for travelers who use Wi-Fi and apps.
This Sept. 30, 2011, file photo shows a reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo in the eyeglasses of a cybersecurity analyst. A new study by Tel Aviv-based cloud security company, Coronet, ranked airports across the United States to analyze their cybersecurity risk for travelers who use Wi-Fi and apps. Mark J. Terrill AP
This Sept. 30, 2011, file photo shows a reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo in the eyeglasses of a cybersecurity analyst. A new study by Tel Aviv-based cloud security company, Coronet, ranked airports across the United States to analyze their cybersecurity risk for travelers who use Wi-Fi and apps. Mark J. Terrill AP

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