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How to Identify the Hidden Threat

Philadelphia 76ers forward Matisse Thybulle, left, and forward Tobias Harris high five during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Portland Trail Blazers in Portland, Ore., Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Craig Mitchelldyer)

You might not think that there is a relationship between cybersecurity and basketball, but think again. Either way, it is finding what many people overlook before it creeps past your defenses.  

Recently, the Colonial Gas Pipeline had a ransomware attack that led to gas shortages across 45% of the American east coast and ended up costing a $4.4 million ransom to be paid to Darkside.

Similarly in the basketball world, most sports analysts focus on simple vanity metrics, but there are more impactful techniques to identify offensive threats such as the 50-40-90 metric. This is an elite club that only 9 NBA players and 1 WBNA player has ever achieved.

Tobias Harris is an under the radar threat, with a breakout year of career-high stats, only narrowly missing the 50-40-90 club.

See more about identifying the hidden threat in the visual deep dive below:

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