As companies become more conscious of the cybersecurity threats looming larger in the coronavirus era, one Tampa Bay giant is committing to keeping at least one portion of the country’s biggest sporting event safe.
ReliaQuest, the Tampa-based cybersecurity firm, announced a partnership with the Tampa Bay LV Host Committee on Tuesday.
The company will specifically keep the host committee’s newly launched Community Ambassador Program safe from cyber hacks, by securing the software site and data collected during the program’s application process.
“ReliaQuest believes security is a team sport and therefore we are excited to partner with the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee and help secure its Community Ambassador Program,” Joe Partlow, chief technology officer at ReliaQuest, said in a statement. “We look forward to contributing to this world-class sporting event and the experience it provides for volunteer participants as well as the Tampa Bay community and beyond.”