The Tour de France has it all. It is widely known that Team Sky have every conceivable marginal gain analysed to ensure success. (Explained via this great video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THNBIQenywc)
However, they appear to not have taken any or enough precautions against a cyber security threat.
The signs were there, in June the FBI started investigating leading Major League Baseball team, St Louis Cardinals on charges that they hacked Houston Astros. Data targeted included trade discussions and player data.
In Team Sky's defence this is thought to be the first time in history one team has hacked another (at least be charged). However for the team that lives by marginal gains I wonder if they were using a technology such as SIEM.
Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford is concerned his team have been the victims of computer hacking by critics convinced Tour de France leader Chris Froome is using performance-enhancing drugs. During his winning 2013 Tour, Froome was questioned by critics, with some using data to justify their stance. The 30-year-old Team Sky leader has always insisted he competes clean and has described "clowns" interpreting power data as "unhelpful".