PWInsider reports that WWE held talent meetings at this week’s RAW and SmackDown tapings to discuss ways to prevent explicit and private material from leaking on the internet.
The meeting was mandatory and was basically a class on cyber security threats. The company brought in an expert from a cyber security firm and give a presentation to the roster. The expert went over different ways that talents could be tricked into inadvertently allow their security to be breached. One of the things discussed was not the accept USB drives as gifts, even if they were from beautiful women promising naked photos. This one was scenario that happened to several celebrities in the past. They also went over ways to as to how the talent should handle themselves online, as they are in the public eye.
The meeting closed with the company gaving out an amendment to their social media policy for talents to sign and stressed that no one but talents and the WWE social media teams should have access to their social media accounts.