Events like the Super Bowl get covered with such a glaring (and repetitive) spotlight that it's often hard to find anything that might be regarded as news.
But the program "CBS This Morning" was able to uncover a little-known secret even though, we assume, that wasn't the intent.
In a story about Super Bowl security, already on high alert because of the international nature of the event and the venue in the New York City area, the CBS cameras inadvertently captured information that wasn't made for TV.
A shot of the video board inside the "first-of-its-kind" security command center included in the lower left-hand corner of the screen the Wi-Fi SSID and the password for the Super Bowl Security Center.
Ironically, the graphic at the bottom of the screen reads "Inside Secret..."
While not a major threat given the limited range of the Wi-Fi, nevertheless it is another password management faux pas.