The most popular sports event The FIFA World Cup is all the set to ravishing the ground on June 14. Experts warning that many hackers and other anti activists ar planning to target this event’s at multiple digital platforms.
The start of the World Cup is adding cyber threats “this year the World Cup is being held in Russia and anyone’s presence at the event will be concerned to every security check” said David Ginsburg vice president of marketing at Cvirin Systems Inc.,
The spectators, athletes and organisers will be highly active at the event. Any attempt to hamper the infrastructure or unreal hotspots, apps containing malware and unknown websites will not be tolerated said Ginsburg.
The organisers should stop invaild networks, based on no faith approach. There should not be any scope for hackers to malfunction the digital platform of this year’s World Cup. The question is “How to limit the reach of hackers?”
There are not only people who are in the stadium but also the virtual viewers who are watching the event worldwide.
“The World Cup is international sports event which give can opportunities to hackers” said Steve Durbin managing director of Security Forum Ltd., Spam emails, fake betting sites all are going to active with their utmost efficiency.
Fans should not get in trap of such activities, think before clicking on any link and attachments related to event.
There should be no participation in any polls, survey, contests through mai, unless you know the source personally and that source is reputation said Nathan Wenzler chief security strategist at AsTech Inc.,
Ajay Menendez, the executive director of Hunt Analyst Program at SecureSet Academy LLC said that hackers and anti malware action are at best to find ways for malicious code. The situation is similar to game like Tom and Jerry someone leads sometimes.
Watch the game safely and don’t be the victim of cyber crime through the event.” This sports event is held to relax the mind and enjoy some mind blowing games, and think before you click to prevent any kind of damage” said Joseph Carson, chief security scientist at Thycotic Software Ltd.