Cyber Criminals Play “Striker” During World Cup

July 11, 2014 | By

Organizations cannot stop employees from flocking to social media during the World Cup. The global activity surrounding it attracts hackers, scammers and advanced attackers, increasing global information security risk across networks everywhere. As an example, employees will call up game streams, social media clips/fan chats, scores and more on their office computers and mobile devices, increasing corporate risk with every click. Since security teams are already heavily burdened with day-to-day operations, it’s impossible for them to continually monitor the onslaught of links, tweets, posts, and content surrounding the event.

So how can your organization remain safe during the World Cup and other events that incite massive global social media traffic? Explore this issue further in the following infographic from ZeroFox.

Cyber Criminals Play “Striker” During World Cup

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