World Cup 2014: devices are very likely going to get hacked. How to stop it.
When the 2014 World Cup kicks of in Brazil this week, the event is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of diehard soccer fans from around the world. Since those fans are doubtlessly going to be bring their laptops and smartphones, a lot of those devices are very likely going to get hacked.
A report by Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab found many of the tech-y amenities being offered in Brazil to be fraught with danger.
Last month, a team of Kaspersky security experts drove around the Brazilian city of São Paulo and evaluated the security of more than 5,000 Wi-Fi networks located at tourist hotspots like malls, parks, and airports. They found that …GO TO SOURCE