Achilles the psychic cat predicts Russia to win opener
14 Juin, 2018, 17:55 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
In a statement to Reuters on Tuesday, William Evanina, an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and the director of the U.S. National Counterintelligence and Security Center, warned World Cup travelers that even if they think they are insignificant, hackers could still target them.
"If you're planning on taking a mobile phone, laptop, PDA, or other electronic device with you - make no mistake - any data on those devices (especially your personally identifiable information) may be accessed by the Russian government or cybercriminals", he said.
This photo taken on June 13, 2018 shows a woman using her smartphone as she sits next to a board with an image of Zabivaka, the official mascot of the 2018 Football World Cup, ahead of the tournament in Russian Federation, in Shenyang in China's northeastern Liaoning province.
Evanina is in charge of the agency that assesses and counters the threat to the United States from foreign espionage and cyberspying. "If you must take one, take a different device from your usual one and remove the battery when not in use".
Achilles has been hard at work as of late to prepare for the World Cup.
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A branch of Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, London's electronic eavesdropping agency, also issued a warning to the public. "When I travel to Russian Federation, I bring "burner" devices, so if they get hacked, it doesn't really matter".
USA agencies have issued similar warnings before other major global sporting events, including the recent Winter Olympics in Seoul.
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