Cybersecurity concerns at 2018 World Cup in Russia

CBS News - June 14, 2018

TechRepublic senior writer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to discuss a warning from U.S.

officials against bringing electronic devices to the World Cup in Russia.

Officials fear personal devices could be hacked by either criminals or the Russian government..


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