Learn the top attack vectors likely to be seen targeting Rio and how to prepare for them.
On August 5, 2016, the world’s biggest sporting event will arrive in Rio de Janeiro. Although, for many, primarily a sporting spectacle, an event of this magnitude also represents an exhibition of cyber activity, and one that tourists, event organizers and sponsors need to be prepared for.
In this white paper we will:
  • Assess Brazil through an “attacker’s eye view”
  • Explain the existing political and economic factors making Rio a prime target for attackers
  • Share the top 8 attacks we expect to see from cyber criminals and hacktivists

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8 Types of Attacks Expected in Rio 2016

In this white paper we will:
  • Assess Brazil through an “attacker’s eye view”
  • Explain the existing political and economic factors making Rio a prime target for attackers
  • Share the top 8 attacks we expect to see from cyber criminals and hacktivists