Bryan Lillie, head of Cyber Security at QinetiQ commented on the sports hacking.

Bryan Lillie, Head of Cyber Security at QinetiQ :

“Anyone can be hacked, it’s not just banks and governments and we all need to treat security seriously. IoT, which includes including many devices which monitor and collect personal information, creates huge amounts of valuable data which represents a new target for hackers, blackmailers, competitors and critics. The more that data become critical to your operation, the more seriously you need to take it. Sports team may not seem like the traditional target of hackers, but if you have valuable data, you will be a target for someone.”[su_box title=”About QinetiQ” style=”noise” box_color=”#336588″]QinetiQA FTSE250 company, QinetiQ uses its world class knowledge, research and innovation to provide high-end technical expertise and advice, to customers in the global aerospace, defence and security markets. QinetiQ’s unique position enables it to be a trusted partner to government organisations, predominantly in the UK and the US, including defence departments as well as other international customers in targeted sectors.[/su_box]

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