Russia targeted by almost ’25 million cyber-attacks’ during World Cup: Putin


Team Udayavani, Jul 16, 2018, 2:12 PM IST

Moscow: Russia was the target of almost 25 million cyber-attacks during the World Cup, President Vladimir Putin said, though he did not indicate who may have been behind the attacks. 

“During the period of the World Cup, almost 25 million cyber-attacks and other criminal acts on the information structures in Russia, linked in one way or another to the World Cup, were neutralised,” Putin said during a meeting yesterday with security services. 

The comments were reported by the Kremlin today.

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