There have been more cyber-attacks against football’s organizing bodies globally and in Europe, with resulting leaks from FIFA expected to be published by the media on Friday, according to reports.
The World Cup organizer confirmed to reporters this week that it had suffered a breach in March, with the European Investigative Collaborations collective of media companies expected to go public with new revelations tomorrow, according to AP.
FIFA released a short statement claiming that it “condemns any attempts to compromise the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data in any organization using unlawful practices.”
By Phil Muncaster
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