Singapore - 05/28/2019 (PRDistribution.com)
With thousands of cricket fans buzzing around the world to live every moment of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, Ivacy VPN proactively stresses on safe streaming to all the traveling fans and those who would be live streaming the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup via public wi-fi hotspot.
While cricketing action goes around throughout the calendar year, the World Cup, however, comes after every four years, and this time the event is scheduled to be hosted by England and Wales, from 30 May to 14 July 2019.
Since the tournament is a global headliner, many cricket fans would be tuning into their TV screens to watch the event live, while a great bunch would watch Cricket World Cup live stream. Events of such magnitude also attract its fair share of malicious hackers and cyber criminals. There are already rumors making rounds on the internet about how cyber criminals are on an alert to attack unprotected streamers over the internet.
Traveling fans who are intending to live stream on the go should be more concerned, especially after the KRACK vulnerability which rendered the phone's connection with WiFi highly unsafe.
Anticipating chaos the threatening KRACK vulnerability could cause, Singapore based Ivacy VPN has campaigned around safe and secure streaming to help cricket fans around the globe combat viruses, ransomware, spyware and other common forms of online malice, not just while they are streaming the matches on the move, but also when home.
What does Ivacy VPN offer to fight off the KRACK vulnerability?
“We understand ransomware and malware attacks are most likely to happen around major global events that is why we urge not just our users but everyone wanting to live stream the Cricket World Cup to exercise utmost safety while you at it.”
Ivacy VPN declares its servers are particularly optimized for streaming, meaning cord cutters can experience fast streaming and protection from hackers all the same.
At the times of great cyber security crisis, precaution is better than cure.