Golf retailers in the US will be required to register with the federal government, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is going to monitor the activity.
Read more:How Golf Retailers will adjust for new US lawAs part of its effort to protect Americans from foreign hackers, the FBI will be sending out a number of probes and working with the US Department of Homeland Security to conduct “sophisticated and high-tech” monitoring.
In other words, this is an aggressive step towards putting the cart before the horse.
This will force retailers to step up and play by the rules, rather than allowing foreign hackers to take advantage of the loopholes.
If retailers are found to be not doing their jobs and not following the rules then they will face hefty fines.
This is a massive blow to retailers in terms of their bottom line.
As we noted earlier this week, golf retailers in America are facing a real threat from foreign governments.
The US government is already cracking down on foreign hackers who are attempting to steal valuable information from retailers.
However, it seems as though the US Government may have lost control of the situation when it comes to golf retailers.
The FBI has reportedly told retailers that it will be monitoring the activity of foreign hackers in the United States.
This could include foreign governments attempting to compromise retailers’ data, or other individuals attempting to breach US financial institutions.
In short, this could have serious repercussions for retailers who rely on their customers’ trust.
If the government can monitor the activities of foreign criminals, then it should also be able to monitor and monitor the operations of the American retail industry.
It’s time to get real about what’s at stake and make sure that retailers are doing their part to keep the country safe.