Gosh I remember when they were Electronic Arts:
FIFA 13 will receive tightened security in a bid to avoid the issues suffered by some in FIFA 12 with suspicious activity surrounding Ultimate Team packs, EA labels president Frank Gibeau has confirmed.
“We learned a lot from the experience. A lot of companies are suffering from this right now. There’s a lot of sophisticated hacking happening in the gaming industry and it’s a continuous battle,” Gibeau told Joystiq.
“We take it very seriously, put a lot of resources on it. The learning from the FIFA example last year has been incorporated this year. There’s some incremental and additional things. I don’t want to get too detailed because I don’t want to tip our hand. Rest assured, we take it very seriously.”
EA hired a Microsoft security expert to help combat the chances of future loopholes from within games, Gibeau said, adding that it’s a battle that can’t be won, but it is that EA has to “continuously stay on top of.”%3