Security Briefing from Cyber Security Experts
Extream Security Participates In The CNBC Cambridge Cyber Summit
Cyberwars continue to escalate by the moment, leaving individuals, governments and global enterprises at risk for hacking and unprecedented cyberattacks.
According to the Global Risks Report made by the World Economic Forum, the cyberattacks of 2016 cost the global economy $445 billion, which was more than the market cap of large online corporations such as Amazon and Facebook. This includes the devastating hacking that was made to the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 Presidential Election.
A new reality has dawned worldwide upon individuals, governments and corporations being vulnerable to new and stronger threats to their online security. Hackers today have an easy access to malware that could potentially ruin the lives of people, and leave their personal information available to anyone on the Internet.
Because of this escalating growth in cyberattacks, Extream Security was honored to participate in the 2016 Inagural Cambridge Cyber Summit. The event was co-sponsored by CNBC, in partnership with the Aspen Institute and MIT, and brought together law enforcement and government leaders, such as the FBI, NSA and the U.S. Cyber Command, as well as private sectors such as SAP, IBM and Akamai, to discuss the risks of cyberattacks and the future of online security.
It’s important that both individuals and corporations knows how to protect themselves from potential breaches of their personal information. Extream Security is here to help mitigate the risk of cyber crimes for your organization. For more details, please contact our experts at email@example.com.
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