The internet and specifically e-commerce has grown exponentially over the last 30 years, incorporating nearly every aspect of trade. As a result, industries and governmental agencies have blossomed to ensure cybersecurity, expending over $150 billion annually to combat this persistent threat. As this market segment continues to expand, crippling cybersecurity intrusions have increased dramatically affecting nearly every sector including finance, health care, infrastructure, and defense systems. With the increasing expenditures, questions have emerged regarding cybersecurity's value and efficacy.
Join FOX for our annual cyber and security update with former assistant director for FBI Intelligence, and founder of New Street Global Solutions, Kevin Brock, as he examines key intelligence factors impacting a range of concerns from personal security, investment decisions, and national security implications.
Kevin Brock, Former Assistant Director for Intelligence, FBI, and Founder, New Street Global Solutions, LLC
Kent Lawson, Chief Technology Officer, FOX