Cybercrime, such as data breaches and deliberate business interruption, is estimated to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021 and affect 6 billion people by 2022. With spending expected to exceed $1 trillion from 2017 to 2021, a continued and robust focus on cybersecurity could help reduce the number of successful cyber attacks. An opportunity to help also exists within the insurance industry, such as through the promotion and adoption of preventative measures and incentivizing the implementation of best practices for self-protection through insurance product offerings.
Bryan Seely, a world-famous cybersecurity expert, ethical hacker, author and former U.S. Marine, is also helping companies focus on cybersecurity. Seely is known for intercepting calls to the United States Secret Service and FBI by hacking Google Maps, exploiting LinkedIn.com and helping the company resolve it, and has appeared on the front page of Wired.com, CNNMoney, CNET, Forbes and the Washington Post — all in the same day.
Join us as Bryan, the author of Cyber Fraud: The Web of Lies
, takes us inside the mind of a hacker. He’ll share insight into how he and his security company prevented the theft of over 9 million social security numbers and $23 billion, as well as experiences working with startups and entrepreneurs, like Mark Cuban, to secure their new business and technology investments.