Alfred Berkeley on Cybersecurity Vulnerability: You Need to Go Where the Money Is

Equities Editors Desk |

Companies are paying hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars each year to invest in cybersecurity. The threat is very real and as we've seen from the Sony email hack, Target security breach, and countless other examples, the risks could be astronomical once the system is compromised.

Earlier on Fox Business, Princeton Capital Management Chairman Alfred Berkeley and Security First Corp. CEO Mark O’Hare joined Maria Bartiromo to discuss cybersecurity protection and a potential solution that is both effective and significantly more cost efficient than what's currently being done on the market.


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