If it were a country, cybercrime would be the third largest economy in the world behind the United States and China. Best estimates suggest cybercrime will cost $10.5 trillion globally on an annual basis by the year 2025. In fact, AT and T says that represents the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history.
So, what do we do? How do you do business? How does a government function? How do you safeguard your investments in the face of that historic threat?
This Story Studio Network podcast series, ponders those questions and explores the solutions to harden. Cybersecurity. Welcome to 1:CLICK 2:CYBER CHAOS.
It's not a matter of if, but when your data will be breached. It is hospitals that are being attacked. It is financial institutions. It is governments. It's everyone, including individuals.
When you look at things like connected cities and connected cars and connected devices, they are all entry points for “the bad guys” to get into your networks. Combatting cybercrime is becoming all the more challenging. There's a shortfall of 3 million jobs globally. That’s good news for those who are pursuing a career in cyber security. We believe this podcast will be an eye-opener. Put an ear on it.
1:CLICK 2:CYBER CHAOS is produced for Coding for Veterans and the University of Ottawa by Story Studio Network and iContact Productions.
If it were a country, cybercrime would be the third largest economy in the world behind the United States and China. Best estimates suggest cybercrime will cost $10.5 trillion globally on an annual basis by the year 2025. In fact, AT and T says that represents the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history. So, what do we do? How do you do business? How does a government function? How do you safeguard your investments in the face of that historic threat? This Story Studio Network podcast series, ponders those questions and explores the solutions to harden. Cybersecurity. Welcome to 1:CLICK 2:CYBER CHAOS. It's not a matter of if, but when your data will be breached. It is hospitals that are being attacked. It is financial institutions. It is governments. It's everyone, including individuals. When you look at things like connected cities and connected cars and connected devices, they are all entry points for “the bad guys” to get into your networks. Combatting cybercrime is becoming all the more challenging. There's a shortfall of 3 million jobs globally. That’s good news for those who are pursuing a career in cyber security. We believe this podcast will be an eye-opener. Put an ear on it. 1:CLICK 2:CYBER CHAOS is produced for Coding for Veterans and the University of Ottawa by Story Studio Network and iContact Productions. read more read less
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