THE $1 TRILLION PROBLEM
The CEO of IBM recently said: “Cybersecurity has become the greatest threat to any company in the World”.
Confidentiality and integrity of lawful communications and transactions is a problem for all, but a crucial one for heads of state, top enterprises, NGOs and ultra-high net worth individuals. Their attempts to mitigate the resulting espionage by competitors, financial fraud, or blackmail are not only largely unsuccessful but often result in additional costs in form of unwanted travel, self-censorship and missed opportunities.
Whatever the price one is willing to pay, there are no solutions or devices in the market today, that offer comprehensive comparative evidence of the level of protection it provides against continuous and undetectable compromisation, from even mid-level threat actors.
Even though the cybersecurity market has grown 30 times in the last 10 years, the cost of cybercrime will accrue to $8 trillion between 2017 and 2022, nd an average of $17 million per year for a sizeable enterprise.