There are many ways hackers can access information from your computer, but our emails may just make us most vulnerable, this according to Total Digital Security founder Brad Deflin. Also a speaker at the Total Wealth Symposium, Deflin says cyber attacks are just the evolution of extortion. “It is the cyber version of the age old crime,” he tells Kitco News on the sidelines of the conference.
Total Wealth SymposiumFrom September 14-17, Kitco News will provide coverage of the 15th annual Total Wealth Symposium in Bermuda. The event brings together experts and veteran investors to discuss topics like international investing strategies, tax, asset protection, privacy and more. This year’s symposium brings some high profile speakers like longtime gold bug and investor Doug Casey and former congressman Bob Bauman.
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