Cyber Security expert Rudy Parker MBA, hosts Investments Webinar
Saturday, July 18th at 4 pm UK time/11 am EST/8 am PST Ask me questions on the market live on the webinar: Analysing the financial picture, balance sheet and accounts of these Companies.
The cybersecurity market is continuing its stratospheric growth and hurtling towards the trillion-dollar mark in 2020. In 2004, the global cybersecurity market was worth $3.5 billion. The cybersecurity market grew by roughly 35X over the next 13 years.
While all other tech sectors are driven by reducing inefficiencies and increasing productivity, Cybercrime drives cybersecurity spending. The unprecedented cybercriminal activity we are witnessing is generating so much cyber spending; it's become nearly impossible for analysts to track accurately. Before the Coronavirus Pandemic, analysts anticipated a 12-15 per cent year-over-year cybersecurity market growth through 2021.
However, with the rise of the Pandemic, all business has moved to virtual and on the cloud. EasyJet is the latest company to have come under attack from hackers. They compromised nine million customer accounts.
Chinese hackers are also actively Exploiting a Windows Bug in Microsoft Windows. Every version of Windows has a security flaw that attackers discovered before Microsoft did, and the company acknowledged this week that it's been selectively exploited
Find out on this Webinar:
1, The Big Picture - what's going on in the Economy right now at National, and International level
2. How does the recent stratospheric rise in the Cyber Security Market fit into the overall Global Economic trends?
3. Currency - why the value of all major currencies may fall right now?
4. Other investment areas - Gold, Real Estate and traditional Blue Chip stocks - the pros & cons
5. The small picture - The Cyber Security Market - how it fits
6. If the economy crashes, why is Cyber an investment 'safe haven'?
Please note: This webinar will include suggestions based on my own personal investment strategies. I will also bring my experience working as a financial analyst and my finance training to the talk. I do not suggest that this is a 'foolproof' strategy to make money. All investors must practice discretion in how they chose to allocate their funds to get the best returns.
Find out more about the webinar here https://rudylearningaboutstartups.com/
Rudy Parker MBA
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