Webinar: Why the time to invest in cybersecurity is now?
Exploring how the Cybersecurity investment case has been boosted by the sudden transition to remote living and working and our complete reliance on digital infrastructure.
Within the space of 3 months, the entire developed world population has become totally reliant on digital infrastructure for every aspect of our working and private lives. Government officials, company employees and private citizens alike are logging in remotely, sharing documents on the cloud and handling sensitive data on unsecure networks.
We had originally expected this transition to digital to take 5 – 10 years. The suddenness of the transition has left us unprepared and has enabled cyber criminals to exploit the vulnerabilities in our digital infrastructure. We are now experiencing wave after wave of cyber attacks on a scale never before seen. The health pandemic has given rise to a cybercrime pandemic.
However, with risk, comes opportunity. In this webinar, Rize ETF is joined by Chris Versace, Chief Investment Officer at Tematica Research, to explore the acceleration in cybercrime arising from the huge shift to digital and where he expects the corresponding investment opportunities to be over the coming months and years.
Recorded on May 27th, 2020.
CYBR: The Rize Cybersecurity and Data Privacy UCITS ETF seeks to track the Foxberry Tematica Research Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Index. The objective of the Index is to provide exposure to companies that derive significant revenues from the provision of products and services that secure individuals and organizations against cyber threats.
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