“Cyber security is the biggest risk facing the financial system,” said the chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently. Her statement followed one by the U.S. Director of National Intelligence ranking cyber crime as the No.1 national security threat, ahead of terrorism, espionage and weapons of mass destruction. And the World Economic Forum (WEF) lists cyber security as one of the greatest threats to business around the world in 2016, above food crises, interstate conflict, terrorist attacks and spread of infection disease.
That said, business and government leaders are striving to innovate and to identify ways to protect themselves from cyber threats, while entrepreneurs struggle to access these leaders to whom they could communicate, share and sell their solutions. SixThirty CYBER can help bridge that divide – vetting, coaching and then supporting the entrepreneur to be successful in generating sales.