Protecting Executives from Compromise11/18/2019
Protecting Executives from Compromise
A Q&A with Chris Pierson, CEO of BLACKCLOAK
Increasingly, cyber criminals target corporate executives and high net worth individuals not inside their well protected work environments, but at home, where they are most vulnerable. We spoke with Dr. Chris Pierson, CEO of BLACKCLOAK about the risks organizations face, and how they can better defend targeted individuals against bad actors.
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