Robert Herjavec on CNBC: No Such Thing as Encryption that Can’t Be Broken
March 1, 2016
Robert Herjavec, Founder & CEO of Herjavec Group, speaks on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street about cloud computing, encryption, and the Apple vs. FBI controversy.
With the recent trend of businesses moving towards cloud computing and storing their sensitive data on the cloud, businesses need to know that security is of utmost importance now more than ever, especially since there’s no such thing as impenetrable encryption. The world of technology is constantly evolving and as such, encryption of a device is no longer the most important factor in protecting yourself – it’s all about identity.
To watch the video on CNBC, click here.
About Herjavec Group
Dynamic IT entrepreneur Robert Herjavec founded Herjavec Group in 2003 to provide cybersecurity solutions and services to enterprise organizations. Herjavec Group delivers SOC 2 Type 2 certified managed security services globally supported by a state-of-the-art, PCI compliant, Security Operations Centre (SOC), operated 24/7/365 by certified security professionals. This expertise is coupled with leadership positions across a wide range of functions including consulting, professional services & incident response. Herjavec Group has offices globally including head offices in Toronto (Canada), New York City (USA), Reading (United Kingdom) and Sydney (Australia). For more information, visit www.herjavecgroup.com.