- (2:15) - The Who, What and How Behind Cyber Attacks
- (6:20) - What Have We Learned From These Attacks?
- (14:45) - Can We Trust The Companies Who Protect Our Information?
- (21:00) - Episode Roundup: Podcast@Zacks.com
On today’s episode of the Zacks Friday Finish Line, Content Writer Ryan McQueeney is joined by Paul McGough, a telecommunications expert with over 35 years of experience, to discuss the history and future of the cybersecurity industry.
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The Finish Line team was on vacation this week, so we are rerunning Ryan’s interview with Paul from the latest episode of Tech Talk Tuesday.
Paul McGough is the founder and chief technology officer of Qwyit LLC. His firm developed QwyitTalk, a Security as a Service platform that allows any communications product to offer secure, private messaging through a simple connection to the platform. Simply put, it is a high quality product that helps other businesses lock down their messaging services.
Investors interested in some different strategies in this industry should check out the First Trust NASDAQ Cybersecurity ETF (CIBR - Free Report) and the ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF (HACK - Free Report) .
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(Revision: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated the name of the HACK ETF. That version should no longer be relied upon.)
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