Next Generation Cyber Security
Why Invest in Cyber Security?
Cyber Security is a fast-paced growing industry, making it an attractive space for investing opportunities. As the world becomes more reliant on computers to store, organize and transmit data, we start to learn why Cyber Security platforms are needed to protect this information.
The era of mainstream anti-virus solutions as the only measure has now gone and they have been found to be at best 5% effective against zero day attacks. Any organisation with a computer is under constant threat from cyber criminals using ever changing and sophisticated malware to steal intellectual property, extort money, steal personal information or deface websites.
This is your opportunity to be part of a superior Cyber Security investment
Trust LockdownTM Application Whitelisting (TLAW) software technology provides preventative rather than remedial protection from all malware and unwanted programmes.
It is radically different to traditional reactive anti-virus and whitelisting technologies available today that require continual updates and are always one step behind the malware writers.
Understanding the sheer scale of the opportunity makes this structure very simple for investors to understand, offering lucrative returns on their capital.
“Prevention is better than the cure” (Desiderius Erasmus)
TLAW PROTECTS MOST OPERATING SYSTEMS
- TLAW protects all versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems, including 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, NT4 and all Windows Servers
- TLAW protects unsupported Windows legacy operating systems such as NT4, XP and Server 2003 generally found in Point-of-Sale systems, medical equipment, automated teller machines (ATMs), shipping & aircraft guidance systems, critical infrastructure including railways and power stations etc.
- New Operating Systems Drivers will be released in the future for Android, Mac OS X, Linus and other to protect:
- Android/iPhones and Tablets.
- Apple Mac and Linux Desktops, Laptops and Servers.
- Self-Driving Cars and the “Internet of Things” which is expected to grow exponentially and offer a huge consumer based opportunity.
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Rising Market Share
The global cybersecurity market was worth just $3.5 billion in 2004. In 2017 that number will be more than $120 billion, which is 35 times bigger than it was 13 years ago.
Cybercrimes costs an estimated $3 trillion. As the global population grows, so will the number of people using the Internet, furthering cyber security’s importance.
Spending on products to fight cyber crime is estimated to be worth more than $1 trillion until 2021, while cybercrime damages will rise to $6 trillion by 2021
Prevention Better Than Cure
Attack methods and targets will simply diversify. They predict a 25 percent growth in the number of new ransomware families in 2017.