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As technology becomes more complex, increasingly applicable to real-life
situations, and more widely available and affordable, the world, in theory,
becomes a better place, aided by the many benefits of technological devices and
the Internet. While technology does, in fact, have a number of benefits,
personal cyber security increasingly becomes a problem. When computers and
Internet connections improve, so do cyber criminals' methods of attack.
The aggregate cost of organizational and personal cyber security breaches
skyrocketed fourfold to anywhere from $400,000,000,000 to $5,000,000,000 -
that's billions, by the way. In 2021, costs are anticipated to balloon
upwards of $6 trillion per annum - $6,000,000,000,000. Personal cyber security
isn't the only issue, as threat to healthcare providers could realistically
exceed $100 billion just one year from now.
Hillary Clinton's email situation likely cost her the presidential election, a
serious personal cyber security problem. If she had engaged in proper security
protocol, the breach would have never happened. Cyber security breaches in the
past, on average, aren't nearly as severe as they are today. President Trump
recently signed an executive order into action, in which America's digital
highways and federal agencies' computer systems will implement beefed-up
PriceWaterhouseCooper is a global accounting firm that
deals heavily in creating and evaluating information systems for businesses to
store their valuable, confidential data. Usually shortened to PwC, the firm
carried out the 2017 Global State of Information Security Survey earlier this
year. Of the international corporations, big-time businesses, and
well-established financial institutions that responded to its survey, an
alarming 59% of those organizations indicated that the necessary reliance on
digital information systems has significantly increased their security budgets.
Without raising the amount of resources pumped into organizational,
institutional, and personal cyber security, more and more people are likely to
experience hefty financial losses, not to mention embarrassment if criminals
found pictures, videos, documents, or other media not meant to be shared with
many others, if not kept to their rightful owners indefinitely.
Rubica is a provider of mobile, desktop, and tablet cyber
security services that prevents hard-working Americans from having their
financial information, personal digital belongings, and other items of value
destroyed or stolen by criminals.
This leading cyber security app was crafted just one year ago by Roderick Jones.
Unsurprisingly innovated in the San Francisco Bay Area, the nation's - if not
the entire world's - epicenter of wildly successful companies, of which Rubica
is no exception. Most outdated security devices aren't able to fully protect
their users from incoming attacks, unlike Rubica.
The Bay Area's own leading cyber security app doesn't require users to
constantly fiddle with its interface, manually responding to potential attacks
that they likely aren't familiar with. Rubica operates in the background of all
smartphones, computers, and tablets they're installed, providing unmatched
Rather than searching for particular malware or viruses, this app works by
detecting outliers in web browsing and device usage patterns. When these
anomalies are detected, Rubica's 24/7 security staff quickly intervenes,
preventing any possible damage from taking place.
Rubica helps boost
by utilizing a virtual private network, or VPN. These tools prevent data packets
containing personal, sensitive data from being transmitted to any public wifi
router or filtering device used to take in innocent users' information. By
implementing Rubica, Internet providers aren't able to detect your browsing
history, either, providing an unmatched, ultimate security experience.