April 14th, 2016
Episode 503 of 770 episodes
Cybercrime is on the rise and phishing emails are increasingly being used to hack into a company's system. Rohyt Belani, chief executive of the cybersecurity firm PhishMe, tells us how employees can be trained to be less gullible. Also, our regular columnist Jeremy Wagstaff of Thomson Reuters explains why the economic development of a country is no measure of the level of hacking emanating from it. And we speak to Aaron Levie, chief executive and co-founder of Box, a cloud storage firm for businesses, about what the tech industry makes of the US presidential campaign. (Picture: Credit card impaled on a fishing hook, lying on a computer keyboard; Credit: weerapatkiatdumrong/Thinkstock)
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