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-- would more just how secure -- company.
Government web sites are as Martin -- founder and chief technology officer of cyber security solutions -- -- five -- -- Thank you for joining us I -- you look at these numbers.
It seems to me the world war.
Well let's say can certainly feel like that many days we see the the attacks coming and we see the outreach is -- -- happening and yes sometimes say you know a lot of people call us ever secure year old an arms race and he really do see I kind of siege mindset and a lot of places so in the case of Bank of America and JPMorgan.
Don't have we concluded all -- found that this.
-- -- leads back to Iran is that correct.
Well there's -- speculation you know why attribution for these attacks is actually very difficult so the people who claimed responsibility.
Claim to be from -- -- so there's side you know that's kind of a good leading indicator that that's where my feet from but.
It's very easy to to fake your identity and figure origins on the Internet -- I would caution people would be -- little bit outside introspective about really thinking about where these attacks are coming from but -- right now does appear that.
They could in fact be originating from my -- So essentially every second of the day there -- some sort of a cyber attack going on especially the government website sort of some of the companies.
Are one of these.
Hackers able to do I -- -- the worst case scenario could they trigger the launch of a nuclear weapon.
I think that that's that's a little far fetched getting access to in -- control capabilities in the codes that are required -- them.
Is that definitely something that's that's still in the science fiction Rome.
There have been breaches of military systems out there before but we haven't seen.
Government lose control of the other weapons that are -- network today so far.
So many of us do our banking a lot of our financial business on line and we take it for granted I think that you know it safely put -- policy words we change -- words.
But how easy is it for these people to get into bank web sites or online banking actually take -- money.
-- that's that's spent an area where there's been a lot of focus on the part of the banks they obviously don't want to unauthorized people getting and and taking the money so they have these side of these new systems called.
To factor authentication mechanisms that are used.
Q help people keep their bank account -- here.
But it does happen it definitely does happen.
We see the the introduction of five pieces of software called key loggers that watch -- -- -- And if they can get your credentials -- can be very bad from from the keeping your money -- standpoint.
-- my mention Iran as we finish up here what what what poses the biggest threat which country out there all.
Group of hackers where all they have what can they do tell us.
There are a lot of disparate groups of hackers out there today I like to say that I we're really seeing the industrialization.
Of -- Happening right now.
So they're from all over the world whether B Eastern Europe or Asia.
-- Western Europe even the Americas there are groups all over the world who specialize.
In doing this stuff all day every day.
And people have to realize that that's the case now -- have to take it very seriously.
And I think -- -- emergence of awareness happening now.
Very sobering way it's -- -- -- thank you so much really appreciate your time yeah thanks for having me on my banking right -- as everything look at most people do stay.