A hack attack on a chief executive officer can be a very lucrative enterprise. Experts say that’s because CEOs’ access to high-level information might be the keys to their corporate kingdoms.
“If someone is out there trying to plan a cyberattack, they’ll try to hack into [a CEO’s] e-mail or his laptop remotely because they know he’s going to be the holder of the most sensitive information,” said Jeremy Ames.
Incidences of cyberhacking are increasing.
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