When Alex Ruiz was running large groups at Google, from time to time, he would hear that he should just accept that everyone and everything would get hacked and cybercrime is part of the business model. To Alex, that sounded a lot like giving in, something he’s never been particularly good at. He worried that accepting cyber crime would only lead to more cybercrime. He thought that at some point, a stand against cybercrime would have to be made and that – given how big the problem already was – everyone would have to do their part.
In this interview with SecureBlitz, Alex explains some of the statistics that led him to leave Google and become a 3GO Security Co-Founder.
Read the whole interview here.