Over the last year, 51% of us were hacked and we didn’t even know.
You’ve seen the reports of how hackers exposed the payroll and benefits from nearly 640,000 U.S. companies in May 2016.
Even the company behind sites like Adult Friend Finder found that hackers exposed the accounts of 312 million users.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts were breached quite a few times because he reused the same password, which is odd. You'd think he'd know better.
And it’s only getting worse.
In fact, the average cost of annual attacks breached $400 billion. By 2021, that number could easily be $6 trillion.
And yet, up to 75% of U.S. companies aren’t prepared.
At the same time, many of the very companies that can help protect us have gone ignored in recent months, driven to insanely cheap valuations, including FEYE, CHKP and PANW. But they won’t stay cheap for long.
In fact, PANW is a steal at current prices, as is Proofpoint Inc. (PFPT) at market prices.
Technically, PFPT found solid support at $70 and is beginning to break higher. RSI, MACD and Money Flow are just beginning to rebound, as well. Buy and hold.