Dear (insert name tag),
There's no shortage of cybercrime videos for you to watch, but this one (and the one at the bottom of this page) are particularly compelling. They make one thing abundantly clear - the next generation of online security presents a blockbuster profit opportunity for you to act on immediately.
A trillion dollar industry is being created in front of your eyes
and you have the opportunity to get in on the ground floor.
That's why it's so imperative that you put Cloud Security
on your radar as an immediate investment.
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Billions will be spent over the coming years battling online terrorism and criminal activity. A survey by Bloomberg reports more than 150 U.S. based critical infrastructure organizations spend $5.3 billion annually on cybersecurity measures. That number is only going up.
Your Key to Stunning Profits: Innovation
You wouldn’t use a password to secure your front door, would you?
9/24/13 – Criminals mock Apple's improved security measures; hack iPhone fingerprint scanner within days of release.1
9/11/13 – NSA contracts with Android, Apple, and Blackberry to include “back doors” in smartphones that allow for government spying.2
9/7/13 – Hackers gain access to Vancouver Metro’s command control; access 75 different financial institutions triggering $500 million in losses.3
8/27/13 – "Hacktivists" from Syrian Electronic Army gain international fame for sabotaging Western institutions - New York Times, Twitter and Huffington Post.4
8/27/13 – Black market service” offers fake documents such as passports, driver’s licenses, and ID cards to aid identity thieves5
8/21/13 - McAfee's "2nd Quarter Threat Report" sights banking apps as one of the hottest emerging trends. Malware captures passwords and allows direct access to funds..6
8/13/13 – Hacker gains control of baby monitor video camera and audio feed. Parents catch cyber-intruder watching 2 year old daughter sleep and yelling obscenities, “Wake up you little slut".7
The race for internet security is an infinite one. You've seen it a million times. Secure passwords are followed by more complex hacking attempts… which incites even more complicated passwords. And the cycle continues on.
CLDS's security is groundbreaking because, like a padlock for your computer, it puts a stop to cyber intruders. Cloud Security's patent pending "My Computer Key" is stealth hardware, not just another password to be hacked or encryption device to be decoded by someone who has more time on their hands than you or I. In a culture where everything has gone digital, the idea behind this product couldn't be simpler: Cybercriminals who don't physically own the key are locked out.
This is a revolutionary step... and one that could make you
tremendous profits if you get in before the rest of Wall Street.
I strongly recommend that you move swiftly. Cloud Security is also developing software that monitors and stops suspicious activity BEFORE the damage is done to your computer and it's only a matter of time before they release it to the market. Once that happens, a buyout by one of the majors could be imminent.
Overnight CLDS could follow in the footsteps of Sourcefire, a little known penny stock that shot up 2,500% when Cisco paid $2.7 Billion to acquire their cutting edge technology. Don't wait until it's too late to get in on the triple digit gains I'm projecting.
By reading my report on CLDS, you are already ahead of the game, but I'd like to keep you as informed as possible. To receive further updates as they happen on CLDS, the cyber security sector, or other hot stocks that are set for rapid gains, please select the link below.
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Yours for profits,
P.S. I have one other must-watch video to share with you. It details one of the greatest acts of cyberwar ever perpetrated and shows how urgently a solution is needed. CLDS may have that solution.
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4) http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/york-times-website-suspects-malicious hack/ story?id=20087043