The rampant data breaches throughout the past year have spelled nothing but bad news for major corporations and millions of American consumers. Sony, Home Depot, Target, eBay, and Apple are among the victims, with their customers and users suffering exposure of sensitive personal and financial information. But as anxiety has swelled especially over the busy shopping period, there’s a silver lining for investors: the opportunity to capitalize on the prevalent hacks by investing in cybersecurity. Consultant to the PureFunds ISE Cyber Security ETF (HACK) Christian Magoon tells MainStreet editor Ross Kenneth Urken about the returns to be found in cybersecurity investments.
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