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NYSE, WSJ, United ... Who's Next in This Cyber Fight?

NYSE Goes Dark ...
WSJ Silenced ...
United Airlines Grounded ...

Who's Next in This Great Cyber Fight?

Dear ,

The New York Stock Exchange.

The Wall Street Journal.

United Continental.

Three corporate colossuses — companies at the very beating heart of our financial, media, and airline industries. And yesterday, in varying ways, they "went dark."

Trading on the NYSE shut down for almost four hours, resulting in hundreds of thousands of order cancellations, and frantic re-routing of trades elsewhere.

The Wall Street Journal's home page went offline, with only a cryptic "Oops, 504" error message left in its wake.

And at United, more than 1,150 flights from one end of the U.S. to the other were grounded for hours. Engines idled. Passengers stranded. Millions lost.

The NYSE blamed a "configuration issue." United cited "network connectivity" and a router failure. The WSJ didn't provide much of an explanation at all. And government officials denied a concerted cyber-attack had anything to do with the day's events. They called it a coincidence.

Me? I'm skeptical. But even if the failures weren't caused by a coordinated cyberattack, they were a clear, massive indictment of our nation's cybersecurity efforts! Software, network, hardware — they all apparently failed in spectacular fashion, hurting corporations, customers, and investors alike.

Most alarmingly, my research suggests this is just the tip of the iceberg. Countless cyberattacks that have the potential to cause much worse damage than yesterday's failures are being contemplated, strategized, and launched every day — against you, me, our banking system, and our country as a whole!

Worse, U.S. officials have freely admitted that there is no defense. We are quite literally at our enemies' mercy.

My free report, "America's Digital D-Day" gives you the disturbing facts about these alarming new threats that nobody else will: How to prepare for the coming attack on America's computers. How to get your family and your money through.

You will see how the stock of old-school "brick-and-mortar" defense contractors has soared up to 68,000% — enough to turn every $10,000 into more than $6.8 million ...

And you will meet the innovative NEW American companies that could generate even greater profits by helping the U.S. government, businesses and consumers counter these grave new threats.

Click this link to read "America's Digital D-Day" for free while there's still time to prepare ... and still time to stake your claim to the windfalls being earned by these innovative cyber-defense companies.

Mike Larson
Senior Analyst
Weiss Research

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