CrowdStrike founder on cyberattacks “Microsoft has to repair its antiquated architecture”

CrowdStrike founder on cyberattacks “Microsoft has to repair its antiquated architecture”

CrowdStrike founder on cyberattacks

George Kurtz programmed video games as a fourth grader. After starting his career as an auditor at PriceWaterhouse, the American started a career as a cybersecurity expert, wrote a standard work on the methods of hackers, worked as the chief technology officer for the industry giant McAfee and founded cybersecurity companies himself. Like CrowdStrike from Silicon Valley, currently one of the best-known companies in the industry, whose success has made him a multi-billionaire. The Democratic Party hired his company to investigate the hack on their email server that ran the 2016 election campaign.