We must all be ready for the next Cyber attack. what Y2K and 9/11 have taught us is to get prepared. With today’s technology ever-changing we must look forward to future risk. We cannot sit back and wait while an attack is already in progress. Being proactive is circling the way to go. Hackers are not just sitting around. They are working on the next attack. They don’t sleep and they do not clock out. This is why it is important to prepare for future attacks. Hackers are always looking for that opening that we are not really looking for. As for personal computers, they always have automatic updates. Major companies on the other hand manually set their computers because they have to keep rolling. Being complacent is what they’re counting on to attack your system. These are just some of the thoughts William Saito had to advise us on. He knows certain situations to keep our systems protected.
William Saito is a Japanese American entrepreneur who started out building his first business out of his dorm room. He was still in college. At age 10 he landed his first internship. His first company called I/O Software collaborated with Sony. He later sold the company to Microsoft.
William Saito’s early years were always endeavored by technology. He grew up in a time when computer technology was on the rise. He enjoyed taking things apart and putting them back together again. By doing this he learned how things work. In high school, he learned BASIC and offered his first internship at Merrill Lynch. Soon after he went on to college at the University of California, Riverside. There he founded his own business out of his dorm room and later moved on to his own office. Working on the development of the fingerprint scanner with Sony he later sold the idea to Microsoft.