FOR CANADIAN REGISTERED ADVISORS ONLY
Webinar: Reasons to Invest in the Cybersecurity Sector
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Time: 2:00pm ET
Cybersecurity dominated headlines towards the end of 2020 with the breaking news that a recent hack infiltrated US federal agencies, including homeland security and nuclear programs, among many other organizations. This is a stark reminder that cyberattacks are growing at a fast pace, and the need to strengthen our ecosystem is more than ever before.
Evolve Cyber Security Index Fund Fund (TSX: CYBR), Canada’s first cybersecurity ETF, invests in companies that are involved in the cybersecurity industry through hardware and software development.
For more information on investing in this cybersecurity ETF, please contact us or join the webinar.
This presentation is CE Credit pending.
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