The famously eccentric anti-virus software tycoon John McAfee stopped by Business Insider to talk about a wide range of topics. McAfee, who had been running for president as a Libertarian before he lost the party’s nomination on Sunday, said that the biggest security threat facing the US is its vulnerability to cyber-crime.
McAfee, who was recently named CEO of MGT Technologies, says the reason China and Russia have such a substantial advantage over the US when it comes to cyber security can be traced to one thing: the type of people those governments are willing to hire.
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