Live interview with Crowdstrike founder and CEO George Kurtz TONIGHT

TONIGHT!
Cybersecurity is a $150 billion business annually, on its way to over $350 billion a year by the end of the decade. George Kurtz, founder and CEO of CrowdStrike, joins us to discuss this growth opportunity for investors and the potential risks our world is currently facing. You cannot miss it. 5:30pm EST on the Compound YouTube channel! …

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