Technology has dramatically advanced in the modern world. It is almost impossible to work in some of the fields without using the Internet. The dependent of the web towards everything has changed how people do their things. Other than having the technology with us, it has increased cyber-crisis. Thus we require cyber-security to protect our identity.
William Saito became concerned about the cyber crisis. Thus he addressed the issue during his leadership. He is an expert in cyber-security and his writing; he said that companies and individuals should protect themselves from cyber-attacks. He has worked as a chief technology officer for the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission where his career helped him understand how small errors would lead to significant problems. He, therefore, had to think how things would be done differently.
William Saito began his ambition of programming while still young. His dreams came to pass as he became the best experts in cyber-security in the world. NASDAQ, Ernst & Young and the USA recognized him for his excellent work. He is a strategic advisor to private companies, individuals and governments where he helps to build protection mechanism to address the issue of cyber-crime.
William Saito said that technology is expanding very fast and the world needs to protect itself from cyber-crisis. “Technological environment is expanding at a breakneck speed. Our culture depends on technology.” William Saito said this while trying to address the issue of cyber-crisis. The problem is not the technology expanding but how it is moving very fast, and it may come with its consequences.
William Saito was once a political and strategic advisor. He landed his first job as an intern in computer programming at age 10. He began his first software company while in college, and this firm eventually became I/O software in Japan. The firm developed tools for authentication such as fingerprint recognition, where he worked with Sony. He later came to sell this company to Microsoft in 2000 when he was at the age of 34. William Saito has written a book, An Unprogrammed Life where he describes his old days trying to develop business and trying to make it in the burgeoning tech world. He discussed his excitement when his parents bought him his IBM computer to boost his math and science skills in school.