Steve sent a message to Pierre Nanterme Chairman and CEO, Accenture that said:
Dear Mr Nanterme
I hope this email finds you well.
I understand you are a very busy, but I would appreciate if you could take 2 minuets out of your busy scheduled to read the below.
I read a news article where you had some input which I found very interesting:
Cisco Systems CSCO -2.28% CEO John Chambers said in a public session that security was bad last year and unfortunately this year is going to be much worse. Accenture CEO Pierre Nanterme said the four biggest challenges the tech industry faces in coming years are security, security, security and security
Cyber crime is become increasingly higher each year, and even though we can not stop the 'hackers' we can however prevent them from accessing important client data by storing client information in an off-line database, which cannot be 'hacked'.
My company is very much involved when it comes to the fight against cyber crime and how we can protect clients details that companies hold on their databases, which I am sure you are aware can be 'hacked ', I have access to the worldâs first micro database-less technology, state of the art, stronger-than-military-grade encryption, uncrackable 2D technology, all sensitive information is stored in an off-line database, this protecting client information and the companies reputation.
If possible I would like to send to you or a point of contact additional information and a small power point of how this technology works.
This is certainly a step in the right direction when it comes to the fight against cyber crime as a whole and protecting client information.
I am happy to answer any additional question you may have.
Thank you for your time Mr Nanterme.