Jeremy Kroll was interviewed on CNBC’s Closing Bell on the topic of digital privacy in the aftermath of the Petraeus scandal, for which evidence was largely uncovered by the FBI from a personal email account shared by the parties involved.

Jeremy commented, “Everything [digital] can be tracked, traced, monitored, or recovered. People are just getting the feel for how insecure their online email accounts are, but they are very vulnerable.” He added, “We get involved as a private-sector solution when people feel threatened; when there is a physical or financial threat of some kind.”

View the full interview on CNBC.