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Topics include: cybersecurity, digital crime, privacy, and technology trends.
Expert, highly convincing and entertaining presenter.
Available for keynotes, conferences, and corporate events.
Available for television appearances.

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Leverage position as top-ranked influencer and trusted authority in cybersecurity and tech to help firms grow their brand recognition and sales pipelines.
Author thought leadership articles to improve client’s credibility and website traffic.
Provide high level cybersecurity guidance based on decades of experience.
Assist investors and others with due diligence on cybersecurity and tech related firms.

Advisor

Advise regarding strategic activities based on decades of experience.
Serve on official advisory boards to improve visibility and credibility.

Expert Witness

Highly convincing expert for both technical and non-technical audiences.
Respected worldwide for domain expertise and decades of experience.
Can also help attorneys prepare for trial or determine a case’s merits.
Beware: Criminals Are Sending Extremely Well-Written Fraudulent Emails Related To ICOs And Other Cryptocurrency Investment Opportunities

Beware: Criminals Are Sending Extremely Well-Written Fraudulent Emails Related To ICOs And Other Cryptocurrency Investment Opportunities

The small fortune stolen in the last few weeks have motivated criminals to send out many new, professional looking, yet completely fraudulent, ICO-related emails. Last month, I published an article describing how criminals used a phishing campaign to steal $150,000 by tricking people into sending the crooks money that the victims intended to invest in an ICO. […]
Why Do Facebook Hoaxes Often Ask You To Copy, Paste, And Modify, Rather Than To Share?

Why Do Facebook Hoaxes Often Ask You To Copy, Paste, And Modify, Rather Than To Share?

Over the past few weeks several people have asked me why some Facebook scams and hoaxes – fake news, spurious offers, etc. – specifically tell people not to re-share them, but rather, to copy and paste their contents into new posts, sometimes with a request to add personal comments to the new posts: I believe that there are at […]
Malware 101: An Overview Of Malware Types

Malware 101: An Overview Of Malware Types

Most businesspeople today are familiar with the term malware – that is, malicious software of some sort – but, in recent months I have heard multiple otherwise knowledgeable people misuse various terms related to malware types, so I decided to share a short primer that should be useful for people of all backgrounds: Malware Malware […]
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