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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.

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

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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.
WhatsApp ‘Delete for Everyone’ Doesn’t Always ‘Delete For Everyone’

WhatsApp ‘Delete for Everyone’ Doesn’t Always ‘Delete For Everyone’

WhatsApp, the world’s most popular chat and messaging app, offers a “Delete for Everyone” feature that allows users to ostensibly delete messages, pictures, and videos from users and groups to whom the materials were sent, thereby saving users from all sorts of embarrassment and other problems that can develop if they inadvertently send various items ...
Women’s Sexual Habits and Other Extremely Personal Information Were Shared With Facebook By Popular Period Tracking Apps

Women’s Sexual Habits and Other Extremely Personal Information Were Shared With Facebook By Popular Period Tracking Apps

Two popular period-tracking apps are believed to have shared their users’ personal information – including details about users’ sexual activities, menstrual cycles, methods of contraception, and mood variations – with Facebook. According to research conducted by the UK-based advocacy group, Privacy International, and initially reported in Buzzfeed, popular period tracker apps Maya (by Plackal Tech) ...
Incorrect Passwords Entered During Login Attempts Should Be Considered Private Data

Incorrect Passwords Entered During Login Attempts Should Be Considered Private Data

While pretty much everyone in the modern world understands that passwords should be treated as private information, and protected accordingly, many organizations do not apply a similar approach to the sensitive collection of incorrect passwords entered by users as such folks unsuccessfully attempt to login to systems. In fact, while systems designed according to standard ...
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