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Speaker Programs in Security

We talk Cyber Security But: What about Protecting your company's data, by psychologically evaluating potential Espionage and Spy activity?
Corporate Security; The Psychological Factors of Espionage and Spying
  

•The audience will be engaged when we will focus on the psychological motivations, to identify the emotional precursors, which lead to CORPORATE ESPIONAGE and SPYING. Company’s today should be equipped to safeguard administrative tools for their company to complement its data security effectively. The Board of directors and its administration treat the protection of their data to warran...

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Travels From: Fort Wayne, IN
Fee Range: Open

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Protect Your Office from Hackers and Rogue Employees
Fun, practical information
  

Bill will explain technology risks and how to manage them without overdoing it on paranoia and security measures. Bill will cover major tech risks, how to look out for them, and what to do to minimize the downside when you do experience a negative event. You’ll hear stories from other organizations and observe how a business can be held ransom. Benefits: • Learn the key ways your business ...

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Travels From: Lexington, KY
Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000

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The Darknet: A Guided Tour
Welcome to The Wild Cyber Frontier
  

We live in strange times. The line between the actual and the virtual has never been thinner. The new world of cyberspace and the Internet of Things has created new opportunities for businesses, consumers, academics, and everyday people. It has also produced new realms to explore for the dark-hearted among us. The world is now flat and digi-dimensional, with new paths being developed by the tho...

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Travels From: Houston, TX
Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500

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Rethinking Cyber Security
Risk and Intelligence in the Cyber Domain
  

We have been trying to create secure computer systems for thirty plus years without success. This suggests that perhaps we are doing it wrong. This presentation looks at cyber operations and risk from cybercrime, cyber espionage, and cyber warfare through the lens of cyber intelligence. It addresses what lessons can be learned from cyber space as a domain of war and the implications of chaos, c...

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Travels From: Seattle, WA
Fee Range: Varies

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THE POWER OF POSITIVE HUMAN INTERACTION
Lead With Love
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