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Dr. Eric Cole

Dr. Eric Cole is a cyber security keynote speaker with years of experience in the industry.

Cyber Security Expert Witness Dr. Eric Cole. Cybercrime is on the rise, and the cost and number of successful breaches continue to increase.

Cyber Security Expert Witness Dr. Eric Cole

In many cybercrime cases, the ruling comes down to how technical evidence is explained to attorneys, judges and juries. Top Reasons to Hire a Cyber Security Consultant. No matter what type of business you run these days an online presence is a must, and with that obligation comes the need for cyber security to protect your company and customers.

Top Reasons to Hire a Cyber Security Consultant

Tips for Small Businesses from a Cyber Security Expert. The Internet offers small businesses a competitive advantage in a tough market thanks to the exposure they receive online.

Tips for Small Businesses from a Cyber Security Expert

However, while they can compete with larger businesses online in terms of marketing and visibility, their IT budgets and security efforts simply can’t keep up. Companies are Really Using Intrusion Prevention Systems. With cloud sharing gaining great popularity the need for the use of an intrusion prevention system is increasing.

Companies are Really Using Intrusion Prevention Systems

CIO vs CSO: Allies or Enemies. Whenever a breach occurs it reveals weaknesses in how an organization approached security.

CIO vs CSO: Allies or Enemies

Compromises are a great way to reveal the hidden sins organizations are committing. In the case of the Target breach, it is a gift that keeps on giving. While the initial breach report came out in December, it seems every week there are new “interesting” details that are revealed. One of the more recent items is the fact that Target did not have a CSO and all security responsibilities were buried under the CIO. The first question that people ask is whether the CIO should have been held responsible for the breach. First and foremost, organizations of any size, especially one the size of Target needs to have an executive that is responsible for security.

Defending Against the APT. Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Introduction APT, formerly known as the Advanced Persistent Threat, is the buzz word that everyone is using.

Defending Against the APT

Companies are concerned about it, the government is being compromised by it and consultants are using it in every presentation they give. One of the main reasons organizations are broken into today is because they are fixing the wrong vulnerabilities. If you fix the threats of 3 years ago, you will lose. Why Choose Dr. Cole as Your Keynote Speaker? The Dr.

Why Choose Dr. Cole as Your Keynote Speaker?

Cole Difference:Entertaining, practical and engagingReal-world experienceAnalogies that make it easy to understand complex topicsExciting and energeticApplicable to all audiences "Everyone said to attend a presentation with Dr. Eric Cole – I’m so glad that I did, Thank You. " "I LOVE U Dr. Cole, keep up the awesome work and thank you for delivering such amazing content. " Cyber Security Tips for Senior Citizens. Cyber security is a hot topic these days and the news surrounding it seems to get worse with each story.

Cyber Security Tips for Senior Citizens

Hacks, stolen personal information and viruses are the norm. Every person in the world is susceptible to a hack. Want To Steer Clear Of Website Attacks? Have Cyber Security Speaker Brief Your Staff – Cyber Security Keynote Speaker Tips. If you have an established Internet presence, then chances are it could fall victim to a cyber attack.

Want To Steer Clear Of Website Attacks? Have Cyber Security Speaker Brief Your Staff – Cyber Security Keynote Speaker Tips

While the purpose of such attacks may vary from incident to incident, those who fall victim are going to lose out on time, money or resources as well as their sense of safety. Industry-related studies have shown that more than 1 million cyber attacks were attempted daily in 2015. Fortunately, far fewer than that figure were successful. If you’ve got a stake in your organization’s web presence, then we’d like to suggest bringing aboard a cyber security keynote speaker to bring your company up to speed. Such experts can offer you insight on those allegedly behind these attacks, what they are after and how you can protect yourself.

According to the 2017 Cybersecurity Trends Report, companies considering cyber security expansion were looking at cloud infrastructure, training and education and mobile devices. That all being said, it’s time to consider the cure. Like this: Keep your Business Protected: Teach Your Employees Cyber Security Best Practices. Companies everywhere greatly rely on computer systems and software to effectively and efficiently manage day-to-day operations and store sensitive information.

Keep your Business Protected: Teach Your Employees Cyber Security Best Practices

Untitled — 3 Activities to Strengthen Your Workplace in Just... Despite High Rate of Attacks, Execs Are Confident in Cybersecurity Actions. At a time when it seems like cyberattacks are being reported almost daily, a number of security executives are confident in their cybersecurity initiatives. This is according to a recent report, Building Confidence: Facing the Cybersecurity Conundrum, which shows there's clearly a disconnect between companies' perceptions and reality. The report surveyed 2,000 security executives at large, global enterprises across 12 industries and 15 countries. On average, an organization faces over a hundred focused, targeted breach attempts each year, with one in three attempts being successful.

Yet, 75% of survey respondents said they were confident they were doing the right things with their security strategies. A similar number said security is completely embedded in their cultures, with support from the highest-level executives. Part of the problem is the time taken to detect a breach. Other key findings of the study include: Be Informed & Entertained with Dr. Eric Cole's Keynote Speaking.