IT Security for Executives and Business Leadership
It’s no secret that cybersecurity is a huge issue for businesses.
The number of attacks and data breaches in the news has made it a hot topic with business leaders and executives, but many don’t know what to do about it or how to stay secure.
As a business leader, you want your company to be safe from cyber threats, but there are so many options! How can you choose? What should you invest in? Which security technology should be top priority for your business? In this webinar we will discuss these questions and more while providing actionable advice on how you can keep your company safe online today.
This webinar will provide valuable information on IT security best practices for businesses of all sizes, including tips on training employees and choosing the right tools for your organization. We’ll also cover some common pitfalls that companies fall into when trying to protect their assets, things like setting up passwords incorrectly or not keeping software updated. No technical jargon here – just straightforward ways to secure your company!
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meet the experts
Reese is the CEO of Techvera, one of the fastest-growing technology firms in North Texas. Reese’s career in technology spans two decades, opening his first IT business
by 2005 while a full-time student at University of Texas.
By 2009 he’d acquired a small three man computer repair shop, known as Geek on Wheels. After a few years of growth, Reese reinvented the business model with a focus on small business IT management and developed a best-in-class, cloud-centric, security-focused company.
David is an experienced offensive security operator/analyst with 10 years of active work experience inside the Intelligence Community (IC). During his time inside the IC, he learned Persian Farsi, worked at NSA Red Team and was a member of an elite international team operating in conjunction with coalition forces to aid in the ongoing efforts in the Middle East.
While he currently works with an ISP and DHS to aid in the efforts to enhance the bidirectional sharing relationship between the US Government and Commercial entities, his passion is educating network administrators and security engineers on best practices when securing your network.