Cyber crime: Your employees, your business and you
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest David Broderick discuss the following:
- Cybersecurity is such a hot topic for business and society in general, which probably explains why according to numerous reports, enormous amounts of money are being spent on cybersecurity technologies, with that being said, David, with all this money being spent on cybersecurity tech, why are companies still falling victim to cybercrime?
- So if the technology alone can’t help us, what’s the answer? Are we talking about some sort of training for employees?
- Getting cybersecurity awareness training seems like a great idea, but there have been numerous reports about companies saying the training they purchase is not working, it doesn’t seem to have any affect on the employees.
- How do you help organizations that want cybersecurity training, but also want it to have an actual positive effect on their employees?
- Tell us about your company, Family-Driven Awareness a division of Web Safe Inc.
David Broderick is a bestselling author and uses his own unique Storytelling approach to successfully educate organizations on the fascinating world of cybersecurity through family-driven cybersecurity animations. He’s also built an engaged television audience through his regular media appearances.
David has spoken on the topic of cybersecurity in multiple markets and industries throughout North America and Europe.
Whether educating CEO’s from fortune 500 companies, new employees, or even elementary school students, David uses his past experience as a children’s book author combined with his lengthy cybersecurity background to motivate employees to care about cybersecurity, leading towards a behaviour change resulting in safer security practices, both at work and at home.
David works very closely with the cyber task force of numerous law enforcement agencies, including the FBI.
David is a monthly cybersecurity content contributor to Forbes magazine and is the CEO of Family-Driven Awareness a division of Web Safe Inc..
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