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Practical Steps to Reduce Your Online Risk

Alex Falatovich, Senior Cyber Security Threat Analyst at Identity Digital that manages the world’s largest and most relevant portfolio of new top-level domains, offering entrepreneurs and organizations new ways to promote and enhance their true digital identities joins Enterprise Radio.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is on association with the Cyber Security Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Alex Falatovich discuss the following:

  1. Cyber attacks are on the rise. Can you comment on that?
  2. Can you describe how malicious websites present a problem?
  3. What steps can people take to protect their online digital identity?
  4. Why would someone choose an Identity Digital descriptive domain?
  5. Do you have any advice on how people and companies can see if they’re part of a data breach?

Alexander Falatovich joined Identity Digital with the acquisition of Afilias in 2020. He focuses on coordinating efforts to counter domain name abuse in TLDs for Identity Digital and strategic customer accounts. He brings over a decade of experience from the domain name space, having led large legacy gTLD anti-abuse programs as well as facilitated the successful launch of dozens of descriptive TLD domain abuse programs. He is a member of multiple industry groups and collaboratives, such as APWG and InfraGard. Internally, he spearheads the enterprise security awareness program and is an inaugural member of the Identity Digital GRC Committee. 

Over his time in the industry, he has earned his Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Incident Handler, and Certified Cyber Security Architect certifications. He holds a bachelor’s degree in intelligence analysis from Mercyhurst University with a minor in Asian studies and a graduate certificate in Homeland Security & Defense from Pennsylvania State University.


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