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Meet Your New Chief Awareness Inspiration Officer

EMPLOYEE SECURITY AWARENESS HAS NEVER BEEN MORE AFFORDABLE, ENGAGING, OR INSPIRING

Preventing data and security breaches is key to the security, success, and even survival of your organization. Your greatest vulnerability, and best defense, is your workforce. Specifically, their awareness and vigilance. Which all starts with training. And that starts here.

Neal O'Farrell, an award-winning veteran of the security industry and a pioneer in employee security training has condensed his three decades of security learning and teaching into a simple but compelling security awareness program specifically created for SMBs and smaller organizations. MEET HIM.

GUARDING THE CANDY STORE

PROTECTING YOUR HIGH NET WORTH CLIENTS.

Affluent and high net worth clients are a top target for cyber crooks and identity thieves, and they're after more than just the obvious. Guarding the Candy Store is a 30-minute customized and branded video to help wealth managers and financial advisors teach their clients how to protect their most precious assets. LEARN MORE.

 
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GET A FREE COPY OF NEAL'S NEW SECURITY GUIDE

"Double Trouble - Protecting Your Identity In An Age Of Cybercrime"

30 chapters and 250 pages of the toughest lessons Neal has learned in his 35+ years fighting cybercrime and identity theft around the world. The book also features guest chapters from convicted fraudsters, interviews with some notorious identity thieves, and eye-raising accounts of some of the most audacious scams. And it's FREE.
 
 

Support Our Schools With Our One-For-One Donation Program

For every sale we make of our Think Security First! Program, we’ll donate a complete copy to a school of your choice. That means teachers, staff, and students can learn about security, in their own environment, at no cost.

A security savvy school not only means a safer and more secure school, it also means less risk of data exposure for teachers, students, and parents. And a chance to reach and teach students about security at the best time possible.

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