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It’s a jungle out there – when it comes to cyber security – and Kim Resch has been helping companies navigate the treacherous pitfalls of digital risk for more than 20 years. Yearly trainings and policy manuals have proven ineffective in keeping Corporate America safe from cyber criminals.
Kim helps keep the message alive throughout the year with real-life stories and applications for work and home life to build a HUMAN FIREWALL all year long.
Kim’s experience includes delivering comprehensive projects for clients including American Express, McDonald’s, VISA USA, PetSmart and the US Army as well as emerging start-ups.
Kim is a recognized expert in the field, a member of InfraGard (a private business partnership with the FBI protecting 16 critical infrastructures), a sought after speaker, author and patent holder.
• Becoming a Human Firewall
• 5 Day Personal Risk Detox
• What are you Doing at Work that is Causing Risk?
• Adding the Human Element to Your Digital Security Plan
• Employee Awareness of Modern Day Threats
• Risk Assessments with Valuation and Creating an Action Plan
• The Next Wave of Threats!
• Small Business-The Low Hanging Fruit of Cyber Crime
• Demystifying Privacy
• Powder Kegs at Work-Distraction, Blind Trust and Weak Links
1. How can your employees be your best line of defense in your security plan?
2. What is the difference in the role that Business vs Technology departments play in launching new business?
3. What are the additional layers that are often overlooked in cyber-security planning?
4. What are some of the lessons learned from other companies in end-to-end threat control?
5. That are the trending modern day threats affecting companies?
6. Why is cyber-crime such an increasing topic today?
7. What can we do as individuals to help control risk in our company?
8. What is AI, Machine Learning and all the talk of Big Data?
9. How is IoT changing our lives?
10. What changes have you seen over the last few years that is affecting product development and security in business?
See Podcasts, Webinar and other Speaking examples at kimresch.com
I am actively talking to companies about modern day threats. I will refer all companies back to this site for podcasts. In addition, I am on LinkedIn daily promoting activities and will also refer back to this site. I attend local networking events.