Learn more about data theft/data manipulation issues, threats, issues, and concerns from Charles Denyer, one of the world’s foremost cybersecurity experts and keynote speakers.
Data theft is on the rise, and getting worse. Companies are losing data at a record pace, and the lawsuits and public relations nightmares are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of problems with data theft. And it’s only going to get worse as hackers and other nefarious individuals become more sophisticated – and brazen – with a barrage of attacks. Imagine your business having all of it’s highly confidential and sensitive data stolen at a moment’s notice – gone – and you not being able to do hardly anything about it?
CEO’s and business owners have enough to worry about as it is, but now they’ve got to spend time focusing on growing cybersecurity threats that can threaten the very livelihood of their business.
Hey Business Owners – Obtain YOUR Competitive Advantage with Cybersecurity
But here’s some good news. You can protect your data, and you can grow your business. All it takes is implementing proven cybersecurity measures that every business should be doing anyway. Tired of the doom and gloom talk about data theft? Numb to the never-ending articles regarding cyber-attacks? We all are. Here’s a fresh approach. For businesses who understand the importance of cybersecurity – and can message this to their clients and prospects – there’s massive opportunities for growth, no question about it.
Data theft and data manipulation issues and threats should be a concern for every business, as one bad data breach can effectively put your business out to pasture, and CEO’s and business owners out of work.
Luckily, there’s no need to re-invent the wheel when it comes to data theft. What CEO’s should be doing is understanding the ramifications of data theft, effectively turning it into a profit generating opportunity for your business. Forget about the doom and gloom that everyone is talking about when it comes to data theft and data manipulation, and start implementing your competitive advantage.
How this North Carolina Startup Turned Cybersecurity into Profits
Angela is CEO of a small data analytics firm specializing in the healthcare industry. Growth has been great, but she saw the challenges ahead with her competitors. She also knew she really needed to shore up her cybersecurity controls and not become the latest victim of a data breach. Jokingly, Angela told me it was the best of times, and also the worst of times! I worked with Angela and her team in securing her entire infrastructure from growing cybersecurity threats. But I also had Angela take a good hard look at her business model. After just two months of re-branding and positing herself in the marketplace as a SaaS provider that not only values cybersecurity, but also data privacy and regulatory compliance, she began to take the lead in the marketplace, and she’s growing at a record pace.
Today, Angela doesn’t have to worry about cybersecurity, data privacy, and regulatory compliance like she did in the past. Angela has also been able to use security as a strength to position herself on top of many of her competitors in the market place. What was once a big concern for Angela is now something she can use as a way for driving acquisition, growth and increasing profits. The best part is, she didn’t need to re-invent the wheel.
Want to Learn More and also Grow your Business?
Want to learn more about data theft and data manipulation issues, best practices and how cybersecurity can be your rock-solid competitive advantage for long-term growth and profits? Charles Denyer, one of the world’s leading cybersecurity specialists and a globally recognized cybersecurity keynote speaker, offers organizations a way to secure their information systems, while also creating immense value – and increased revenue-generating opportunities from their clients. How? By obtaining a competitive advantage through cybersecurity. Book Charles as your next keynote speaker, and learn more about securing and growing your business today.