Episode 4: The scary truth about digital security
We are past the era of do-it-yourself computing.
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In this week’s podcast episode we talk to Larry Keating, President and CEO of NPC, about the scary truth of data loss and data attack that small and medium businesses face in today’s digital world. Larry’s focus on cyber crime and managed service computing proves you need to be a great adopter of technology in this day and age. Before you are victim to data loss or a data attack, determine the value of your information and get educated on managed service computing.
Listen in as Larry shares advice on how to make computing safer and why all businesses need to adopt this practice.
This episode dives into topics such as:
- How to reach out to the right professionals for the right help
- Focus on what is important to the customer
- Go to market strategy should look at industries under fire
- Craft specific message with specific content for customer
- Protect your business from what you can’t see, not what you can
Get educated about the Digital Privacy Act here.
About Larry Keating
Larry Keating is the president and CEO of NPC. He invented and brought to market his industry’s first secure managed endpoint computing solution. For eight years Larry served as the founding chairman of the Ministers’ Technology Advisory Group for the Province of Ontario – an ad hoc committee offering vision and industry insight to the Province’s technology strategy. He was also a member of the Chair’s Advisory Council on e-Government, and served as a technical advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario for the Aboriginal Computer Literacy Program. Larry is currently a member of the Investment Industry Association of Canada’s Cyber Security Committee and past chairman of the board of Vanity Software Corp. The Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario has recognized Larry as a Privacy by Design Ambassador, who advocate that privacy be built into systems from the outset, making privacy protection an organization’s default mode of operation.