During the next live broadcast of the Code Red! radio show scheduled for Wednesday morning, April 17, 2013 from 10:00AM-11:00AM (Eastern), host Alfred McComber's guests will include Joe Caruso, founder and CEO/CTO of Global Digital Forensics (GDF) who will be stopping by the show to discuss emerging cybersecurity challenges and threats that many small business owners may not even realize could have a profound impact on their business.
A recent study conducted by the U.S. House Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology revealed that 60% of all small businesses victimized by cyber crime close their doors within six months of a cybercrime incident! Mr. Caruso will provide common sense solutions, strategies and tips that can help harden your business against cyber attacks that happen each and every day around the world.
Later in the broadcast, Alfred will be joined by Terry Turchie, Former Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI along with former FBI Special Agent Kathleen Puckett, PhD, who is also a founding member of the FBI National Security Division's Behavior Analysis Program (BAP).
Terry and Kathleen will drop by the show live to discuss the recent deadly bombing incident during the Boston, MA Marathon. They will provide unique insight regarding tips and strategies citizens and first responders can utilize to help increase their personal security, safety and emergency preparedness.
They'll also discuss the importance of reporting suspicious activity to law enforcement agencies as seemingly unimportant information could be the tip needed to break a major investigation deadlock.
Til Next Time,
Be Vigilant, Be Prepared, Be Safe!
Labels: Boston marathon bombing, cybersecurity tips for small businesses, Dr. Kathleen Puckett, Global Digital Forensics, Joe Caruso, Terry Turchie