Whether risk management or building a culture of collaboration, everything starts by empowering people. By sharing awareness, perspective, and the lessons from his unique experience, Jeremy will instill the cultural norms necessary for business security and stability.
Using the principles of “Edu-tainment”, Jeremy uses appropriate humor, examples from real life situations, and an upbeat tempo to keep attendees engaged.
Using relevant and relatable examples, Jeremy demonstrates how dangerous lacking awareness can be. The content can be sometimes scary, but is coupled with workable countermeasures and actionable advice to counter the threats. Most of all, he will show you how to adjust your perspective and expanded your view to defend not just against today's threats, but tomorrow's as well!
In tech, in risk management, in the workplace; being our best selves requires safety and security. When bad actors or bad culture get in the way, awareness and action are the key! Jeremy will handle the awareness part - opening minds to unexpected possibilities and, in so doing, arming your people to take better informed and more holistic action.
Jeremy is a former employee of the National Security Agency who shared Operations Security and tech safety principles to the full alphabet of federal agencies ranging from the FBI, to the DLA, MDA, NRO, NIST and at the Pentagon. At the same time, he was recognized as one of the NSA’s five top employee advocates by the agency Anti-Harassment Campaign and served as an elected Workforce Matters Advocate helping senior executives to build trust and battle workplace toxicity through a culture of listening and full-scope collaboration.
With insights gained from 16 years behind the NSA veil, Jeremy shares unique lessons in leadership and information safety - delivered with award winning speaking and instruction skills - to help organizations stay secure, operate efficiently, and build a positive work culture.
For your security day, conference, seminar, etc., Jeremy can bring or create a presentation that will stand out and sink in.
This format is best for between one and three key points or messages at a time. Security awareness, leadership, collaboration: pick your topic and let me wow your people!
Workshops are for smaller audiences who want to try their hands at the topics being discussed: tightening one's online presence, advanced search and monitoring skills, or developing a personal security profile. Don't forget listening skills, morale, and building workplace trust!
This format is great for building a lasting impression, but is best with smaller audiences (up to 20).
How is your security awareness program? Is it making a dent? Keeping people engaged? What about your culture? Are people responding to calls for collaboration or do they stay silent?
With a decade of experience fighting bureaucracy and giving voice to employees, Jeremy can show you the blockages and barriers that prevent keep your workforce silent and disinterested.