Security Keynote Speaker on Rachael Ray, 60 Minutes…


Cyber Security Keynote Speaker National TV Montage

The average security keynote speaker is technical in nature (Zzz), which sometimes means they can be dry and boring. Death by PowerPoint! This is not good for your event. In fact, it can be disastrous for a meeting planner’s career or an organization’s entire conference. You want a keynote speaker who will interact with your audience, make them laugh, help them to understand where the worlds of human behavior, technology and the Internet converge, so that they walk out of the presentation with greater insight into securing the information that defines them.

Ideally, the perfect cyber security keynote speaker for your event will blend content, laughter, entertainment and cutting-edge data with the specific outcome necessary to change your audience’s behavior. That won’t just make you the hero, it will make the event a home run for the attendees, which is what it’s all about anyway. Take a quick look of this video to see what an engaging security keynote looks like (on stage).

Cyber Security Keynote Speaker John Sileo on Stage


John Sileo is an an award-winning author and security keynote speaker on identity theft, internet privacy, fraud training & technology defense. John specializes in making security entertaining, so that it sticks. In addition to national media coverage on Rachael Ray, 60 Minutes, Anderson Cooper and Fox Business, John has appeared as a security keynote speaker for the Pentagon, Visa, Homeland Security, Pfizer and more than a thousand organizations of all sizes. Interested in bringing John in to shake up your security conference? Contact The Sileo Group directly on 800.258.8076. 

Security Keynote Speaker John Sileo


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2 Responses to Security Keynote Speaker on Rachael Ray, 60 Minutes…

  1. Mary: June 11, 2014 at 6:05 pm

    Hi, I am just trying to find out who I go to for the “0pt Out” junk mail with credit cards that are always being sent to me… I don’t know where to go to get rid of this junk mail ?

  2. John Sileo, Identity Theft Speaker: June 11, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    I like, as it is run by the three reputable credit reporting bureaus.

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