No company is too early stage to start thinking about security & compliance. 20% of startups in Canada reported falling victim to cyber-crimes in the prior 12 months. In this session, Dominic Vogel, a security advisor for startups and SMBs, will demystify cyber security for startups, and discuss how startups can best prevent threats and preserve consumer trust all on a shoe-string budget. He will also explain how security practitioners can better serve the startup community.
At RSA this year, Dominic was a guest speaker on RSA TV!
Dominic has an established track record as a business security leader in forming positive security cultures. He has a wide-range of experience having served critical roles overseeing numerous projects including security strategy development, policy development, endpoint security, and threat management in a multitude of industries (financial services, logistics, transportation, government, telecommunications, and critical infrastructure). Dominic frequently appears on TV and radio to discuss topical cyber security news.
Dominic is a firm believer in delivering sustainable security that supports and protects business goals. Having worked within large and globally diverse organizations he has extensive security experience that has been forged over the past decade as an information security professional.
Dominic is well regarded as a skilled communicator having been a security blogger for the renowned IT website TechRepublic. He has performed as a keynote speaker for BrightTALK Security Summits, Cyber Security Summit West, Blancco Security Days, NYIT Cyber Security Symposium, Vancouver IEEE Career Day, Vancouver Enterprise Forum, ISACA Cybersecurity Nexus 2016, Global Mining Summit 2016, and InfoSecWorld 2017.
Currently, in his role as Chief Strategist at Cyber.SC, Dominic focuses much of his energy on helping startups and small/midsize businesses with their cyber security challenges. His company also specializes is performing on-demand cyber security services for understaffed and overburdened larger enterprises.