Robert has presented hundreds of high energy, highly entertaining, engaging programs to every conceivable audience in numerous countries and addressed thousands of individual concerns. There isn’t a security question he can’t address or a problem he can’t help your group work out.
Robert has a full range of presentations that companies can choose from to assist their business and employees—or he can customize one to fit your specific needs. Some popular titles include:
- Discover How to Privatize All of Your Data on Social Media
- Learn How to Control the Digital Breadcrumbs of Both Businesses and Consumers
- Create Solutions and Strategies to Ensure Company Data is Protected
- Minimize the Exposure of Data from Mobile Devices, Tablets and Laptops
- Properly Store and Back Up Important Data, Both Locally and in the Cloud
- Increase Business Profits by Using Security and Privacy as a Marketing Tool
Professional Keynote Speaker Robert Siciliano, CSP
Businesses looking for an enjoyable and engaging keynote speaker on the topic of data security need look no further than Certified Speaking Professional Robert Siciliano. Some of the concepts that he covers include cybersecurity, protection from identity theft, fraud prevention and personal privacy. Not only does he effectively convey this information to audiences for business, but he also teaches participants how to use this knowledge in their personal lives—immediately.
Robert uses his personal experience to encourage his audience to take control of their own security. From Boston to Bogotá and Dubuque to Dubai, as one of the most highly respected experts on fraud prevention, cybersecurity, identity theft and online privacy, he has appeared on numerous news programs and presents at some of the most respected and high-profile conferences around the world.
CSP Robert Siciliano’s Featured Speaking Programs
Providing Client Security and Ensuring Loyalty: A Guide for Financial Firms
Every week, Robert Siciliano inevitably hears from a distressed financial advisor who has to rescue a client whose accounts have been compromised. The fact is, your moneyed clients are big targets—and they aren’t necessarily cyber savvy.
Social Media Security: Marketing, Extending and Defending Your Online Reputation
Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, YELP and LinkedIn are popular social networking sites in both the personal and professional lives of business leaders and their employees. However, the risks we face from sharing too much information are substantial—from personal security to damaged reputations to significant business liabilities that put all operations in jeopardy.
Putting Your Digital Data, Trade Secrets and Proprietary Information on Lockdown: Knowledge is Power You Don’t Want to Lose
In a high-tech, information-based economy, everything we do as a business is recorded and tracked or stolen by someone—whether by your competition, criminal hackers, or a domestic or foreign authority. Once extricated from your hands, the bad guys exploit your valuable information to their advantage or use it against you.
Defending Against the Data Breach: Protect from Spyware, Malware, Ransomware and Keyloggers
Every few seconds, someone has his or her identity stolen. Computers are hacked, wallets are stolen, credit cards are compromised, credit is ruined…and the instigators make more in a day than most of us make in a year. The fact is, the system we function under is set up to fail—and unless consumers know their options, it’s just a matter of time before they are victimized themselves.
Security Appreciation, Not Security Awareness: How Corporations and Financial Institutions are Following Their Hearts to Avoid Being Scammed
Every few seconds, someone’s identity is stolen because data is breached, computers are hacked, credit cards are compromised—and often, as a result, reputations are ruined. When this happens, fingers point at IT, other employees or problem clients.
Protect Your Privacy and Credit From Prying Eyes! Identity Theft Protection Prevention and Awareness
There’s a new face of organized crime: Dumpster divers, criminal hackers, database attackers, carders and mules are all part of organized criminal syndicates, and the work is not all done in a smoky back room anymore—they work out of cheap hotel rooms and mahogany-paneled corporate offices.
Take Charge, Fight Back!: Street-Smart, Street-Safe Personal Security
It’s not just law enforcement professionals and first responders—ordinary men, women and children face risk every day. Consider real estate agents, auto-show presenters, nurses, and many other professionals who interact with strangers—and are often unprepared for an attack by known and unknown assailants.
Mortgage and Real Estate Fraud: A Real House of Cards
Did you know mortgage and real estate fraud is one of the most profitable of all organized criminal acts? With buyers, sellers, mortgage brokers, banks, appraisers, housing inspectors and real estate agents in the mix, a combination of just a couple of these parties working together to “fudge and flip” a transaction can result in hundreds of thousands of dollars lost to myriad innocent parties—and once the fraud is discovered, the finger-pointing begins.
Active Shooter Workplace Violence Prediction and Prevention: Spotting the Red Flags
“If you see something, say something” is a familiar refrain on public transportation and at sporting events, but it doesn’t work without open, proactive, security-conscious minds to go with open eyes and open mouths. Every school shooting and workplace shooting—could have been prevented with crowdsourced awareness.
Corporate Travel Security at Home and Abroad: Strangers in a Strange Land
There’s nothing like getting out of the office and away from your troubles…until trouble finds you. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, there are certain pitfalls you face when leaving the comforts of home.
A Note from Robert
Despite an increasingly open culture, trust is in short supply today. As a society, from our leadership down to our citizens, we have seen the very nature of trust and truth abused. Selecting a speaker is an exercise in trust in that you hope the person you choose to present in your environment is being truthful with his or her words and materials. It is a privilege to have an opportunity to present to any group that puts its faith and trust in me. This is a big deal, and I treat it as such. These are not just words; it is my promise to you and who I am.
Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to sharing my expertise with you to help create a safer, more aware society.