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Interview: Craig Taylor, Cyberhoot
Craig Taylor has been in Cybersecurity for more than two decades. Craig started out working for a firewall vendor, moved to a multinational Web Hosting Service provider (CSC), before stints at Vistaprint and Chase Paymentech. For the last five years, he's been building CyberHoot.com an Open LMS system that helps SMB's build and automate their cybersecurity program directly to SMB's as well as through VAR's. In Craig's spare time he's a Rotarian, avid cyclist, and hockey player.
Employees are the weakest link in Cybersecurity and because of this 80% of businesses will adopt a Cloud-based training solution by 2020. Small to Medium sized businesses are being left behind by complex, time-consuming solutions. Resellers need MRR, simple solutions that don't require training and certifications, and need help with client renewals. SMB's face the most complex, and highest rates of online attacks ever. Technology cannot solve all their risks, most solutions are too complex, time-consuming, and costly. Open solutions like CyberHoot allow you to build automated cybersecurity programs, track employee compliance, and address critical risks we all face.
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