An expert in cybersecurity and network infrastructure, Nick Espinosa is a nationally recognized speaker, member of the Forbes Technology Council, TEDx Speaker, regular columnist for Forbes, award winning co-author of a bestselling book "Easy Prey", on the Board of Advisors for Roosevelt University's College of Arts and Sciences as well as their Center for Cyber and Information Security and also Bits N’ Bytes Cybersecurity Education, Nick is known as an industry thought leader and sought after for his advice on the future of technology and how it will impact every day businesses and consumers.
Nick has consulted with clients ranging from small businesses up to the Fortune 100 level. He founded Windy City Networks, Inc in 1998 at age 19 and was acquired by BSSi2 LLC in 2013 where he is their CIO. In 2015 Security Fanatics, a Cybersecurity/Cyberwarfare outfit dedicated to designing custom Cyberdefense strategies for medium to enterprise corporations, was launched.
Data Breaches of the Week! November 16 to November 22, 2020
From TurboTax to every EU Defense Minister to a Facebook style datamining you're probably involved in if you have a religious friend, this week in data breaches is why can't have nice things.
Apple is apparently lobbying against stopping forced labor!
Apple is apparently lobbying against stopping forced labor! by Nick Espinosa, Chief Security Fanatic
SMS Texting is vulnerable but this app lets everyone see anything you've texted!!!
SMS Texting is vulnerable but this app lets everyone see anything you've texted!!! by Nick Espinosa, Chief Security Fanatic
Facebook is forcing some employees back into the office despite the COVID-19 risks!
Facebook is forcing some employees back into the office despite the COVID-19 risks! by Nick Espinosa, Chief Security Fanatic
You don't want me for your Secret Sister gift exchange....
An Exclusive Interview with Jitarth Jadeja, Former QAnon Believer!
As QAnon proliferates around the globe, it's hard to keep track of exactly what its followers believe. Join Jitarth as he explains what QAnon is, how he got sucked into their world and what those followers will do now that President Trump lost the election.
Note: the views of my guest are purely his own. As I've said many times before, cybersecurity is agnostic to politics and my goal here is to discuss how information is spread online.