World’s Most Famous Hacker Schools DC-Area Businesses on Cybersecurity – Oct 19

A jaw-dropping and exclusive chance to learn from World’s Most Famous Hacker, Kevin Mitnick how easy it is to breach your organization and what you can do immediately to minimize the risk.

Envision Consulting Presents BusinessBreach: Why Your Organization is in Danger Lessons From The World’s Most Famous Hacker

When: October 19, 2016 | 11am – 2pm Where: Maggiano’s Restaurant Tysons Corner (VA) (Registration includes lunch)

An Exclusive Live Demonstration of How to Hack Your Business

Your business can afford becoming victim of the next high-profile hacking attack. Join this exclusive opportunity to witness Kevin Mitnick showcase real-life techniques used by hackers to manipulate you into handing over the keys to the kingdom, and learn practical insights to minimize the risk of getting hacked. Kevin will be joined by Bill Winterberg, CFP®, an expert on technology for financial professionals, who will apply Kevin’s advice on hacking and security to the world of business.

4 Reasons This is a Must Attend Event

  • 3 hours with the World’s Top Cybersecurity Expert, once on the FBI’s most wanted list and now a trusted security consultant to Fortune 500 companies and governments worldwide
  • Learn why your people are the weakest security link and how easily they can be manipulated into handing over the keys to the kingdom, if they haven’t done so already
  • Walk away with concrete ideas and techniques to adopt immediately in your business to lower the chances of becoming the victim of the next high-profile cybersecurity attack
  • Look like a Rock Star! Invite and educate your top clients and prospects. Show them how invested your firm is on protecting their data.

Envision Consulting

Envision Consulting

We started Envision Consulting for businesses that share our passion for building long- term and healthy relationships. While we might be technology experts, we’ve always known that trust, reliability and looking after a client’s best interest are paramount to succeeding in business. But in 2001 and to this day, there were few managed IT providers available that embodied our customer-centric values. There were countless support companies more interested in reacting to issues than paving the road forward for clients, making it far too difficult to build long-term relationships. We felt a strong pull to make something different, and we did.