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Zach Fuller

Zach Fuller
Zach Fuller is an entrepreneur who has built businesses in multiple industries. He served as Green Beret in the U.S. Army, conducting highly sensitive combat operations in Afghanistan. Zach was awarded a Bronze Star Medal and other decorations for his actions overseas. He later built an investor relations team for Caliber Companies and holding the role of Executive Vice President, raised well over $140,000,000 in private capital to real estate investments, making Caliber an Inc. 500 Company. Zach is a Certified Ethical Hacker and founding partner of Silent Sector, where he is focused on bringing enterprise-level cybersecurity expertise to mid-market companies.
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LA Cyber Lab - 2019 Security Summit

The Department of Homeland Security and City of Los Angeles formed the LA Cyber Lab, a joint initiative to help protect Los Angeles based companies from cyber attack.  Last week, the LA Cyber Lab hosted Security Summit 2019 to spread awareness of cyber threats and share information within the business community.  This two-day event had over 500 registered participants and covered a wide range of cybersecurity and threat intelligence topics.  Silent Sector Partners, Michael Rotondo and Zach Fuller, presented in a panel forum focused on the idea that cybersecurity expertise is far more important for preventing cyber attacks than security tools.
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Develop.Idaho Conference - Incident Response Panel

The Idaho Technology Council hosted Develop.Idaho, a world-class event full of thought leaders and innovators in industries ranging from self-driving cars to AI driven software as a service.  Silent Sector Partner, Lauro Chavez, presented on the topic of cyber incidents in a panel forum called, "Cyber Forensics: Is Your Technology Leaving a Trail to Follow?"
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Guilty Until Proven Innocent: How effective leaders think about cybersecurity

Cyber-crime is here to stay. Neither technology, compliance frameworks, nor government regulation will stop the threat.  It is a fight we didn’t choose but has forced business leaders to take new measures to protect their organizations. 

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Cyber-Crime Doesn’t Take a Holiday: Silent Sector Reminds You to Stay Vigilant This Season

The hustle and bustle of the holidays make them an ideal time for cyber-criminals to attack. Cybersecurity firms deal with increased threats during this season, and Silent Sector offers tips to protect your personal data and devices.

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Silent Sector and VRS Apply Special Ops Strategies to Protect Businesses from Violence and Cyber Threats

As workplaces face increasing violence and cybersecurity threats, two southwestern companies partner to bring Special Forces expertise from the battlefield into the boardroom to protect America’s small and midsize businesses.

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Why The Government Isn't Joking About Bob the Pipe Bender's Cybersecurity

While there are an abundance of reasons to enforce cybersecurity requirements, it doesn't take long to understand why the DoD is concerned about even the smallest subcontractor's security posture.

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Cyber Criminals Don't Really Care About Your Personal Data

If you are an American citizen over the age of 30, it is almost guaranteed that your home address, date of birth, social security information, and much more personally identifiable information (PII) is already exposed and being sold on the darkweb.  While PII and credit card data is not quite a "dime a dozen", it's almost there.  Nowadays, your personal data is packaged with others' and is a commodity available in bulk to any cyber criminals wanting it.

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The Top 4 Cybersecurity Myths Small and Midsize Businesses Still Believe

Small and midsize businesses (SMB's) are the backbone of our economy.  They account for the majority of U.S. employment, provide most of the goods and services we use, and are absolutely essential for our way of life to exist.  We all recognize many of the names of the largest companies, but it is important to realize that they are supported by a supply chain of SMB's.

Unfortunately, an incredible misunderstanding exists among SMB's when it comes to their cybersecurity.  Even in 2018, many SMB executives still believe their companies are not exposed to the same cyber threats that large companies recognize.

As a country, we need to have a fundamental shift in our thinking around business risks related to technology.  We must embrace technology, as it is an absolute requirement that we leverage it as much as possible.  However, SMB leadership must accept the fact that cybersecurity is as much of a requirement as having insurance policies and basic accounting procedures.

These are the four most common cybersecurity myths among SMB's:

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