In previous Chatter That Matters episodes, Sarah and Bryan Baeumler talked about raising their four children, their relationship with their parents, and trying to do it all. This a very different show. With their strong family foundations, business successes and celebrity, they must also be aware of cyber crime threats.
All Canadians should be informed. Cyber crime damages are expected to total $6 trillion globally in 2021, rising to more than $10 trillion by 2025. Small and medium-sized business owners consider cyber crime the top threat in 2022 — more significant than their competition.
RBC’s Adam Evans, Chief Information Security Officer, offers suggestions on countering risks and protecting your identity and assets. He also encourages listeners to access the wealth of information available at www.rbc.com/cyber.
It’s a must-listen episode that can help keep you — and all who matter to you — cyber safe.
Chatter That Matters is hosted by the Marketing Hall of Legends and the Canadian Marketing and PR Hall of Fame Inductee Tony Chapman. Tony wants to counter the storm of negativity and a growing sense of impossibility by sharing true stories of possibility and positivity. Stories of people who make things happen, despite today’s challenging circumstances. In doing so, he hopes their life lessons inspire others to do more and to be more. RBC is the presenting sponsor.
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