InSecurity Podcast: Rocus Networks on Hunting the Digital Bigfoot

Don’t know what a Squatcher is? The Urban Dictionary offers you this bit of knowledge: One who hunts for Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Yeti. The fine folks at Rocus Networks are Digital Squatchers, to be sure.

Rocus Networks began in 2014 after seeing a need to fill a void in the IT space. Their goals seem obvious, but you’d be surprised how many SMBs do not pay enough attention to their own security, then wonder what happened after a devastating hack or data breach.

What if I told you that 58% of all malware attack victims are categorized as small businesses? And in 2017, cyberattacks cost SMBs an average of $2,235,000? What if I told you that nearly one fifth of system breaches occur because of human error? And that only 38% of companies say they are adequately protected?

In this episode of the InSecurity Podcast, host Matt Stephenson is joined by special guests Pete Seeber, Mike Viruso, and Rick Ingersoll of Rocus Networks to discuss securing confidence in the digital economy with the best-in-breed technology.

About Pete Seeber

Pete Seeber is a cybersecurity Entrepreneur and Executive with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.

Rocus Networks provides world-class information security and technology solutions through engineering, design and consulting. They concentrate on providing security, reliability and flexibility to drive productivity and competitive advantage in the marketplace.

About Mike Viruso

Mike Viruso is a Sales Professional with over 20 years of successful sales experience in start-ups and expanding territories within the technology industry.

Mike has established many long-standing relationships with clients and partners in the Southeast. He has established himself as a leader and trusted advisor in the markets he serves.

About Rick Ingersoll

Rick Ingersoll has very little to say about himself on LinkedIn and other social media platforms.

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