26 Jun James Munton
Speaker: James Munton
Expert on deception, identity theft and data breach
- The Con: How Scams Work & How to Protect Yourself
- Breachproof! Secure your Data. Protect your People and Profits.
Keynote speaker James Munton is one of the country’s most in-demand speakers on the subjects of deception, identity theft and data breach.
As a speaker James Munton has appeared before audiences in England, Japan, Mexico and throughout the United States. Whether appearing in public or private settings, James provides a uniquely entertaining approach to educating his audience.
While other children played soccer in the park, James spent his formative years in the company of London’s cardsharpers learning how to be a card “mechanic.” A local magician steered his talents in a more honest direction and, following an apprenticeship in the art of legerdemain, James began performing magic professionally in 1993.
Since moving to the United States in 1997, James has used his entertaining, wholesome, family-oriented brand of magic to provide entertainment, marketing and training for corporations and organizations.
As an expert on scams, identity theft and data breach, he frequently appears as a keynote speaker demonstrating how we can protect our wallets and our company’s profits by developing “scam sense.”
James has performed on Fox and ABC Morning News and has been featured in articles in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and Dallas Morning News. James has performed at the White House, for the Vice President, the U.S. Treasurer, for senators and ambassadors and at hundreds of company and private events each year.
The Con: How Scams Work & How to Protect Yourself
In this entertaining speech, James Munton uses magic and misdirection to show how easy it is for people to be deceived and the disastrous impact fraud has on victims. James shows the audience how to develop an internal radar to alert them when would-be scammers are near.
Breachproof! Secure your Data. Protect your People and Profits.
If you gave your staff members a briefcase containing a million dollars in cash to look after, they probably wouldn’t let it out their sight. However, the loss of a single USB thumb-drive can have an even more disastrous financial impact on an organization.
Last year, businesses in the U.S. lost $221 billion because of identity theft. Criminals breached more than 35 million records stored by government and corporate entities. According to a recent Ponemon research study, the average cost per data breach incident was $5.5 million, with resolution costs ranging from $750,000 to $31 million. Identity theft and data loss exact a huge financial toll on corporations and organizations. Can your organization afford to ignore this threat?
You can wrap your valuable data in sophisticated network firewalls and monitoring systems, but criminals find and exploit the weakest link. The sad truth is that human error and negligence are responsible for most data breaches. The good news is that a little staff training and a subtle shift in attitude go a long way toward making your organization breach proof.
In this entertaining speech, James Munton will use magic and misdirection to show how easy it is for people to be deceived and the disastrous impact fraud has on individuals and the organizations for which they work.