Interview by Kate Delaney, America Tonight Talk Show with Jeff Maynard, BSI, CEO Regarding Internet Security
CEO of BSI, Jeff Maynard, was interviewed by Emmy-award winning talk show host, Kate Delaney this week about Internet Security and how she experienced getting her email hacked recently. Jeff shared tips on what not to do and what to think about with adding higher level security and authenticating your user with biometrics. Signature biometrics has been tested to be the most secure method of identifying the person trying to gain access to your data and devices.
We invite you to listen to this brief interview with Kate click here.
Kate Delaney is a seasoned national broadcast personality and is one of only two women to ever host a Sports Radio Talk Show in a Top 10 market – WFAN, New York and KRLD, Dallas. Her guests have included some of the biggest names in politics, entertainment and sports – Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, Senator Joe Biden and Libby and former Senator Bob Dole, George Lucas, Leslie Neilson, Bette Midler, O.J. Simpson, Cameron Diaz, Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman Ted Williams, Joe Namath and Johnny Unitas.
About America Tonight: it’s a topical, fun, interesting and covers everything from breaking news to contemporary lifestyle issues. It’s watercooler talk and then some. It’ll make you think and laugh out loud at the same time. On any night you’ll hear a guest that could be a top newsmaker to an author with a best selling book. The show appeals to the 26 million people who are awake between midnight and 6 am, including truckers, 3rd shift workers and insomniacs. And this active audience is on the phones with their opinions.
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