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Mitchell Rabin Interviews CEO, Ori Lapidot, Emergynt on Cybersecurity

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There is of course war in the form of military conflict but there are much subtler ones being waged these days such as economic and cyber-wars. For cyber-wars, we gently call it “hacking” but it is war.  And needs to be dealt with as such.  Best of course is to educate people and inculcate the values of peace starting at early ages, but in the meantime, protecting a nation’s businesses and institutions from hacking at this point in time, is just essential.

Today’s topic will focus on the serious increase of cyber-attacks and what can and is being done about it.

To discuss this today with Mitchell is CEO of Emergynt, one of the leading cybersecurity firms in the U.S. and arguably, the world, is Ori Lapidot.  Mr. Lapidot is a Strategy, Business Development and Marketing Executive with more than twenty-five years of domestic and international experience generating over $1 Billion in revenues on multiple occasions. 

Mitchell was part of the original founding of Emergynt and is intimate with its history, vision its ability to have valuable impact on & protection of our society.

Mitchell Rabin is the Founder, President and CEO of A Better World Foundation & Media, with a background in psychology  stress management and social entrepreneurship. He is a counselor, and executive coach all as a means of educating and inspiring clients and students alike to lead others by modeling humane, eco-sensitive and integrity-based values.  He has been a consultant to business leaders and CEOs of green and health-oriented start-ups over the past  25 years. He is an impassioned environmentalist and social entrepreneur using media & business as agents for change. www.abetterworld.tv    www.mitchellrabin.com

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