"Digital Defense: Keeping your family safe online" is in its 5th year of publication. The paper started as a collaboration with Merrill Lynch in 2014, and we've worked with Bank of America over the years updating it for clients across their lines of business.

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It's a great piece, and still ahead of its time.

We give a lot of credit to Bank of America for getting in front of the evolving risks to private clients and families.

Click the image above for a download of the white paper.

Total Wealth Symposium 2019

Speaking and educating about cybersecurity is one of the most satisfying things we do. At TDS, we help people "get it," and it feels good to know it makes a meaningful difference and lasts.

So, we're excited to have our Founder and CEO Brad Deflin invited back for the 5th consecutive year at the "Total Wealth Symposium" for 2019, this year in Amelia Island FL. Details are below.

Also in September, Brad will present "Cybersecurity for Life" in Atlanta to a private investors group.

Prevent 81% of Phishing Attacks

How do you prevent 81% of the most damaging of all cyber attacks?


Our Private Email clients get DMARC standard. And when the cybersecurity industry innovates the next best defense against cyber risk, we'll add that too.

Because it's what we do, and privatizing email is Fundamental #1 for "Cybersecurity for Life".

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Some August Headlines

  • "Hacker paid AT&T employees thousands of dollars to unlock millions of phones, DOJ claims. He installed malware to gain remote access." More.


  • "A recently leaked United Nations report said the North Korean regime has stolen more than $2 billion through dozens of cyberattacks to fund its various weapons programs."


  • "If you bank online and choose weak or re-used passwords, there’s a decent chance your account could be pilfered by cyberthieves — even if your bank offers multi-factor authentication as part of its login process." Krebs


  • “Malicious use of this sensitive data could result in social engineering, bullying, tracking, identity theft, or other means for targeting children,” according to the alert. FBI on K-12 Schools and Student Data Privacy

On the subject of K-12 student privacy, we're honored to have Brad Deflin invited to speak to the National Institute on Cybersecurity Education on "Effectively Changing Cybersecurity Behavior in K-12" in Garden grove CA this December. More.

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Are you ready for cybercrime damages that are expected to rise from $1.5 trillion in 2019, to $6 trillion in just the next two years?

  • Has your organization adapted?
  • Is your family prepared?
  • As a leader, do your people understand the stakes we face?
  • Have you empowered them with the tools they need?

These questions will loom.

Do not wait for the holiday season when activity ramps to new highs. Contact us, we can help.


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