As a professional speaker, author, consultant and university instructor, Kathy brings a depth of investigative experience and a great passion for cyber security awareness to audiences. 

As a keynote speaker Kathy shares her deep industry knowledge and experience to dramatically increase cyber awareness and cyber security with corporations and associations.

Bulletproof:  A Solid Defence against Cybercrime

The more you know about – predatory cybercrime -, the better decisions you can make. With dedication and commitment, Kathy goes to great lengths to provide — cutting-edge information in her riveting keynote that guarantees you will become bulletproof – online. 

Catch Me If You Can

Why we should be diligent and skeptical on every website, device or platform to ensure that our personal and private information is not being tracked, collected or otherwise placed at risk.

The New Espionage:  The Growing Threat of International Cybercrime

In the world of high stakes – cybercrime, those in business have the MOST to lose. Defences are required NOW, to protect intellectual property and secure organizations and business owners from organized criminal rings that are stealing critical data and confidential information to gain an advantage. This riveting keynote shows you the underbelly of cybercrime.  

The High Toll of Human Trafficking:  What You can do to Prevent it

One of the fastest growing global criminal enterprises is human trafficking which takes a huge toll – on – society. The Internet and – the “Dark Web” enables this modern-day -exploitation of children to flourish. Education and awareness are critical. Kathy will open your eyes about this horrific crime… likely happening in your town or city. 

The Bullet Doesn't Fit the Gun

Why cyberbullying is such a problem in our online community and how should we avoid and respond to online abuse and prevent it from impacting our relationships, emotions, social life and school.

Scams, Cons and Social Engineering

Why social engineering works in the scam and con game and how can we identify those expert emotions that keep getting us into trouble.