RANE Insights on Security with Brian Lynch: Online Risks and Threat Assessments
In this RANE Insights on Security podcast, Brian Lynch talks with Michael Mason, enterprise sales director for privacy and security at ReputationDefender, about the threats that executives’ online personal information poses to businesses.
Ontic Webinar: How to Assess Your Executive’s Digital Footprint to Identify Threats
In this Ontic Webinar, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta joins a panel of security experts to discuss the vital role that privacy and online reputation play in protecting corporate executives.
The Ontic Protective Intelligence Podcast
The Ontic Protective Intelligence Podcast’s Fred Burton and ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta discuss the vital role that privacy and online reputation play in protecting corporate executives.
ABA Journal: Top tips for lawyers to boost their online reputations
In this ABA Journal article, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta describes the three simple steps attorneys can take to strengthen their online reputations.
American Banking Journal: Executive Privacy Breaches – Serious Risks for Banks
In this American Banking Journal article, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains why banks need to focus on executive privacy. He also outlines some proactive steps banks can take to reduce the risk of criminals finding a way into their systems.
Security Magazine: Executive protection has gone digital
In this Security Magazine article, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains the new paradigm of executive security:
“The security professional of the 2020s must not only connect the dots between digital privacy and personal protection, they must also help high-profile executives understand all the benefits of being more proactive against online threats. This includes relatively new methods like “self-scouting” each executive’s information and search results on the web, educating them on how it can be exploited to nefarious ends, and working to remove personal data proactively.”
Acorns: Job hunters need to clean up their online reputations
In this Acorns article by Ryan Ermey, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains how job seekers can get rid of content that makes them less appealing to hiring managers.
“Seize the search results by publishing a wave of positive, objective, factual information about yourself,” Matta says. “By creating a network of social media, personal, and professional websites, you can eventually flood out all the negative stuff.”
MSN: How to make your online persona more employable
In this article by Kathleen Furore, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains what you can do to take control of your online image and why it’s so important, especially when you are looking for a new job.
“Studies show that four in five people do an online search before interacting or doing business with others, and over 90% of these people never go past page one,” Matta says. “It’s vitally important that job seekers establish some degree of control over how they’re represented on the first page of their Google search results.”
ReputationDefender launches ReputationGrower
We’re excited to announce that ReputationDefender has launched ReputationGrower, a new, turnkey online service to support job seekers, professionals, and small business owners by building professional websites designed by experts.
ReputationGrower’s features include:
- A professionally designed, personalized website that ranks well online
- Professional biographies and a mission statement
- A presence on top online profile sites
- LinkedIn optimization
- Social media audit and clean-up
- Web monitoring for mentions of your name
USA Today: Take my location data, please, Apple and Google, but only until we beat the coronavirus
In this USA Today op-ed, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains why sharing your personal information is the right thing to do right now. “Just because you’re in favor of stricter data privacy laws doesn’t mean you have to be against all uses of personal information at all times. There’s always room for the judicious and transparent use of personal information for the greater good—and fighting a global pandemic certainly qualifies.”