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Richard Avery, Titanium Computing

  • May 13, 2020
  • 7:00 AM
  • Zoom


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Cyber Security: The Future Threats Are Now

Computer Security is a subject that few older business owners are taking seriously due to the understanding gap. The idea that IT Support is IT Security is a false one and most companies are in fact left wide open to the modern Cyber Thief.

About Our speaker:

Having been building computers and networks since the early 90’s and Physical Security since childhood being trained by his Locksmith father Richard has constantly looked at how the physical and logical targets can be compromised and exploited.

With 7 Comptia and 12 Microsoft certifications as well as a list of others he went to get a Bachelors in Network administration and then onto a MBA in Marketing and an MBA in Management as well as Multiple Executive Certifications in Business Administration Certifications from Notre Dame. 

Averys career has taken him from small marketing companies across America to large technical firms as well as a Decade in the Government military complex with jobs at Lockheed Martin and L3, Three deployments to Iraq and Nine to Afghanistan as a military contractor.  He focuses on combining the Physical Security penetration with the Logical Hacking skill sets to come up with the best and most cost effective ways to protect his customers. 

He currently Runs an IT Consulting company called Titanium Computing in Austin Texas helping business owners navigate the complicated IT and Security situations of Todays Age.  He currently holds the Certified Cyber Security Analyst Title as well as other Security certifications from multiple vendors including Comptia Microsoft and the Us Gov’t

We are currently meeting via Zoom!

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You are able to call in without video, but the best way to use Zoom, is to have your camera on and show your face. It will give you the greatest sense of connection and you'll have the best experience with it this way.


  • Breakout rooms for networking in small groups
  • Introductions & Announcements
  • Speaker
  • Q&A
  • Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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