The Security Brief

The Security Brief

Global Security Expert, accomplished author, TV personality and entrepreneurial CEO Paul Viollis passionately delivers an in-depth and interactive discussion on the issues that keep us all up at night. Paul draws from his background as behavioral analyst to offer unique insight and realistic solutions to issues ranging from threats to our children, home invasion, and travel risks, to terrorism, cybercrime, school/workplace violence, identity theft, fraud and the new normal threats to American businesses, and so many more. Join Paul and his guests every week for a powerful, dynamic, and enlightening conversation.

  • Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
  • EP 100: The Final Security Brief

    Paul is joined by frequent contributors Kathleen Baty, Eric Konohia, Frank Morey and Vincent Ancona as he imparts his closing message on this 100th and final episode (for now) of The Security Brief Podcast. As we look back over the past 100 episodes, Paul wishes to thank the folks at Podcast One for giving him his start and of course his CBS family for taking the show to the level it enjoys today. Special thanks to Producer and co-host Seth Neiman whose support was invaluable to say the least. Most importantly, Paul's eternal gratitude goes out to all the wonderful listeners that made this show the success it became.  We hope you continue to follow Paul on his app Ask PV and the TV show as he directs his efforts toward Television. To all---Be Safe, Be Well ---God Bless!
  • Wednesday, July 20th, 2016
  • EP 99: The Final Security Brief, Part 1

    Paul Viollis is joined by General Dan Goodrich and attorney Vincent Ancona as they look back at all of the episodes that made up The Security Brief.
  • Thursday, July 14th, 2016
  • EP 98: Needed self defense tips

    Paul sits down with self defense expert Phil Ross as he walks through the various techniques anyone could incorporate to enhance their personal safety. 
  • Wednesday, July 6th, 2016
  • EP 97: Protecting your financial legacy........

    Paul sits down with financial expert Kimberly Foss as she outlines the do's and don'ts we all should pay attention  to.  
  • Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
  • EP 96: Solutions For Crime On Campus

    As promised to all our listeners, Paul's commitment to mitigating crime on our campuses is illustrated in this episode as he sits down with attorney, professional speaker, television personality and accomplished author, Elura Nanos.  Elura breaks down her research on the subject and shares her new training program, Man Class, which she is touring the US on.  Tune in to hear what Paul commits to do in concert with Elura.  Don't forget to reach out using our app, ASK PV.
  • Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
  • EP 95: America's Cyber War

    Paul continues the Educating America series by speaking with cyber security expert Andrew Donofrio.  Paul and Drew hammer out a discussion on everything from in and non-state actors to everything the incoming President needs to blueprint for the American public on requisite next steps in assuring the protection of our infrastructure, our businesses and most importantly, our families.  Send us your thoughts on Paul's app, ASK PV.
  • Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
  • EP 94: International Travel Safety

    International travel can be stressful.  Paul provides the information needed to help your travelling and your stay in another country as easy as possible.  Follow the map Paul lays out and you will increase the chances of having a smooth trip!
  • Thursday, June 9th, 2016
  • EP 93: Terrorism trends home and abroad

    Paul sits down with former New York State Senator and Head of Homeland Security and Public Safety for the State of New York, Michael Balboni, to discuss current and future trends of terrorism both here and abroad.
  • Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
  • EP 92: Police on trial in Baltimore

    Paul is joined by legal analyst Vincent Ancona as they take us inside the high profile case of the Baltimore policemen on trial for the death of Freddie Gray.
  • Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
  • EP 91: The REAL story behind GITMO

    With POTUS planning to shut down GITMO and transfer the risk and costs to the states, Paul felt compelled to include this subject as part of the Educating America series and sit down with one of the most learned professionals on the subject in America, Dr. George Andreopoulos.  As a professor in John Jay College's Department of Political Science and the Director of the Center on International Human Rights.  Dr. Andreopoulos and Paul compare and contrast their view points on GITMO on issues ranging from enhanced interrogation techniques and the purpose of GITMO to the president's ability to shut it down and the direct/collateral affects to the American tax payer.  Send us your thoughts on Paul's app  ASK PV 
  • Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
  • EP 90: Does The TSA Need To Be Replaced?

    The same day an Egyptian airliner goes down, the apparent victim of a terrorist attack, Paul Viollis asks the question where, why and how and could this have been prevented?  The Security Brief discusses the difference between the TSA and potentially privitization of airport security.
  • Thursday, May 12th, 2016
  • EP 89: The Federal Government vs. North Carolina Transgender law.

    The North Carolina Transgender Law has become a hot bed topic and has escalated to create more issues.  Is the Federal Government right to threaten to pull 4.8 Billion dollars in state funding, primarily for education, if North Carolina keeps this new law?  Expert attorney Vincent Ancona talks about the legal ramifications of this historic case.  Paul also talks to Pastor Craig Greatman of Gospel Life Church, who is a subject matter expert dealing with gender identity disorder.  The Pastor gives us a lot to think about on this controversial subject.
  • Thursday, May 5th, 2016
  • EP 88: The Risk Of Islamic Terrorism on US Soil

    Without question, we are facing a new face of terrorism her on American soil and according to many experts, we are simply not prepared.  As part of our educating America on election year 2016, Paul sits down with one of our country's most well respected counter-terrorism experts, Dr. Maria Haberfeld, to discuss her views and projections.  Dr. Haberfeld, a full Professor at John Jay College's department of Law and Political Science, lays out a fact driven platform that all Americans need to listen to.  Send us your thoughts on Paul's app, ASK PV.
  • Friday, April 29th, 2016
  • EP 87: The dilemma of Prison overcrowding and the risks of early releasing inmates

    Across our great country, jails and prisons alike are implementing plans to relieve overcrowding by releasing inmates ahead of their scheduled dates. Given the fact this extremely important subject has yet to be addressed by those seeking the oval in November, Paul invites one of nations most respected subject matter experts on the subject, Dr. Deborah Koetzle, Associate Professor and Executive Officer of the Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, to share her insights. Dr. Koetzle lays out options we all need to take into consideration and options our next President should clearly be considering. Send us your thoughts on Paul’s app ASK PV
  • Thursday, April 21st, 2016
  • EP 86: Security Brief TV coming in September, nation-wide!

    Paul Viollis is coming to daytime TV nation-wide starting this September!  Paul welcomes producer Terry Murphy to talk about how this project started and how it all came together.
  • Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
  • EP 85: What is the future of the American Economy?

    Paul welcomes expert economist Allan Tonelson as we discuss the race for POTUS and its affect on the American Economy.  
  • Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
  • EP 84: The dynamics of public corruption cases.

    Paul and Seth sit down with 24 year FBI veteran and architect of the Madoff investigation Peter Grupe as he lays out the truth about the entire process of how the US Government persecutes public officials. The information is a must know for every American. Download ask pv today!
  • Thursday, March 31st, 2016
  • EP 83: Realtor Risk

    In memory of a truly wonderful soul, Paul sits down with Carl Carter Jr., son of the late Beverly Carter who was kidnapped and brutally murdered while working as a realtor.  Carl does a magnificent job in not just telling the story but laying the groundwork for a new thought process to protect realtors everywhere.  Brad Zotti, CEO of MyForce, joins as well to share his new technology and how it can help saves lives in situations similar to the case at hand.  Download the ASK PV app for a direct line of communication with Paul.
  • Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
  • EP 82: Mitigating violent crime and an educational approach to protecting children

    Paul sits down with Witchta Police Department Police Captain Jeff Weible to discuss his departments approach to comprehensively addressing crimes against persons and how they have incorporated a holistic approach to community involvement. Paul is also joined by award winning author Roselyn Kasmire to discuss her line of children’s books crafted to educate on keeping them safe.  Send us your thoughts on Paul’s app ASK PV, available on iphone and android!
  • Thursday, March 17th, 2016
  • EP 81: The Candidates

    On the heels of Super Tuesday, Paul and Seth provide a breakdown of the remaining candidates from the perspective of 2 regular guys. From credentials and qualifications to character observation and leadership readiness, the guys deliver an educational and at times comical platform of information.  A definite must listen.  Write us on the ASK PV app on your phone.
  • Thursday, March 10th, 2016
  • EP 80: Surviving terrorists: Songhoy Blues

    Like never before the Security Brief goes deep into the core of terrorism by talking live with those that not only faced it but beat it's fear by faith and perseverance. You simply can't miss listening to the message of Songhoy Blues and their message to the world 
  • Thursday, March 3rd, 2016
  • EP 79: The Police-Community Crisis

    The Security Brief reaches out to one the world’s most well respected institutions of higher education, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, for this 4 part series on “Educating America in election year 2016”. Part 1 has Paul sitting down with Professor Peter Moscos to discuss what the incoming president will need to do to address our current Police-Community crisis. As both one of the country’s leading sociologists and a former Baltimore City Police Officer, Professor Moscos offers exceptional insight for all listeners to question their candidate’s readiness on the subject.
  • Thursday, February 25th, 2016

    In our continuing efforts to break down the various issues surrounding national security concerns prior to the upcoming election, Paul sits down with Ret Colonel Randy Larsen over the omnipresent issue of Weapons of Mass Destruction.  Joined by General Dan Goodrich, the entire matter of WMD'S AND THE RISK THEY PRESENT TO THE American people on US soil is more than crystalized. You can't miss this.
  • Thursday, February 18th, 2016
  • EP 77: Breaking News!…………….Security Industry locks in long overdue professional standards

    As all Security Brief listeners are aware, Paul has always been a strong advocate for the memorization of professional training and operating standards for the private security industry.  Given recent developments, the Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB) has done just that. Founded by one of our country’s great Patriots, Keith Flannigan, ATAB has put in place the benchmark for professionalism that employers can use to select the very best.  Paul is joined by ATAB Board members for a brief but powerful conversation.
  • Thursday, February 11th, 2016
  • EP 76: Active shooter and Hostage Survival

    Paul sits down with former NYPD Hostage Negotiation Team Commander Jack Cambria to discuss the evolution of the active shooter and the required measures anyone involved should consider if they find themselves in such a scenario. Additionally, Jack shares his insight from over 1000 successful hostage negations on what to say and do if YOU find yourself in that situation.
  • Thursday, February 4th, 2016
  • EP 75: State Of The Union

    Whoever it is that will next sit in the Oval Office, he or she will have a significant burden to remedy a plethora of issues adversely affecting our national security. Paul takes this opportunity to lay out each one and break down the critical components of each so as to provide a blueprint of what all Americans should expect form our next President as well as the current one.
  • Wednesday, January 27th, 2016
  • EP 74: The Real Homicide Detective

    With crime shows on every channel and the fascination with homicide detectives as depicted on the big and small screen, Paul answers the requests of many Security Brief listeners and answer the question so many continuously ask, so just how real is this?  In typical Security Brief fashion, Paul brings in a true subject matter expert in Detective Michelle Wood (Chicago Police Department) to answer that and many other elative questions surrounding, The Real Homicide Detective. From selection and training to the methodical process of conducting a homicide investigations, you will get a behind the scenes look no show will offer.
  • Thursday, January 21st, 2016
  • EP 73: Married to Mob Part II

    Paul and bestselling author Suzanne Corso sit down to finish their chat about what it is really like to be aligned with the Mafia and just how far reaching the after effects are.
  • Thursday, January 14th, 2016
  • EP 72: National Stalker Awareness Month

    A replay for Stalker Awareness Month:  Like never before on The Security Brief, Paul airs out the horrifying crime of stalking from the eyes of a victim. Paul sits down with Kathleen Baty, one of the foremost stalking experts in the country and a stalking survivor as she tells, in great detail, the horrifying 12 year story of everything she had to endure. Kathleen closes with advice only she can give that presents a level of education on this subject, second to none. No one should miss this episode.
  • Thursday, January 7th, 2016
  • EP 71: Protecting Our Animals

    Paul kicks off 2016 with his colleagues at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society and the Pittsburgh Police Department to discuss the often times horrific manner in which animals are treated and what we all can do to protect those that serve and help all of us.
  • Wednesday, December 30th, 2015
  • EP 70: Bridging 2015 and 2016.

    Paul, Seth, Vincent, Doc Pinsky and a couple of special guests all weigh in on what we have learned from 2015 and most importantly, what we need to differently in 2016 to keep America Safe! From everyone at The Security Brief, we wish all a Happy, Healthy and Peace-filled New Year.
  • Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015
  • EP 69: The Security Brief’s 2015 Good Samaritans

    No better way to start off the warmth and beauty of Christmas Eve than to reflect upon a sampling of regular people doing incredible things to help another. Paul is joined by 3 spectacular public servants as they share their stories of bravery and kindness wrapped within humility. There really is no better way to start this beautiful day than by reflecting on good people that do great things, every day!  A Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and peace-filled Holiday Season to ALL!
  • Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
  • EP 68: Avoiding College related risks

    As parents prepare to select a college for their teens,  Paul invites author and subject matter expert Regina Paul to the studio to blueprint the do’s and don’ts for this process so as to avoid risk to their children at all cost. Regina refers to her recently released book ‘How to find the right college’ as she presents the needed information all parents of high school students.
  • Thursday, December 10th, 2015
  • EP 67: Surviving an active shooter

    Drawing from last week’s terrorist attack in San Bernadino CA, Paul sits down with Mr. Jack Cambria, the recently retired head on NYPD’s famed Hostage Negotiation Team to lay out the steps we need to take to survive if we find ourselves in the midst of a mass shooting and or a hostage situation.  Given the increasingly probability of this happening across America (more than 1/month), this is content everyone needs to know.
  • Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
  • EP 66: Precautions for Holiday Travel

    Perhaps more this year than ever before, traveling internationally during the holidays will bring a significantly higher degree of risk.  Recognizing this, Paul breaks down the various potential risks and lays out solutions that can be easily implemented.  Additionally, Paul is joined by safety specialist Kathleen Baty for her expert opinion on the subject and Doc Pinsky joins for an edition of Doc’s Corner on Stem Cell research.  
  • Wednesday, November 25th, 2015
  • EP 65: Heightened risks surrounding holiday shopping!

    One need to look no further than the local newsstand to appreciate the plethora of risks that are presenting themselves this year as we approach our busiest shopping time. Given all the requests that came in on this subject, Paul maps out the risk to solution scenarios with the Safety Chick herself, Kathleen Baty. Kathleen’s unique approach in concert with Paul’s eye on the terrorist issues makes this episode a must to download.
  • Thursday, November 19th, 2015
  • EP 64: The re-emergence of Russia as a Super-Power

    Recognizing the foreseeability of Russia going head to head with the United States once again, Paul invites General Ralph Clem and longtime friend of the show General Dan Goodrich to take a deep dive into this potentially harmful dilemma. You don’t want to miss this!
  • Thursday, November 12th, 2015
  • EP 63: Chuck Nice!

    Back by popular demand comedian extraordinaire and now fellow CBS Podcaster Chuck Nice joins Paul and Seth for their most unique look at today's news stories. Ranging from the U of Missouri and Rhonda Rousey to the latest Republican debate the guys deliver news commentary with content clarity, insight thoughts and gut busting humor. Jump on to listen.
  • Friday, November 6th, 2015
  • EP 62: The fight against Human Trafficking

    Clearly one of the most horrific crimes in our global community and one deserving of ongoing attention from us all, Paul invites good friend and colleague Kevin Malone to lay out his strategy. Kevin, once considered the ‘Best General Manager in MLB’ has now focused all his efforts to fighting Human Trafficking. Kevin provides an exceptionally strong educational platform on the subject and lays out his strategy through his Foundation Protecting the PATH (People Against Trafficked Humans). This show is for everyone!
  • Thursday, October 29th, 2015
  • EP 61: The Mind Of The Killer Spouse

    The subject of spouse related murder is one of growing concern in America and abroad. Recognizing the seriousness of this, Paul invites one of, if not the, leading subject matter experts in America, Dr. Robi Ludwig into the studio to lay out the foundation, warning signs and resolution strategies surrounding this subject. A must listen to!
  • Thursday, October 22nd, 2015
  • EP 60: The Real Story behind “Married to the Mob”

    We have looked at it before but never before through the eyes of a woman. We are talking about the Mafia and the brutal, realistic AND hard-hitting view of what it is really like to be “Married to the Mob”. Author Suzanne Corso joins Paul for a conversation that far surpasses a peak under the tent. Suzanne’s interview is beyond compelling and as she reveals the unfiltered truth about ‘The Life”.
  • Thursday, October 15th, 2015
  • EP 59: The Horrors of Hazing

    Newsflash to all parents. Hazing starts in middle school and goes right through college. In epidemic proportions hazing is costing lives every year and must be stopped. Paul hits this hard with guest Liane Kowiak, mother of Harrison Kowiak who was pummeled to death during a hazing exercise while pledging a fraternity. Parents, you need to listen to this episode and students this can save your life.
  • Thursday, October 1st, 2015
  • EP 58: College Safety 101

    The Safety Chick herself, Kathleen Baty joins Paul to discuss her 5 key elements to saying safe at college. Drawing from her recently released book, College Safety 101, she and Paul lay out a game-plan every parent and college student need to tune into.
  • Friday, September 25th, 2015
  • EP 57: Workplace Violence

    One need look no further than the local newsstand to know that our workplaces are overflowing with conflict leading to, in many cases, incidents of violence up to and including, homicide. Recognizing this as a significant security concern, Paul dives deep into the core of this conflict with work-life balance expert Samantha Ettus. Together, they break this down from both the employers and employees perspective. Sam’s 5 step approach is something everyone who navigates through some level of conflict at work need to listen to.
  • Wednesday, September 16th, 2015
  • EP 56: Laughing at our reality

    Given the plethora of breaking news stories that fill the air waves with a constant black cloud, Paul decided to switch gears and invite good friend and comedian extraordinaire Chuck Nice into the studio for his expert and fun filled look at current events. Educational, yes, gut busting laughter, no question. So, if you want a good laugh while breaking down the news, join us for this episode.
  • Thursday, September 10th, 2015
  • EP 55: Psychological First Aid

    On the eve of the 14th anniversary marking the September 11th attack on America, Paul pulls back the veil on an issue far too many still suffer with, that being, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Given the significant amount of people grappling with this on a daily basis, Paul and guest Bob VanderPol, one of the leading crisis response mental health clinicians in the country, lay out this issue from understanding its impact, its symptoms, its treatment and the most effective response. Excellent episode for all those contending with PTSD directly, through a loved one and for those interested in learning about this debilitating but manageable disorder.
  • Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
  • EP 54: The behavioral science of stalking

    Like never before on The Security Brief, Paul airs out the horrifying crime of stalking from the eyes of a victim. Paul sits down with Kathleen Baty, one of the foremost stalking experts in the country and a stalking survivor as she tells, in great detail, the horrifying 12 year story of everything she had to endure. Kathleen closes with advice only she can give that presents a level of education on this subject, second to none. No one should miss this episode.
  • Wednesday, August 26th, 2015
  • EP 53: Work Place Violence: The Virginia TV shootings

    Paul takes a hard look at the shooting of two TV journalists in Virginia from both a Work Place Violence perspective and a work-life balance viewpoint. Joined by 4 time author, radio host and work-life subject matter expert Samantha Ettus, they provide unique insight into pre-preemptively resolving conflict and work and home.
  • Wednesday, August 19th, 2015
  • EP 52: The mechanics of Cyber Crime

    Laying it all out there, Paul jumps into the deep end of the cyber-crime pool and breaks down each component with guest and subject matter expert Andrew Donofrio. From who the perpetrators are, who they are focusing on, how they are getting in and how YOU can protect yourself from the devastation of being breeched. Paul and Drew will also speak to the recent news coverage on the ongoing cyber war with China and its long lasting effects.
  • Thursday, August 13th, 2015
  • EP 51: Ferguson 1 year later

    Paul examines the state of affairs in Ferguson MO one year after the town became global news over its police community tragedy. Joined by security expert Eric Konohia they examine the heart breaking fact that this community is no better off than they were a year ago in light of this weeks riots. Paul leaves off with an invite for a more than do-able solution. Tune in and weigh in.
  • Thursday, August 6th, 2015
  • EP 50! Hate Crimes, Life Insurance and tips from Dr. Pinsky!

    Paul hits the hate crime issue straight on with a direct conversation on its causes and effects on America. This is followed by a one on one conversation with special guest Ron Rubin on the need to know information surrounding life insurance. www.
  • Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
  • EP 49: U.S. Marshals

    In the wake of the recent prison break of 2 convicted felons in upstate NY, the oldest Law Enforcemtn agency in our countrys historu, the US Mashalls Service came back in the spot light and raised all sorts of qustions about what their actual misson is. Seeing this, Paul invited retired supervisory of the USMS John Cuff to give our listeners a behind the scenes look at their rich history. From Wyatt Earp to the current day job requirements, Paul and John dive into its very core and illustrate, through a frank discussion, the many factes of this incredible agency.
  • Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
  • EP 48: The Blueprint of Battling Wrongful Convictions

    Paul picks up where he left off with Jeffrey Deskovic on the subject of being wrongfully convicted and serving years or even lifetimes in prison by innocent people. From police and prosecutorial misconduct to the arduous process of reviewing the plethora of cases that come in, every day, Jeff lays out this subject like no other. A must listen to.
  • Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
  • EP 47: The Sicilian Mafia

    Paul explores the genesis of the Mafia with subject matter expert Carl Russo from its origins in Sicily. From its original purpose and the master global business it remain today to the Pope’s head on current day battle with its members as well as the Vatican Bank itself, Carl lays out perhaps one of the most fascinating lessons on the truth behind what has served as one of Americas strongest and most intriguing folklore’s, Cosa Nostra.
  • Thursday, July 9th, 2015
  • EP 46: Massacre In Charleston

    On June 17th, 2015, a suspected white supremacist murdered nine souls at the Emanuel African American Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC leaving our national community numb over the depth of evil displayed by one individual. In typical Security Brief fashion, Paul jumps all over this subject by calling it like it is while he breaks down the various criminal and sociological components with colleagues Pastor Andrew Surace and Mr. Eric Konohia, co-authors of a soon to be released book on Church Safety. Paul concludes with a ‘call to action’ for the entire Security Brief audience asking everyone to weigh in.
  • Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
  • EP 45: Jeffery Deskovic, an innocent man who spent 16 years in prison.

    Paul goes one on one with Jeffery Deskovic, a man who spent 16 years in prison for Rape and Murder, crimes he never committed. Falsely arrested at 16, incarcerated in an adult prison at 17 and forced to stay alive listen to his story as he refused to admit guilt and how that resolve led to his exoneration. UNBELIEVABLE!
  • Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
  • Episode 44: Domestic Kidnapping

    In one of the most compelling, emotional and tragic stories ever to appear on The Security Brief, Paul has a one on one conversation with a woman whose child was stolen from her, at birth, by the hospital she was forced to go to because she is a black woman. Paul’s guest, Brenda, tells her story of how, in the early 1960’s in a hospital located in St. Louis, MO, black women were shuttled there to give birth only to be told they had dies and later to find out they were SOLD for adoption. This show is a call to action to help Brenda locate her daughter as it was 51 years ago (June 24, 1964) that Brenda’s daughter was born. Paul is appealing to everyone to listen and share this episode with everyone you know and everyone they know so WE can help this incredible woman be re-united with her daughter. for TSB library.
  • Wednesday, June 17th, 2015
  • Episode 43: Sexual Harassment in the workplace.

    Given the swirling controversy that continues to surround the omnipresent subject of Sexual Harassment in the workplace, Paul solicits the assistance of Security Brief legal analyst Vincent Ancona to illustrate the various nuances of the laws that speak to this subject. From both an employers and employees perspective, Paul and Vincent thoroughly examine the pertinent definitions outlining the put of bounds markers that all need to know regardless of where you work. All related information will be posted on the TSB web site at
  • Wednesday, June 10th, 2015
  • Episode 42: Kidnapping Trends

    Paul dives into the deep dark world of international kidnapping with FBI Supervisory Special Agent Pete Casson. Paul and Pete benchmark their conversation by illustrating the investigative process of transnational organized crime and extra territorial crimes against Americans. The probability of this and other related crimes, its current growth spurt and the manner in which all those traveling abroad can better protect themselves will be crystalized throughout their discussion. For a drill down on their conversation, go to to view our library.
  • Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
  • Episode 41: Emerging Leaders amidst Emerging Technology

    Paul is joined by 4 incredible brilliant and humble young men who are taking the technology and business world by storm. In a never before granted interview, Paul introduces a new piece of technology, developed by three of these young men that will change the course of corporate cyber-crime. Additionally, the founder of a corporation designed to bring other such entrepreneurs to life, a teenager himself, will lay out this magnificent plan. If you want to walk away feeling GOOD about our future, don’t miss this show. The Security Brief Library can be found at To learn more about The Security Brief TV Show or to join us in our studio audience, go to

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