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In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Angel Rojas, CEO of DataCorps Technology Solutions, Inc. Angel discusses what cybersecurity is all about and the five best practices that every business should implement.

Episode Highlights:

  • Angel shares his background. (2:10)
  • Angel shares what he sees in the current marketplace. (9:58)
  • Angel mentions what is a ransomware attack. (10:45)
  • Angel explains the five best practices that every business should implement. (13:56)
  • Angel shares a story about a client that got hit by a ransomware event. (17:46)
  • Angel mentions the five-step process of the Cybersecurity Framework. (20:51)
  • Angel shares how to think differently about how you do things. (34:42)
  • Angel shares his experience working with the FBI and the Secret Service. (37:54)
  • Angel explains why there should be more collaboration within their industry. (48:14)

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The most important thing I do is to help you see around the corners by making sure you’re focused on what you do and focused on serving your clients. I focus on helping you see what’s around the corners with your technology and also see where I can add value like. Adding value by being on the podcast and helping you share some of the cyber perspectives on insurance.” – Angel Rojas
  • “Let’s take all the sins that we committed last year and let’s just accept the fact that we committed them. Then let’s just start cleaning up all the mess that’s left behind.” – Angel Rojas
  • “Sometimes you have to dig through the network and find those answers. At the end of the day, the very first thing you need to do is perform that risk assessment and decide that you’ve got a problem. If you don’t know that you don’t have the problem, you have the problem. That’s just non-negotiable.” – Angel Rojas

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