Cybersecurity Adviser Derly Gutierrez on DIY Cyber Guy

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Episode Title: #37 – Text-Message Security Codes No Longer “Good Enough”

Derly Gutierrez, MBA & MISM, CISSP, CISM, CCSK
Chief Security Adviser

Derly Gutierrez is a InfoSec leader with 20+ yrs. of expertise in protecting fast pace organizations.  He is known for managing application security, cyber risk, and architecture teams, while employing next-gen security in state of the art environments. 
With four degrees and 12 certifications, he has served the US Air Force, US Army, the NSA, and a few Fortune 500 companies.
Derly frequently blogs and post articles from his LinkedIn page and has a cybersecurity Podcast on YouTube.


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David W. Schropfer

David W. Schropfer is the CEO of SAFE (Smartphone Authentication For Everyone), a cybersecurity company in New York (  Every day, he and his team of professionals keep the people who use The SAFE Button protected from some of the most common traps, hacks and attacks that target computer systems of all sizes. David is the author of the bestselling cybersecurity book, Digital Habits: 5 Simple Tips to Help Keep You and Your Information Safe Online. His previous books, including The Smartphone Wallet and industry whitepapers, predicted some of the biggest trends in the payments, mobile, and security industries.  Since graduating Boston College, David earned an Executive MBA from the University of Miami.

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