John Iannarelli

FBI John Iannarelli is a former FBI Special Agent, keynote speaker, author, consultant, and national television news contributor. He speaks on topics to keep people and businesses safe in the cyber and physical worlds, sharing behind-the-scenes FBI stories while incorporating his unique sense of humor.

Cyber Insurance 101: A Complete Guide

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Cybersecurity threats are a critical concern for businesses in the digital age. As technology advances, the risk of cyber-attacks and data breaches continues to rise, making safeguarding our sensitive information more crucial than ever. This is where cyber insurance comes in. This article will explore cyber insurance, how it works, and why your business should […]

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Top 10 Cyber Threats & Trends to Look Out For in 2023

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According to estimates from Statista’s Cybersecurity Outlook, the global cost of cybercrime is expected to surge in the next five years, rising from $8.44 trillion in 2022 to $23.84 trillion by 2027. Also, according to the 2022 Javelin Strategy Annual Identity Fraud Study, Identity Theft Losses Totaled $52 billion, affecting 42 Million U.S. Adults in 2021. As businesses

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Chris Voss & The Black Swan Group Biography & Information

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Chris Voss is a former FBI negotiator, internationally-recognized speaker, author, CEO, and negotiation expert. His work with the FBI was award-winning, and Voss now uses his experience to help people become better negotiators in every aspect of life. This article looks at who he is, his biography, and his current projects.  Who is Chris Voss?

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The Active Shooter: Responding and Preventing Mass Shootings

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As the threat of active shooter incidents continues to grow, it is more important than ever for organizations and individuals to be prepared to respond to such an event. By understanding the active shooter phenomenon and implementing prevention strategies, we can work towards reducing the risk of these devastating incidents and minimizing damage and casualties.

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Spying or Hyperbole? What Attorney General Barr’s Comments Mean

President Donald Trump has long insisted that the Justice Department under President Barack Obama spied on his campaign during the 2016 election, so he welcomed his attorney general’s apparent validation of that allegation during a Senate hearing Wednesday. “I think what he said was absolutely true,” Trump told reporters at the White House Thursday. “There was absolutely

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9 Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft Today

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In the whirlwind of digitalization, identity theft has become an insidious issue. It’s as though the old-school pickpockets have morphed into the digital pirates of today, ever craving personal information. Now more than ever, it’s crucial to protect your identity. This article will arm you with tools to bolster your defenses against identity theft. Understanding

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How To Become A Quoted Expert For Fox News Channel, Like John Iannarelli

What does an FBI special agent know that you don’t know when it comes to protecting you and your business from terrorism, cybersecurity threats and active shooters? Plenty. But how does he become a quoted expert in the media? Persistence. A frequent contributor for Fox News Channel and other media outlets, John Iannarelli has leveraged

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Answers Sought After FBI Admits Failure to Follow Lead on Shooting Suspect

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WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — The Federal Bureau ofInvestigation admitted Friday that it received a tipabout Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz in January and failed to followup, prompting questions about what the FBI does with leads it receives from thepublic and whether a devastating tragedy could have been averted. Someone close to Cruz called

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