Brian Urlacher & Impact Networking: Working in Defense
People don’t often compare football and cybersecurity, but as Brian Urlacher shows with Impact Networking vCISO Humberto Gauna, there are a surprising number of similarities.
From the amount of planning it takes for a successful defense to the most satisfying part of working in the field, Brian and Humberto go over every aspect of their jobs and what it’s like to do the job.
Watch the full video now to see what they have to say, and consider if a career in cybersecurity (or football) is right for you.
Legendary Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher
This video was filmed when Brian Urlacher was Impact Networking’s special guest speaker at our All-Company Meeting in July.
As a Hall of Fame linebacker for the Chicago Bears who has played in the Super Bowl, he knows a thing or two about success, which is what we strive for every day at Impact. That’s what made him such a natural fit to speak to the company, and his thoughts on success were enlightening.
That’s also what made him such a perfect choice to talk about cybersecurity, where winning and losing can affect the entire future of a business.
Cybersecurity at Impact
If you’re looking for thorough, proactive managed cybersecurity, Impact has your network covered.
Every relationship with Impact begins with an in-depth assessment. We find all of your company’s vulnerabilities, then build a custom tech stack designed to fulfill all of your needs, and oversee implementation so nothing falls through the cracks.
From there, we provide regular, cyclical monitoring, allowing us to catch breaches before they can get deep into your system. And our long-term partnership means that we get to know your company almost as well as you do, giving us even greater insight into how we can help you not just stay safe, but grow and expand safely as well.
Brian Urlacher and Impact Networking don’t just go together when it comes to defense. Both also stand for excellence and success, and we’re proud to reflect on what that means together.
Learn more about cybersecurity at Impact today.