Scott Goldman is the co-founder and CEO of TextPower Inc., which provides personalized and bulk notifications via text messaging to utilities, municipalities, universities and enterprises. He is also an independent director on the board of a $2 billion Fortune 1000 company and has a long track record of wireless, Internet and cybersecurity firsts and successes.
He is a veteran of the wireless industry and holds two patents in cybersecurity two-factor authentication (2FA) technology used for identity access management (IAM). He is known as a dynamic, entrepreneurial executive with deep knowledge and personal contacts at high levels of industry. He has worked closely with companies globally in the development, planning and launching of advanced wireless, Internet and cybersecurity technologies.
For years Mr. Goldman has been conceptualizing, launching, building, operating, licensing and, in several cases, selling technology businesses around the world. He has traveled to more than 20 countries to assist startups, governments and enterprises, and he has written books, magazine articles and blog posts and given keynote speeches at major industry events around the world. He has also been interviewed more than 500 times in major print, radio, TV, and webcast media.
His specialties include executive management, strategic planning, product development, regulatory matters and public relations.
An avid cyclist, Mr. Goldman rides more than 6,000 miles per year through the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains near his home.
For a detailed look at Mr. Goldman's history, visit BeCyberAware.com or his YouTube channel.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Scott Goldman and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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