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Entrepreneur and Cybersecurity Expert, Greg Hanna, Signs Publishing Deal With TechnologyPress™ To Co-Author New Book, Sitting Ducks

June 1, 2017


Greg Hanna will team up with other leading cyber security experts to release the new book, Sitting Ducks, by TechnologyPress™.

Shouthborough, MA –June 1, 2017 – President and CEO of TOSS Corporation, Greg Hanna, has just been signed to join a select group of IT experts across the United States to co-write the forthcoming book titled, Sitting Ducks. Nick Nanton, Esq. along with business partner, JW Dicks, Esq., leading agents for authors worldwide, recently signed a publishing deal with each of these authors to contribute their expertise to the book, which will be released under their TechnologyPress™ imprint.

Sitting Ducks is tentatively scheduled for release in fall 2017 and will serve as a resource for businesses owners and professionals alike to take the necessary precautions to protect their critical information from online threats.

Unsuspecting and often unwary businesses and their personnel are often Sitting Ducks to cyber-criminals. In this digital age, it’s important to understand the risks associated with protecting your business and critical information from online threats. Sitting Ducks is compiled of excerpts from IT professionals, business leaders, and entrepreneurs, each of whom contributed their expertise on various methods of cyber security and the protection of information systems from theft or damage.

About Greg Hanna:

Greg Hanna is an entrepreneur, speaker, best-selling author, and seasoned business executive. Leveraging over 30 years of industry experience, Greg helps CEO’s, Presidents, and owners apply the appropriate blend of security, reliability, performance and savings to their IT system, enabling them to achieve their critical business initiatives. Greg has a long history of identifying, developing and launching leading edge technology services, years ahead of industry adoption.

 

Greg is currently the President and CEO of TOSS Corporation, the IT industry’s most in-demand cybersecurity and cloud computing company specializing in highly effective technology strategies bringing true efficiency, agility, and increased productivity to US based businesses. He is a graduate of the University of Rochester, and his business passion is helping companies get out of the technology business by providing them with his IT as a Utility® platform, which is an enterprise-class cloud delivered IT system complete with provisioning portal, cybersecurity, and 24/7 service and support. Greg’s customer service philosophy is, “If each client feels like they are the only TOSS client, we’re succeeded.”

 

Greg is the author of Computers Should Just Work!, and a Best Selling Author for Easy Prey. He has been featured in many publications including National Law Journal, Journal of Investment Compliance, Cybercrime: Current Perspectives, and has been a featured speaker at numerous ALA, ILTA, MGMA, and other Legal, Healthcare and IT events and conferences.

 

 

You can find Greg at:

Greg.Hanna@TOSS.net

www.Twitter.com/GregHannaCEO

www.linkedin.com/in/GregHannaCEO

About TechnologyPress™:

TechnologyPress™ is a leading business and technology book publisher that publishes books from thought leaders around the world. TechnologyPress™ has published books alongside Robin Robins and other Cybersecurity experts. TechnologyPress™ is an imprint in partnership with CelebrityPress® LLC. CelebrityPress® has published books alongside Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, Dan Kennedy, Dr. Ivan Misner, Robert Allen, Michael Gerber, Tom Hopkins, and many of the biggest experts across diverse fields.

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Contact:

Courtney Hall

Dicks + Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency®

800-980-1626

courtney@dnagency.com

 

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Greg Hanna, CelebrityPress, TechnologyPress, publishing deal, author, celebrity experts, Nick Nanton, JW Dicks, Celebrity Branding Agency, Cyber Security, IT Expert, Sitting Ducks




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