Apr 1, 2021
Alex Rayter is the Principal of Phoenix 2.0, a full-service IT consulting and management firm that provides daily IT management and support to Bay Area organizations of all sizes. Phoenix 2.0 helps its clients boost efficiency and profitability by leveraging technology for business outcomes.
In addition to this, Alex also has a great deal of volunteer experience with organizations such as Operation ELF, Hebrew Free Loan of San Francisco, and the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, and Sonoma Counties.
Do you know how data flows through your organization? Do you have adequate IT documentation for your business? If you don’t feel confident about the answer, it may be time to build a more effective IT infrastructure that will protect your business from dangerous privacy and security risks.
Lacking a clear understanding of your organization’s IT infrastructure doesn’t just inhibit your business’ growth and productivity—it actually poses very real risks to your data privacy and cybersecurity. However, according to Alex Rayter, problematic infrastructure can be remedied in a few different ways—and his IT consulting and management company, Phoenix 2.0, can help you implement all of them. So, how can you start applying Alex’s privacy and security strategies to your business today?
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Alex Rayter, the Principal of Phoenix 2.0, to discuss the importance of well-functioning IT infrastructure. Listen in as Alex shares his perspective on the SolarWinds breach, his tips for communicating with executives about privacy and security risks, and the secret to building an effective network diagram for your business. Stay tuned!