Cybersecurity has continued to be a trending topic in the Channel since the beginning of the pandemic. With heightened risks online from the increase in employee remote work, now more than ever, agents should be talking to customers about investing in security solutions. Join the TBI Talks Tech team as they sit down with Tech Guru and Security Architect, Jim Bowers, to discuss the security concerns that have come about this year and how TBI partners can transition into a conversation about cybersecurity solutions with their customers. Interested in booking a time to talk with Jim Bowers or another Tech Guru? Visit: https://bit.ly/3lNcMl8
Jim Bowers is Security Architect for TBI, a Chicago-based master agent. An authority in cybersecurity, Bowers has more than 20 years of in-depth security engineering knowledge gained in finance, healthcare, manufacturing and technology. His expertise ranges from architecting complete security infrastructure, to assessments for vulnerabilities, risk management to phishing training and simulation, DDOS mitigation, endpoint protection and Managed SOC.
Part 1 with Coach Jim Bowers of Corona High School
I Re-present the 2%
Coach Bowers has coached wrestling since 1990. A D-1 wrestler himself at California State University Fullerton Coach Bowers has been igniting youth with his passion for the sport of wrestling at Corona High School for 21 years. Listen to his keys to success, and how he demands selflessness from all the wrestlers in his program.
Jimbo Pap's members don't wear rhinestoned Nudie suits like the Flying Burrito Brothers did, or like so many of their current peers continue to — in fact, they declare that right away, in the first verse of their debut LP’s first track— but they do represent a modern, updated version of their city's roots-rock legacy. This is a band that makes honest, relatable music about heartaches, tough breaks and city life with coed vocals and a wry sense of humor that doesn’t strain to be overly clever. In 2019 there’s nothing new about the alchemy of country and rock music, but the devil—as always— is in the details: the way musical artists transfuse these elements is what yields distinction within what we usually refer to as Americana music. It Can Always Get Worse straddles borders, nodding to some decidedly old-school influences while still living in a semi-modern, rock-influenced world.
Episode 21 - Drinking Hard Seltzer with our Purse Dogs and Bear McQueery (With Jim Bowers)
Just Surprise Me
On this Episode JimmyB joins the guys again. This time his levels are better, but still... STAY ON THE MIC JIMMY!!! We talk about pets, soundtracks, non Star Trek Sc-Fi, and create a supergroup using only members of bands relevant on MTV in the 90s.