The Biggest Hack In History – From Russia

August 6, 2014 — Leave a comment

Russian Hackers Steal 1.2 Billion IDs

This is a Big Hack…Something to Create a Briefing From

Have you read The Challenger Sale yet?

Everyone is talking about this book – sales organizations see the wisdom in what Matthew Dixon is saying…in case you’re not familiar with it – education or an educational message with unexpected revelations is central to the successful sales call.

What’s missing from the book are the topics that work – that’s because the Challenger Sale’s model is a generic sales book. If you look back at The House & the Cloud, a book I published in 2007, you’ll see a clear picture of what the Challenger sales process would look like if you were going after technology sales…

What does this have to do with the Russian Hack?

According to the New York Times Article – “A gang of Russian hackers appears to have amassed a stockpile 1.2 billion usernames and passwords as its members roamed the Internet targeting online users, according to a new report from a private security company.”

As the video indicates (see above), it’s funny we have not heard much from the Government – NSA, or FBI on this. Rather we have this little report from Hold in Wisconsin.

Watch the video…I’ll keep tabs on this and provide some updates.

But here’s the point – This is the type of news you want to create your briefings from.  If you’re planning on doing a lunch & learn type event in the fall, now is the time to be setting up your invitations, and this is the type of headline you’re looking for. If you are just going out on prospecting calls, the same is true. You can follow the old Solution Selling model and ask everyone what is keeping them up at night, or you can come in with something a little more interesting.

To find out exactly how to leverage this and other hot security topics in your prospecting, be sure to sign up for my upcoming training online – August 12th.  It’s free for Resellers…so get signed up!

Here’s the link to get a seat <<< Sign up now.

© 2014, David Stelzl

 

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