About Cyber Easy Learning

Find out a little bit more about Cyber Easy Learning and the people behind it.

Our Mission

We believe that everyone has the fundamental right to protect themselves, their families and businesses against threats from cyber attacks and criminals. Further, that learning the tools and methods to safely use technology and the internet should be easy to learn and understand and should be available to them in plain English, and not obscured by technical jargon or the answered buried in pages of legal documents.

Our training programs, will by their very nature, be easy to understand, accessible to all, communicate and explain in plain English. We have one simple mandate: Empower people to protect themselves, their families and their businesses from cyber risks.

Cyber crime damage costs to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021

CYBERSECURITY VENTURES

“Cybersecurity spending to exceed $1 trillion from 2017 to 2021.”

GARTNER

“Cyber crime will more than triple the number of unfilled cybersecurity jobs, which is predicted to reach 3.5 million by 2021.”

CYBERSECURITY VENTURES

The Team

Dave Tyson & Dawson Barber bring completely different but entirely complementary skills to Cyber Easy Learning. Dave is the expert and brains behind physical and cyber security and all of the Cyber Easy Learning content and Dawson is the marketing and technology wiz who makes it all happen online.

Dave Tyson

Dave Tyson - Co-Founder

Dave has spent 35 years in the security profession - the first 15 of which were spent working for a variety of contract security firms in roles that ranged from mall security to Vice President of Operations.

He has spent the last 20 years in the cyber security space, where he has distinguished himself as one of the leading voices and has held leadership positions with eBay, Nike, PG&E, and SC Johnson & Sons.

He has also served as the President of ASIS.

Dawson Barber

Dawson Barber - Co-Founder

Dawson spent 11 years in the security industry as Vice President of Sales & Marketing and part-owner of a contract security firm whose growth and expansion he helped to spearhead.

He left the security industry in 2002 and went on to senior sales leadership with global HR consulting firm Drake International before starting his own digital marketing & technology development company, which services a number of different security organizations, among many others.