Here’s Derek Miller talking about business. Utah is famous for a lot of things, including our fast growing tech companies. Among those at the cutting edge of technology is Totem Technologies, which started in Weber County in 2005. CEO Alli Bey is here to tell us more about what they do.


Compliant cybersecurity can seem prohibitive for most small businesses. It’s our mission at Totem Technologies to ensure that small businesses get and stay compliant with ever-changing cybersecurity regulations.

Our world has changed dramatically over the past two decades, especially when it comes to data protection. As we all know, “cybersecurity” is now a buzzword around all aspects of business – costing the global economy more than $ 1 trillion last year alone. This is because our adversaries have turned the theft of intellectual property and other personal digital information into a salable commodity.

Whether you are a government contractor, healthcare provider, or anyone entrusted with private information, you are responsible for protecting that data. Failure to properly protect this information can result in civil or even criminal negligence, but it is especially bad for your reputation. We’re here to help educate and train your business so we can all have a more secure digital environment.


Cyber ​​security attacks are on the increase around the world and Utah is not immune. Last year, businesses in our state lost millions of dollars to cybercriminals. To protect your business and learn more, visit the Totem Technologies website. I’m Derek Miller from the Salt Lake House speaking on business.

This press release was produced by the Salt Lake City House. The opinions expressed are those of the author.

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