the public speaker that will steal your sh1t!
AN EXPERIENCE FOR YOUR PEOPLE THAT WILL EDUCATE AND ENTERTAIN
Engaging and Entertaining...
“Saw Paul give a show/talk about security, he presents in a very engaging and entertaining way how easy it is to lose personal information and how vulnerable even big and "secure" businesses are.”
— Lucy Rumming, Managing Director at The Willows Insurance Services
The MentalTheft Book
I do a lot of my work at big corporate events. But the messaging I give is valid for everyone.
I have written the MentalTheft book to help individuals protect themselves from scammers and thieves.
Security of the Mind
YOUR TECHNOLOGY IS SECURE, BUT ARE THE MINDS OF YOUR PEOPLE?
In my career, I have robbed jewellers, stolen secrets and hypnotized unsuspecting victims. I am not a master criminal, I am a hypnotist, mind reader and magician. But what if I were the enemy? What could I achieve?
As an expert in psychometrics, body language and sleight of hand I provide the security and military world with insight and training so that they can help to secure the weakest link in the chain of security - the human mind.
CORPORATE EVENT SPEAKING
Don't just book a speaker to entertain at your corporate event. As well as stunning your guests with magic, I will help to educate them with interesting stories and scary facts about security.
Make your event one to remember with a keynote speaker with a difference
With years of experience, I can entertain and educate your guests.
Known all over the UK, and even across the world, I will draw in the crowds and leave them with a lasting impression.
If you are wanting to have THE memorable event of the year, you need someone who will wow and amaze, and even scare your guests!
EXHIBITION KEYNOTE SPEAKER
If you are hosting an exhibition, you are probably going to try and draw in visitors with keynote speakers.
With me you get both entertaining and informative, whatever your industry
Did I seriously just say Sh1t in the title?
Its hard hitting, people take notice. But there's more to it than that. In the early days of computing people used passwords such as God, but these days a lot of people use swearwords - common passwords are the easiest to crack. People also often change letters for numbers that look similar, thinking that these are more difficult to hack. They are not! So although this is a provocative title to my talks, it really does have a strong foundation in what I do.