Weak Passwords Account for 76% of Attacks On Corporate Networks.

Protect Yourself: Train Your Team to Create and Remember Hack-Proof Passwords


An essential (yet entertaining) presentation for your next event.

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“I told at least five people within 24 hours about the exercises we did and their impact. Awesome!”
— Consulting Alliance

Brad Zupp's presentations are:

Brad with Team USA Silver Medal at The World Memory Championships in Chengdu, China 2015.

Brad with Team USA Silver Medal at The World Memory Championships in Chengdu, China 2015.

  • Universally appealing. Everyone is willing to do their part for cyber security, if it's easy. Brad makes it easy to create, remember, and use secure passwords. Remembering stronger passwords makes your data and system more secure.
  • Unique. Not another motivational speech or boring seminar that participants quickly forget or dismiss. Attendees practice and put the tools to use, before even leaving the session.
  • Amazing. It's incredible what he mind can do! People see for themselves what they can accomplish as they improve their memories.
  • Fun! People are concerned with brain health. They love laughing and having fun while participating in improving their minds.

Startling Statistics about Online Security & Memory

  • 90% of All Passwords Are Vulnerable to Hacking

"Even passwords that are considered strong are vulnerable because users can't remember them, new research says." ~ Business Insider

  • Nearly 3 out of 4 Consumers Use Duplicate Passwords

"Many have not been changed in five years or more. Unsurprisingly, about 40 percent...say they had a 'security incident' in the past year.." ~ Entrepreneur magazine

  • 95% of All Security Breaches at the Workplace Are Because of Human Error ~ Avast

Protect yourself - and your business - online. Remember every password, every time.

How vulnerable are you online?

Do you use the same password for more than one website?

Are any of your passwords shorter than 12 characters?

Do any of your passwords follow the most common formats?

Do you ever have trouble remembering passwords?

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, your online life is vulnerable. The powerful yet easy-to-learn techniques in this book will save you time, money, and frustration while protecting your privacy.

Brad Zupp is a memory improvement expert who competes internationally as a memory athlete, has appeared on The Today Show, Good Day New York, The Dr. Steve Show, National Public Radio, and in the LA Times and USA Today. He regularly speaks and writes about memory, including why we forget passwords and how to remember them to bulletproof your online security. In this enjoyable and engaging book, he guides you through:

  • How to create your own passwords that are hack-proof yet unforgettable – make your life easier and safer

  • How to remember any assigned password, no matter how complex – impress your IT department and management

  • How to build your personal password system - take your online security to the next level

  • 21 easy and fun exercises – learn and perfect your abilities

With a series of simple, clear chapters, you’ll be up and running in no time. You’ll enjoy improving not only your passwords, but also your memory, creativity, and cybersecurity.

If you’ve ever worried about getting hacked or wondered if your passwords are good enough, this book is for you. Click here for more. 

25 years on stage as a full-time entertainer, plus record-setting memory abilities, equals a presenter who can not only capture your audience's attention, but show them how to supercharge their memories...all while having fun.


Upon turning 40, Brad noticed a sharp decline in his memory abilities. Determined to not live with a 'natural' memory decline as he aged, he threw himself into memory improvement and discovered the 'secret' that he shares with audiences worldwide: exercising our memories is absolutely necessary, but it can be easy and even fun.

At age 47, Brad's memory is sharper than ever. He's living proof that we don't have to struggle to remember secure passwords, feel embarrassed when we forget the names of people we meet, miss appointments, rely on notes for speeches, or forget what our families, friends and coworkers tell us.

Brad's Accomplishments Include

  • Enriching the lives of tens of thousands of adults and students by showing them how to remember better 
  • Set the American record (twice) for memorizing spoken digits at one per second, never read or reviewed at the World Memory Championships
  • Memorized 10.5 decks of shuffled playing cards perfectly in order in one hour (WM Championships)
  • Memorized one deck of shuffled playing cards in 85 seconds (World Memory Championships)
  • Frequently memorizes the names of dozens of audience members at his presentations
  • Memorized 1,250 binary digits (100110101101...) in 30 minutes (World Memory Championships)
    Preparing to memorize 14 decks of shuffled playing cards. China, World Memory Championships 2014.


Preparing to memorize 14 decks of shuffled playing cards. China, World Memory Championships 2014.

Brad's Background

At age 17, with parent permission, Brad "ran away" to join Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. He traveled the world as a professional juggler and entertainer for 15 years, performing at corporate events, on cruise ships and at theme parks. 

At 32, Brad put performing on the back burner and settled down, pursuing careers as first a top-performing Realtor, achieving Coldwell Banker's Diamond Society Award and winning his office's Customer Service Award all three years he was in that office. 

He then went on to a successful career as a financial planner with tens of millions of dollars of assets under his management, as well as a series 7 license and AAMS designation from the College for Financial Planning.  

Brad understands the importance of keeping audiences engaged and laughing. His success at sales, prospecting, customer service and getting referrals makes him perfect to speak for all types of business groups: he's been right there with them and understands what they're going through.