Melanie is a top rated business consultant with over 15 years working in digital strategy and security. Melanie founded MVR Solutions, a technology firm dedicated to helping front line employees and small business owners protect the most valuable resources, in 2009. She has advised multiple not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions and government agencies regarding management of online reputations and creation of proper security policies and procedures.
For the past 20 years, Melanie Rhora has had a wide range of roles in the Canadian technology sector. She is also the Founder and CEO of the Cyber Smart Canada Inc., a Canadian Social Enterprise headquartered in Southwestern, Ontario. Cyber Smart Canada’s mission is to keep kids safe online.
Learn simple steps to keep your business running without wasting money on technology problems
Simple technology changes? YES! Technology can be simple when you understand the how's and whys.
Truth is technology WILL save your sanity!
Data breaches have major negative impacts on business and lives. Studies indicate the real problem is a lack of awareness and training.
Your staff doesn't need to be IT experts to improve business security. Simple measures can make all the difference.
"If you want to know the idea behind secure passwords for each of your many needs, follow MVR's straightforward system for accurate and fast recall. If you believe your client information is secure, add in their foolproof methods anyway."
Sue Bennett, Individual Representative, WorldVentures Travel, St. Thomas, ON
"I took your advice on many quick fixes just this morning and feel better knowing my information is better protected. Thanks for the wise words."
Monika Chestnut, Advisor,Chestnut Financial Services, London, ON
"Melanie is a great instructor. She is very patient and answers all questions in a manner that can be understood by non-technical users. Choosing Melanie Rhora to train our faculty and staff was the best decision we made!"
Luiz Capretz, Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Western University