BurgessCT is the personal website of Christopher Burgess, where he shares his thoughts on many of the chronic issues which face our society today in the 21st century.
Hunger: Christopher primarily focuses on bringing to the forefront the needs of those who are food insecure in the United States
Human Trafficking: The United States has a serious issue with respect to the trafficking of persons within our borders. Christopher will share his thoughts on the situation in each of the states which make up the United States with particular emphasis on the sexual exploitation of minors.
Safety & Security: As the title implies, will be full of advice and guidance on keeping you and your family safe online and off. In addition, Christopher will speak the prevelant issues being experienced by our young and elderly in the online world, which end up in exploitation, bullying, or threat to life/property.
Reading and Viewing: My reviews and commentary on books, films, and programs which I have read, viewed, or attended and which I believe others will find of interest.
Presentations: Each year, Christopher is invited to speak at a number of events. This is a quick archive of those events, by year going back five years.
Media: Here is a compilation of interviews provided by Christopher Burgess with both domestic and international media outlets, and organizations.
Events: Christopher picks one or two non-profit organizations to support each calendar year, and engages in efforts to raise money to advance the mission of these organizations. You’ll find both past and current events at this tab.
Secrets Stolen, Fortune Lost: Christopher’s co-authored book. Visit to read about the book, and if you desire purchase a copy.
Huffington Post: Christopher is a regular contributor to Huffington Post, and within this page you will find the archive on those pieces.
Cisco Security Blog: Christopher was a regular contributor to the Cisco Security Blog in his capacity as Senior Security Advisor, and you will find an archive of these pieces on this page.
Infrequent Questions: Questions that aren’t asked very often, but which Christopher believes brings value to the work-life balance necessary in each of our lives, and you’re guaranteed to learn a bit more about Christopher with each of these entries.
You may contact Christopher Burgess at: ctb@BurgessCT.com