Safeguarding the Company’s Data

Lessons Learned from Law Enforcement, the FBI and Cyber Investigators

Kroll and Fennemore Craig invite you to learn where your real vulnerabilities reside and how Boards of Directors and Management should plan for internal and external cyber threats.

Fennemore Craig Phoenix office
2934 East Camelback Road, Suite 600
Phoenix AZ 85016-3429
May 14, 2015
8:00 AM

Registration: 7:30 a.m. PST (please complete the form below)

In today’s information economy, data can be your organization’s most valuable asset. Yet, with the rise of mobile technology, cloud computing and an exponentially growing volume of digital information, keeping that data secure also becomes one of your greatest challenges.

Kroll and Fennemore Craig invite you to learn where your real vulnerabilities reside and how Boards of Directors and Management should plan for internal and external cyber threats.

Discover the responsibilities of and the role an organization’s Board of Directors should play in planning and setting the right tone for management around protocol for cyber risk. Learn the key questions boards should be asking management and obtain insights on how to collaborate with law enforcement, regulators, vendors, and other companies as a panel of experts deconstructs a breach scenario.

Featured Speakers

Melvin Glapion, Managing Director, Head of Kroll's Los Angeles Office

Melvin Glapion is a managing director and Office Head for the Kroll Los Angeles office. Melvin has more than 16 years’ experience leading complex investigations for intellectual property, trade secret, internal fraud, cyber security, M&A and due diligence. Previously based in Kroll's London office, Melvin has led teams of professionals in conducting various risk mitigation and strategic growth engagements, such as reputational reviews and audits, business intelligence, investigations, market entry and shareholder disputes.

Jonathan Fairtlough, Managing Director, Deputy Practice Leader, Cyber Security Investigations, Kroll

Jonathan Fairtlough is a managing director with Kroll’s Cyber Investigations practice based in Los Angeles. He joined Kroll after a distinguished career with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office where he served as both a prosecutor and co-founder of the office’s High Technology Division. At Kroll, Jonathan leads teams that provide comprehensive investigative services for digital forensics, data breach response and complex cyber-crimes.

James R. Knapp, Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA), District of Arizona

James R. Knapp is a Section Chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Phoenix, Arizona. He joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in 2006 and has prosecuted fraud, computer crime, public corruption, and border crimes. He graduated from Arizona State University and after law school he clerked for Judge Sheldon H. Weisberg at the Arizona Court of Appeals.


Sarah Strunk, Director, Fennemore Craig

Ms. Strunk is the Chair of the Board of Directors of Fennemore Craig and practices in the area of business and finance law with substantial experience with mergers and acquisitions, securities compliance, public private partnerships and corporate governance. She joined Fennemore Craig in 2000 and earned her law degree from the University of Kansas and her LL.M. from New York University School of Law. Her professional honors include an AV® Preeminent ™ Peer Review Rating (the highest rating available) by Martindale-Hubbell Best Lawyers in America; Chambers USA leading lawyers for business; the International Who’s Who of Mining Lawyers; Southwest Super Lawyer® in mergers and acquisitions; Arizona’s Top Lawyers by Arizona Business Magazine; and one of Arizona’s 50 Most Influential Women in Business by Arizona Business Magazine.


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