Julie Fergerson, Board Chair, is the Vice President of Emerging Technologies at Ethoca and one of the industry’s foremost experts on internet payments fraud. Fergerson has 20 years of experience in the online payments and fraud management industry and holds patents for secure transaction order management processing and preventing fraudulent electronic transactions. She joined Ethoca in 2010 to help drive adoption of its collaborative ecommerce fraud prevention platform. Before joining Ethoca, Fergerson was Vice President of Emerging Technologies at Debix and Co-Founder and Vice President of Emerging Technologies at ClearCommerce. She is a co-founder and board member emeritus of the Merchant Risk Council (MRC) where she created and lead the Victim Assistance Program, a joint effort between the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance, the ITRC and Debix to provide notification and assistance to consumers whose identities have been compromised and found on crime servers by law enforcement. Fergerson contributes to industry journals, books, websites, and government publications; and speaks at such events as the International Association of Privacy Professionals, National Retail Federation, Electronic Transaction Association, Economic Crime Summit, Mastercard University, Merchant Risk Council, NACHA, NRF Loss Prevention and the National White Collar Crime Conference.

Matt Cullina, Vice Chair, is the Chief Executive Officer of CyberScout. He has more than 15 years of experience in insurance industry management, claims and product development. Cullina  as a nationally recognized as a champion on issues related to child identity theft, was recently recognized in Washington, D.C. by Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) for his work in helping identity theft victims, and received a Communitas Award for his work in helping protect foster youth from identity theft. He is a frequent speaker on identity theft topics, and has participated in numerous industry conferences, including an FTC forum on child identity theft issues. 

 

 

Terri Beck, Secretary, is the Vice President of Marketing in the Government and Health Care Division at LexisNexis. She is responsible for leading and driving all marketing strategies and plan development for the Government and Health Care markets. Beck oversees brand awareness, thought leadership, integrated marketing campaigns, market research, events leadership, sales/marketing/market planning alignment, budgetary responsibility, PR and analyst relations, social media, relationship development with strategic organizations, and elevating the customer experience. She has more than 25 years of experience and leadership in all aspects of marketing; advertising; public relations; strategic events; communications; business development; channel/partner relations; customer experience and engagement.

 

 

Paul Bond is a partner at Reed Smith LLP, a global law firm.  From his Princeton, New Jersey office, Paul helps lead the firm’s Information Technology, Privacy & Data Security practice.  Reed Smith was named “2015 Firm of the Year in Data Protection and Security” by Legal 500 United States.  Paul has helped defend clients from more than 75 putative class actions involving privacy and cybersecurity issues.  In addition, Paul teaches Information Security Law at Carnegie Mellon University and is a Chair of the Privacy & Cyber Security Committee for the New Jersey Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section.

 

 

Mike Cook is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer and of XOR Data Exchange and has more than 25 years of experience building data sharing solutions for risk, operational efficiencies and compliance. In 2002, Cook co-founded ID Analytics, building it from concept stage into a high-growth, profitable company serving more than 280 enterprise clients, including five million consumers. He was also a member of the executive team which developed Consumer Credit Associates (now Innovis) into the “fourth national credit bureau” and he has held senior management roles with Experian, Early Warning Services and American Express.

 

 

 

Matthew Donahue is a strategy consultant with roots in the telecommunications and defense industries. He headed successful change management initiatives with federal and state government agencies. The latest was with the Indiana Department of Revenue where Mr. Donahue helped the Department save more than $200 million and notify thousands of identity theft victims.  The Indiana Department of Revenue received “Thank You” letters from taxpayers because of the added identity theft protections.  He is currently working with Intuit and Oliver Wyman to assist them in tackling identity theft and other large systemic issues within the entire taxation ecosystem.  Mr. Donahue also supports the IRS Security Summit process. He served his country as a communicator in United States Army Special Operations.  An Indiana native, Mr. Donahue earned both his MBA and bachelor’s degree from Purdue University.
 

 

Susan Grant is the Director of Consumer Protection with the Consumer Federation of America where she focuses on the issues of privacy, identity theft, telemarketing and other general consumer protection issues. Ms. Grant heads CFA’s Consumer Protection Institute, conducts CFA’s annual Consumer Complaint Survey, and is a recognized authority on combating consumer fraud and deception. Grant started her career in 1976 in the Consumer Protection Division of the Northwestern Massachusetts District Attorney’s Office and subsequently held positions at the National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators and National Consumers League before joining the CFA staff in 2008.

  

 


Stewart Roberts
is the Vice President of Global Security for Qualcomm and manages the company's brand protection and global security programs. Prior to Qualcomm, he was a Special Agent with the FBI for 27 years spending 20 years of his career in the San Diego Field Office where he specialized in White Collar Crime investigations. As a Supervisor in San Diego, he managed the Health Care Fraud Squad, the Applicant and Civil Rights Squad, and the Cyber Squad. He later served as a Unit Chief in the FBI's Cyber Division where he was responsible for the national development of Cyber Task Forces and later investigative support for international cyber investigations. From 2009 to 2013, he served as the FBI's Legal Attaché in Rome coordinating joint operations with Italian and Maltese authorities to counter cyber, national security, and criminal threats.

  

 

Robert Siciliano is the Chief Executive Officer of IDTheftSecurity.com. With more than 30 years of experience in this field, Siciliano’s media credentials include contributions to TIMEThe New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Forbes, among others. He has appeared  as a guest commentator on The Anderson Cooper ShowThe Today Show, CBS Early Show, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, Inside Edition, and Extra and has authored three books on the subject of identity theft.

 

 

 

Directors Emeritus

Ron Davis, Senior Director, Brand Protection, QUALCOMM Incorporated

James Lee, Executive Vice President of Waratek, an application security company, former Chairman of the ANSI Identity Theft Prevention and Identity Management Standards Panel (IDSP), and former Senior Vice President and Chief Public & Consumer Affairs Officer for ChoicePoint Inc.

Dr. Charles E. Nelson, Ph.D., Psychologist, Director of the Crime and Trauma Recovery Program, San Diego; Founder of Family Treatment Institute

 

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