SF ACFE November Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the San Francisco Chapter of the ACFE will hold our next meeting on Monday, November 13, 2017 from 11:30am-1:30 pm. Our meeting will be a combination of Chapter meeting and a special lunch n’ learn presentation with Stephanie Douglas of Guidepost Solutions on  “Insider Threats”. (2 CPE’s will be awarded). A box lunch will be provided to all registered attendees.

Livestream for those who could not make it here

I would also like to give a special thanks to Golden Gate Universityfor stepping up as our main sponsor for this event.

Tickets for the event can be purchased here.

 

Special Presentation Topic: The Insider Threat

 

Managing risk in today’s business environments requires a good understanding of the threats which exist outside our organizations but also those that exist within. The Insider Threat is composed of both intentional and non-intentional actors and accounts for approximately 40% of the data breaches and almost 80% of the thefts of intellectual property which occur within our organizations. Understanding your organization’s risk and having some common sense tools to mitigate it, is the first step to developing a successful Insider Threat strategy.

 

Speaker: Ms. Stephanie Douglas

 

As a Senior Managing Director in the San Francisco office of Guidepost Solutions, Stephanie Douglas, focuses on sensitive internal and white collar crime investigations, corporate security programs, intellectual property (IP) protection and investigations, and proactively educating executives about insider threats. She has extensive experience in the management of criminal and national security investigations, domestic and global security operations and policy development and strategy. Ms. Douglas brings expertise in organizational change management, strategic planning, technology implementation, crisis management, physical security, and emergency planning to her role.
Ms. Douglas has a distinguished career in both private and public sectors. She retired as a Senior Executive from the Federal Bureau of Investigations in 2013 and was recruited by Pacific Gas & Electric. Serving as its Senior Director of Corporate Security, Ms. Douglas oversaw risk mitigation and issue response.In her 23 years at the FBI, Ms. Douglas served in a variety of influential roles. In her last role with the FBI, she served as Executive Assistant Director of the National Security Branch. There she directed all of the FBI’s work related to domestic and international counter-terrorism, counterintelligence, weapons of mass destruction and intelligence matters, which included oversight of the Terrorist Screening Center. In this position, she reported to both the FBI Director and the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Ms. Douglas represented the FBI in discussions of national security policy along with other US Intelligence Community partners. As part of her management responsibilities, she also oversaw both funding and personnel resources for the national security mission of the FBI and served as the Bureau’s Chief Intelligence Officer.Prior to the above position, Ms. Douglas served as the Special Agent in Charge for the FBI’s San Francisco Division for over three years. In this position, she led all investigative and administrative operations of the division including those focused on white collar crime violations.

Location:

 

Golden Gate University

536 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94105

Sixth Floor, Rooms 5202-5210.

 

Please bring both your meeting registration and if needed, cash or check for your meeting/membership dues. We will provide you with a receipt at the event.

 

 

Cost:

Free of Charge for ACFE SF Chapters Members.  The cost to non-members is $25 and will be collected at the time of registration through Eventbrite.

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