The FIDO Alliance
Brett McDowell is the Executive Director of the FIDO Alliance, the organization he helped establish in 2012 to remove the world’s dependency on passwords through open standards for strong authentication. Mr. McDowell manages the strategic direction of the FIDO Alliance and coordinates its liaison activities with numerous external industry groups, standards bodies and government agencies worldwide. Previously, Mr. McDowell was Head of Ecosystem Security at PayPal, where he developed strategies, lead initiatives, and spearheaded their authentication strategy to make the Internet safer for PayPal and their customers. He and his team drove several open standards and won a CSO40 award for innovation in authentication. Mr. McDowell has held several leadership positions including founding Management Council Chairman for the NSTIC IDESG, co-founder and Chairman of DMARC.org, Treasurer for the National Cyber Security Alliance, Secretary for StopBadWare.org, and Vice President for FIDO Alliance. Prior to joining PayPal in 2010, Mr. McDowell managed a number of IEEE-ISTO initiatives, serving as Executive Director for Kantara Initiative, Liberty Alliance Project, and VoiceXML Forum. Mr. McDowell has extensive industry standards experience having worked with IETF, ISO, ITU-T, ANSI, OASIS, W3C, IEEE and the ETSI ICT Standards Board.
General Manager of the Identity & Security Operations, Microsoft
Dustin Ingalls has been a leader at Microsoft for the past 21 years. Mr. Ingalls is currently the General Manager of the Identity & Security Operations team within Microsoft’s Information Security & Risk Management organization. The team’s responsibilities include Identity & Access Management, Information Protection, High Risk Environments, Security Monitoring (SOC), Incident Response, and Security Analytics. Mr. Ingalls’ previous 7 years were spent leading the Operating System Security Program Management team in delivering core security features to all Windows products: Phone, Tablet/PC, Windows Server, IoT/Embedded Systems and Xbox, including core cypto, Public Key Infrastructure features, authentication protocols, biometrics, data protection (BitLocker, Encrypting File System), smart cards, and more. Prior to working on the security team, Mr. Ingalls was the General Manager for Microsoft’s SoftGrid development team in Boston, Product Unit Manager for System Center Configuration Manager, and General Manager for IT Global Operations with responsibility for managing Microsoft’s corporate data centers & networks worldwide.
Product Management Director, Information Security, Google
Sam Srinivas is Product Management Director, Information Security at Google and is responsible for various external and internal security initiatives. His team leads Google’s existing and new products in consumer strong authentication, such as 2-step verification, and he works in close coordination with Google’s Identity team. Prior to Google, Mr. Srinivas was Chief Technologist in the Security Business Unit at Juniper Networks. He came to Juniper through the $400M acquisition of a startup he co-founded, Neoteris, which established the SSL-VPN remote access category. Earlier, Mr. Srinivas was at Healtheon (WebMD), Microsoft Research and Rockwell. Mr. Srinivas has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University.
Vice President, Field Marketing, Payment, North America, Oberthur Technologies
At Oberthur Technologies, Philip Andreae, Vice President, Field Marketing, Payment, North America, provides clients an in-depth understanding of EMV and what it takes to introduce EMV in the U.S. He supports all of Oberthur Technologies’ EMV business development efforts and compliments and further expands and defines the company’s EMV offer in order to meet new requirements merging in the U.S. Over the last 20+ years, Mr. Andreae has been actively involved in the payment industry and the evolution of EMV. While at Europay International, he was the executive responsible for driving the creation of the consortium that developed the EMV specification. At Visa Canada, Mr. Andreae was a primary catalyst in the country’s migration to EMV. He helped define American Express’ global acquiring and issuing of EMV contact, contactless, and mobile strategies and provided management consulting and subject matter expertise in the fields of EMV, mobile, and card payments at Accenture. Mr. Andreae successfully operated as a strategic consultant in both Europe and North America and worked with clients such as AT&T, Canadian Tire, Lowe’s, Verifone, and IBM.
Distinguished Engineer, Executive Director of Software & Systems Security, Lenovo
Joe Pennisi has established a substantial reputation for his Personal Computer technical expertise over the past 25 years. Since joining IBM in 1991, he has held technical leadership positions in desktop system development, software development and system and software security. He is currently a Distinguished Engineer within Lenovo’s Ecosystem & Cloud Services business and owns responsibility for developing and driving Lenovo’s Security strategy for its Personal Computer and Windows Ecosystem & Cloud Services businesses. His expertise spans multiple knowledge domains within the PC industry, from his foundation of system design experience in hardware, ASICs, logic boards and BIOS, to system manufacturing and system service, application software architecture, development and processes. Throughout these activities he lead many of the security initiatives in both hardware and software – from developing IBM’s first pluggable TPM designs, to driving all IBM/Lenovo commercial fingerprint initiatives since first introduced in ThinkPad in 2004. He continues to influence and drive security into products from hardware to BIOS to software. His presence in FIDO as a founding Board member can be traced back to his first introduction to the concept in 2010, and is driven by his recognition of how this standard benefits the entire on-line authentication ecosystem.
Senior Director of Technology, RSA
Kayvan Alikhani is senior director of technology at RSA. Prior to joining RSA in 2013, he was co-founder and CEO of PassBan (acquired by RSA in 2013), a company focused on mobile security & identity. Before starting PassBan, Mr. Alikhani was CEO of LiteScape Technologies, where he led the company’s strategy and roadmap for 9 years, creating solutions in the fields of VOIP security and mobile collaboration. Mr. Alikhani joined LiteScape from BeNotified (MagNetPoint) Software, a mobile communication solution provider which he had co-founded and served as CTO. Mr. Alikhani also co-founded and was VP of Engineering of AVIRNEX, an international provider of enhanced fixed and mobile communication services. Earlier, he served in product development roles at Microsoft and Siemens. With 25+ years of experience in software product development, Mr. Alikhani serves as technical board advisor to multiple high-tech companies in the Silicon Valley. Mr. Alikhani has a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering.
Vice President, Chip Card & Security ICs, Infineon Technologies North America Corporation
Joerg Borchert was born in Hamburg, Germany. He studied Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. He achieved his PhD in Economics before he joined Siemens AG in 1988. Initially Dr. Borchert was on the staff of the Corporate Board of Directors handling Mergers & Acquisitions in Munich, Germany. In 1992 he joined Siemens Semiconductor which became Infineon Technologies in 1999. Dr. Borchert moved to the US in 1998 when he was appointed Vice President. He worked for three years in the wireless division and has more than 10 years experience in the security and chip card semiconductor area. He was instrumental for the roll out of the German Payment Smart Cards in 1996 and the success of the world’s largest electronic Passport program in US. In 2008 he became VP and General Manager for the Business Line Government ID. The major success has been the business win of the German National ID card system in fall 2010. Dr. Borchert took over in September 2010 the responsibility for Chip Card and Security in the region Americas. He got elected in 2012 as President and Chairman of the Trusted Computing Group http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org/. He resides in the US HQs in Milpitas, CA. Currently he and his team is involved in semiconductor security solutions for the smart grid and mission critical embedded systems. He contributed to four patent filings in this area. He has one daughter and his favorite sports are sailing, skiing, mountaineering and playing beach volley with his daughter.
Director of Security Marketing, ARM Holdings
Rob Coombs is Director of Security Marketing, Systems and Software Division at ARM and has over 20 years’ experience in mobile, embedded solutions, SoCs, software and security. Mr. Coombs previously ran the global mobile segment for ARM before being part of the exec team that started the open source organisation, Linaro. Most recently, at ARM, he has led the activities to accelerate the use and deployment of TrustZone based Trusted Execution Environments as a secure enclave for connected devices. Mr.Coombs holds a MEng in Microelectronics from Durham University and is based in the UK.
Identity Evangelist, Yubico
At Yubico, John Fontana focuses on the evolution of authentication and cultivating awareness around emerging standards-based authentication options that present security and privacy enhancements for both enterprises and individuals. In addition, he uses his media and social media expertise to spread understanding of identity and strong authentication and how they improve online security. He uses all he’s learned to tell stories about great technology, to build relationships and to earn trust. His goal is to make businesses and organizations smarter about technology’s benefits with the belief that smart people will encourage smart products. Mr. Fontana spent the first 12 years of his career in the newspaper business only to discover the Internet in the early 90s, where he realized that newspapers had become “yesterday’s news on your doorstep today.” He spent the next 15 years reporting/writing/publishing in print and online for tech publications, where he focused on enterprise topics including collaboration, directories, network infrastructure, databases, open source, ERP and security. He covered IBM, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, Red Hat, Google, and countless startups – many of which exploded when the first tech bubble burst. His work has appeared in the New York Times, CNN, CIO, Mashable, and the Huffington Post. He continues to pen the Identity Matters blog on ZDNet. In the summer, you’ll find him climbing mountains on his bicycle. In the winter, you’ll find him skimo racing in the high mountains of Colorado or adventure racing up and down a frozen stratovolcano in northwest New Mexico.
Vice President and CTO, Vasco Data Security
Benoit Grangé serves as Vice President and CTO of VASCO Data Security, where he sets the vision and leads execution of the global product strategy, manages product development and R&D strategies and processes, and advises the company on strategic alliance partnerships and M&A activities. Mr. Grangé has been with VASCO since 1999, and prior to his current role, has held positions of Director of Software Development and R&D Manager for VASCO. In these roles, he has driven the development of new solutions to address new market needs; developed key OEM partnerships; structured and led R&D teams; defined, established and supervised global and local strategies for product design and development; and established and managed VASCO’s international R&D centers across EMEA and APAC. Prior to VASCO, Mr. Grangé was a lead engineer at DMIC, where he was responsible for designing, specifying and developing new software products in authentication, including Secret Key Exchange tools and OTP-based Single Sign On. Mr. Grangé’s extensive technical and product management skills cover the entire software life cycle, and software skills include Secret and Public Key Infrastructure, TCP/IP socket programming, EMV-CAP, Hardware Security Modules. Mr. Grangé holds a Master’s Degree in Mathematics from University of Bordeaux.
Steven L. Grobman
Intel Fellow, Chief Technology Officer, Intel Security Group at Intel Corporation
Steve Grobman is an Intel Fellow and the Chief Technology Officer with the Intel Security Group at Intel Corporation. In this role, Mr. Grobman sets the technical strategy and direction for the company’s security business across hardware and software platforms, including McAfee and Intel’s other security assets. Mr. Grobman joined Intel in 1994 as an architect in IT and has served in a variety of senior technical leadership positions during his Intel career. Before assuming his current role in late 2014, he spent a year as chief technology officer for the Intel Security Platform division and prior to that spent 2 years as CTO for Intel technologies at Intel’s McAfee subsidiary to integrate security technology from the two companies. In prior roles, Mr. Grobman served as chief security technologist for the Intel® Atom™ processor system-on-chip design group and spent 7 years as chief architect for Intel® vPro™ technology platforms. In the latter position, he led work on the solutions architecture that resulted in a business platform with unique hardware-based management and security capabilities. Before joining Intel, Mr. Grobman spent 4 years at IBM as a solutions programmer and developer. Mr. Grobman has published a number of technical papers and books and holds 20 U.S. and international patents in the fields of security, software and computer architecture, with another approximately 20 patents pending. He is also the recipient of two Intel Achievement Awards, the first earned in 2005 for the invention, initial architecture and strategy of the first PC embedded appliance; and the second in 2007 for the success of the Intel vPro technology platform. Mr. Grobman earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from North Carolina State University.
President, CrucialTec USA Inc.
Mr. Hong is President at CrucialTec, USA Inc. and responsible for new business incubation, developing strategic partnerships, and the marketing of new IT-related products for smart phones. Prior to CrucialTec, Mr. Hong worked at Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., holding key roles in business analysis, purchasing, R&D planning, venture capital investments at the corporate office and in Samsung’s Japan office.
Founder , Nok Nok Labs
As the Founder of Nok Nok Labs, Ramesh Kesanupalli brings to the company more than two decades of public and private sector IT security experience. Mr. Kesanupalli is responsible for the company’s vision and broad industry relationships. Mr. Kesanupalli previously served as the Chief Technology Officer of Validity Sensors where he was responsible for software direction, strategy, alliances and strategic business development. He has also held senior management roles at Phoenix Technologies, Object Connect, Telsima, Inc. (formerly Kinera) and Network 24, which was acquired by Akamai. Mr. Kesanupalli holds patents in wireless middle tier software systems and is the author of several authentication patents. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology, India, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from Nagarjuna University, India.
Vice President of Security R&D, Samsung Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Henry Lee is in charge of overall product security at Samsung Mobile. His global team handles security engineering, threat analysis, security and privacy impact assessment, incident response, and security certification. Prior to joining Samsung Mobile, Dr. Lee worked for the provincial government of British Columbia on various projects including the BC Services Card, Pan-Canadian strategy for identity management and authentication and the government’s annual information security program. Prior to the public sector career, he founded two technology ventures specialized in information security technologies. He was also involved in the development of the first commercial CDMA mobile comunication system in 1990s. He received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge (U.K.). He is a certified information systems security professional (CISSP), a certified information security manager (CISM), and a professional engineer (PEng) in software engineering.
Managing Director, Egis Technology USA
Mike Ling is currently the Managing Director of the USA site at Egis Technology Inc. and is responsible for expanding Egis’ fingerprint IC and solutions into the North American market. Mr. Ling started out as an engineer, serving both Intel Oregon and IBM Taiwan during his time and then transitioned to multimedia solutions and now biometric industry. During Mr. Ling’s time in the multimedia solutions industry, he has worked at InterVideo (WinDVD maker), STM, and various Intel enabling regional Host-Based multimedia and DVD solutions including Cyberlink. Mr. Ling holds a Master Degree of Computer Science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and a Bachelor Degree of Computer Science from the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan.
Dr. Giridhar D. (Giri) Mandyam
Head of Standards for Qualcomm Innovation Center (QuIC)
Dr. Giridhar D. (Giri) Mandyam is Head of Standards for Qualcomm Innovation Center (QuIC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc. He has also worked at Rockwell International, Texas Instruments and Nokia. In addition to being QuIC’s Advisory Committee representative to the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C), he is Chair of the W3C Geolocation Working Group. He is also Chair of the S34-3 Ad Hoc Group on Presentation Logic and Service Frameworks for the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC). Dr. Mandyam is inventor or co-inventor of more than thirty issued patents. He has also published over 75 conference and journal papers, and 5 book chapters. He is a co-author of the text Third-Generation CDMA Systems for Enhanced Data Services (Academic Press, 2002). He is also a Senior Member of the IEEE and has been a member of the editorial board of the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications.
Vice President Security Strategy Architecture and Engineering, American Express
At American Express, Upendra Mardikar is responsible for developing strategic security architecture and providing engineering guidance for advanced security solutions, while taking a risk-based approach to developing and driving the maturity of Information Security-as-a Service across the enterprise. He has a strong blend of business and technical expertise, and offers great leadership, insight, and next-generation solutions for advancing American Express’s organizational goals. Prior to joining American Express, he worked for Visa, where he successfully championed Security Development practices and was responsible for all aspects of security architecture and engineering for their Digital and Mobile Initiatives. Mr. Mardikar previously worked for PayPal where he held global responsibility for security architecture and engineering for all www.paypal.com initiatives, and secured numerous enterprise initiatives. His technical and professional experience spans more than 22 years, and encompasses leadership and chief technology officer positions in the financial services and computer industries. Mr. Mardikar is a certified CISSP, CSSLP, and ISSAP, and holds an MBA from Santa Clara University and a BE in Computer Science from VNIT India with the highest honors. With 65 patents to his credit, he is an expert in payments and information security with deep expertise in cloud and mobile.
Senior Director of Product Innovation, Product Department, NTT DOCOMO, INC.
Mr. Moriyama is Senior Director of Product Innovation, Product Department at NTT DOCOMO, INC. and responsible for the innovation of its devices and platform software. He is also responsible for the partnerships that support NTT DOCOMO’s innovation goals, including those related to FIDO standards. Mr. Moriyama has previously held positions with Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, Inc. and Sony Corporation, received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Keio University, and was a visiting research scholar at Georgia Institute of Technology while he was at Sony Corporation.
Vice–President & General Manager, NXP Semiconductors
Mr. Nassar is general manager of Authentication product lines focused on anti-counterfeit and cyber security application markets. Before joining NXP Semiconductors, Mr. Nassar held key executive positions in the high tech industry, among them, General Manager of the Advanced Solution Group at Renesas and Managing Director of Segments & Strategic Marketing for Hitachi and Managing Director of Schlumberger’s now Gemalto telecom smart cards and systems, and founded a number of startup companies in the Silicon Valley.
Lead Architect for Identity and Access Management, ING Bank
Matthieu Nunnink is the Lead Architect for Identity and Access Management at ING Bank. He is responsible for the architecture and implementation of the various IAM services (Identity, Authentication, Authorization, and Cryptography). In addition to this role, he is ING Bank’s representative on the FIDO Alliance Board of Directors, which aims to simplify online authentication. Prior to this role he has held several positions in online banking, innovation, security and infrastructure. Mr. Nunnink received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Amsterdam. More information can be found on his LinkedIn profile: nl.linkedin.com/in/mnunnink
Vice President, Corporate Development, Synaptics
Adnan Raza is Vice President of Corporate Development at Synaptics, where he has completed acquisitions for $750+ million: $255 million acquisition of Validity Sensors Inc (fingerprint solutions for mobile devices) and $515 million acquisition of RenesasSP (Japan based world leader of mobile displays). Prior to Synaptics Mr. Raza worked in investment banking and private equity at Goldman Sachs, UBS Investment Bank and Blackreef Capital. He has completed over $15 billion in technology transactions across a variety of technology sectors (software, internet, services and hardware) including Staffmark Inc. $300mm sale to Japan based Recruit, BEA Systems activist defense from Carl Icahn and eventual sale to Oracle, Agere Systems sale to LSI, Opsware sale to Hewlett Packard, and other transactions. Mr. Raza was also employee number two and worked as Design Manager and Marketing Manager at a silicon valley startup in the networking space, Azanda Networks, which was sold to Cortina Systems. Prior to that, he was a member of technical staff at AT&T Bell Labs and worked on the design of high speed digital communication systems. Mr. Raza holds an MBA in Finance and Strategic Management from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, an M. Eng. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Valparaiso University. His linkedin profile can be found here:www.linkedin.com/in/asraza
Senior Director of Risk Products and Business Intelligence, VISA Inc.
Eric Schindewolf is senior director of Risk Products and Business Intelligence and is focused on Visa payWave and growing new contactless payment and acceptance programs. He is actively involved in developing new authentication solutions that optimize the consumer experience while minimizing fraud losses. Visa payWave technology enables contactless cards, mobile devices and micro tags to perform Visa credit, debit and prepaid transactions quickly and securely at merchant points of sale globally. Mr. Schindewolf is responsible for enhancements to the Visa payWave platform including risk scoring, strong authentication and transaction security. He also represents Visa on the FIDO (Fast Identity Online) Alliance board of directors. Mr. Schindewolf first joined Visa in 2000 to support early efforts to deploy EMV chip technology globally. He has participated in numerous EMV chip projects and helped to define Visa’s early chip standards and guidelines. From 2004 to 2012, Mr. Schindewolf worked at Wells Fargo bank’s Merchant Services and Consumer Credit Card divisions. While at Wells Fargo, he successfully launched their first consumer credit EMV contact and contactless, dual-interface card program. Mr. Schindewolf is a graduate of Saint Mary’s College where he received a BA in English and Philosophy. He served in the US Navy as Electronic Technician working on cryptography and communications.
Technology Evangelist, Sr. Policy Advisor, PayPal
Bill Smith has over 30 years experience ranging from individual contributor to executive at several companies. He currently is Technology Evangelist, Sr. Policy Advisor at PayPal where he advocates for improvements to the security, stability, and resilience of the Internet. Mr. Smith represents PayPal at ICANN, the IGF, ARIN, WSIS, the ITU, the IETF, and as a member of US delegations to intergovernmental meetings. He helps establish and present PayPal’s position at these and other Internet Governance fora bridging the gaps between technology, policy, and business. Prior to joining PayPal, Mr. Smith was Sr. Director Business Strategy, Office of the CTO, Sun Microsystems where he helped establish and execute the company’s international standards strategy. At Sun, Mr. Smith actively participated in the development of secure, privacy-aware digital identity standards as an officer and Board member of the Liberty Alliance and Kantara Initiative. He is a past chair and President of OASIS, served as co-chair of ebXML, the joint OASIS/United Nations Electronic Business Initiative, past Board member of IEEE-ISTO, and has participated at the W3C including as co-chair of the XML Linking WG. Mr. Smith was an independent expert on the ICANN WHOIS Review Team, actively participated in the preparatory activities related to the WCIT 12, was a member of the US Delegation to WCIT 12, was a member of the ITU’s WTPF Informal Expert Group, and represented PayPal at the WTPF. Prior to joining Sun in 1996 he was Director of Research and Development at Electronic Book Technologies in Providence, RI. and holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Computer Science, both from Brown University.
Operations Executive Financial Crimes, USAA
Mr. Swenson has over 25 years of financial services operations experience with a number of Fortune 500 financial services companies and has been with USAA since 2005. Mr. Swenson is currently responsible for all Member Authentication and Security Strategic Imitative for USAA. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and has held numerous certifications including: Certified Treasury Professional, Registered Securities Representative with Series 7 & 63 designations and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Finance from Augustana. Mr. Swenson actively participates in numerous national industry fraud prevention forums including the Financial Services Roundtable, Auriemma and Early Warning Services and The FIDO Alliance.
SVP, Customer Protection Strategy Digital Banking, Bank of America
Liz Votaw is Senior Vice President, Customer Protection Strategy, responsible for developing and driving customer-focused strategies to deliver secure and convenient banking for Bank of America customers. Ms. Votaw’s career includes many years of leadership positions at Bank of America in operations, fraud prevention, risk and innovation. She also held a position at GE Capital leading Six Sigma implementation. She is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and holds an MBA from University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Conor White is President of IdentityX and member of the Board of Directors of Daon Group. He brings to bear over 18 years of experience innovating and leading identification management technologies such as the development of biometrics, smart cards, electronic payments, PKI, information security and e-business infrastructure. Mr. White joined Daon in 2001 as Chief Technology Officer. In this role he drove the company’s strategic technical direction and vision resulting in development of groundbreaking identity assurance solutions. Expansion of this critical arena led to formation of the Daon business division IdentityX, of which Mr. White was appointed to lead as president. Mr. White is a respected speaker at international biometric and human authentication conferences and also serves on various technology standards boards both in the U.S. and abroad. In addition, he is an accomplished technology inventor with 13 existing patents in the area of biometric authentication on smart, mobile devices. Mr. White’s leadership contributions were instrumental in another notable technology development: one of the world’s first open-standards-based multi-biometric authentication programs. Mr. White began his track record in leading technology innovation as Chief Architect and Engineering Manager at Digital Equipment Corporation’s global partner eCommerce Systems. He later he served as Engineering Manager at CardBASE Technologies. Mr. White holds a B.S. in Computer Applications and an M.S. in Computer Science from Cork Institute of Technology. He is also a graduate of the Executive Leadership Program at Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Senior Business Leader Enterprise Authentication Solutions, MasterCard Worldwide
Mr. Williamson is the Senior Business Leader, Enterprise Authentication Solutions at MasterCard Worldwide where he leads a team responsible for delivering innovative cardholder authentication solutions that deliver strong security and a seamless consumer experience for MasterCard cardholders. Prior to MasterCard, Mr. Williamson’s career spans many years in payment security and fraud prevention. He held positions leading fraud strategy and analytics at General Electric Consumer Finance and Fifth Third Bancorp. He is an adjunct instructor at Utica College for the Master”:s Program in Economic Crime. Mr. Wiiliamson’s education includes a BS in Economic Crime — Computer Security and a Masters in Economic Crime Management.