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Featured Speakers


David Azuelo

David Azuelo

Tucson Police Department Captain

Panelist: Panel Discussion on Impact of Collaboration: Breaking Down the Barriers to Collaboration

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Scott Burroughs

Scott Burroughs

IBM Counter Fraud Portfolio Strategy Manager

IBM Counter Fraud: The Future of Integrated Fraud Intelligence

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Clayton Byford

Clayton Byford

Counter Threat Finance Analyst, Chicago area Law Enforcement

Generating a Return on Investment with IBM i2 Solutions

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Jeff Chapman

Jeff Chapman

CEO Babel Street

Investigations, Big Data, and Kevin Bacon

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Tim Cooper

Tim Cooper

Product Line Manager for IBM i2 Fraud Intelligence Analysis

New Capabilities in Fraud and Financial Crimes

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Bill Crate

Bill Crate

Director, Canadian Bankers Association

Panelist: Panel Discussion on Impact of Collaboration: Breaking Down the Barriers to Collaboration

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Commander Scott Edson

Cmdr. Scott Edson

Commander, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

National Data Exchange (N-Dex) COPLINK interface

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Commander Ken Gominsky

Cmdr. Ken Gominsky

Santa Ana, CA Police Department

Understand and Successfully Deploy: Video Analytics and Facial Recognition IBM i2 COPLINK Face Match

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Tammy L. Hurst

Tammy L. Hurst

SVP Global Financial Crimes Compliance, Bank of America

Investigation of Internal Fraud & Abuse – Connecting the Dots

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Ed Karsai

Ed Karsai

Product Line Manager for IBM i2 Intelligent Law Enforcement

New Capabilities in Law Enforcement

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Eli Katz

Eli Katz

Vice President of Enterprise Strategies, Financial Services
41st Parameter

Detecting Digital Impersonation and Rogue Digital Identities

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Tom Minichillo

Tom Minichillo

SVP, Threat Intelligence Director, Citibank

The Cyber Intelligence Dimension: Wading Through the Tsunami

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Martin Nathan

Martin Nathan

Product Line Manager for IBM i2 Intelligent Law Enforcement

New Capabilities in Law Enforcement

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John P. O’Neill Jr

John P. O’Neill Jr

Senior Vice President, Fraud Investigations Group
Director, Intelligence and Analytics Team
Bank of America

Panelist: Emerging trends in Financial Crimes

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Major Arnold Palmer

Major Arnold Palmer

Miami-Dade Police Department

Miami Dade's Public Safety Initiative

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Bruce Parkman

Bruce Parkman

CEO The Macalan Group

A Case Study in the Application of IBM Products to Support Combat Operations

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Dr. Alfredo Revilak

Dr. Alfredo Revilak De la Vega D.Sc. MSc. PMP

Former Deputy General Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) Mexico

Supporting the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regime with Technology

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Dallas Ryan

Dallas Ryan

Intelligence Analyst, Nevada HIDTA

Exploiting social media using Analyst’s Notebook

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Chris Swecker

Chris Swecker

Former Assistant Director
FBI Criminal Investigative Division

  • Transnational Networks Focused On Financial Crimes Inflict Unprecedented Losses: Know Your Enemy
  • Marrying Fraud and AML
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Maria Vello

Maria Vello

CEO and President
NCFTA

A Case for Collaboration

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Gary Warner

Gary Warner

Chief Technologist, Malcovery Security

Cyber Intelligence

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James Vincent

James Vincent

IBM i2 Software Product Manager

What’s New and What’s Coming: IAP and IBM i2 Intelligence Portfolio

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Terry Weatherstone

Terry Weatherstone

Cyber Intel Analyst, GE

Identifying Advanced Cyber Threat Actors using Analyst’s Notebook

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Stephen Dalzell

Stephen Dalzell

Product Line Manager for IBM i2 National Security and Defense Intelligence

Over the Horizon – IBM i2 in Defense and National Security
(co-presenting with Mark Ploszay)

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Mark Ploszay

Mark Ploszay

IBM Global Defense, National Security and Law Enforcement Specialist (SME)

Over the Horizon – IBM i2 in Defense and National Security
(co-presenting with Stephen Dalzell)

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Ed Karsai

Ed Karsai  is a Product Line Manager for IBM i2 Law Enforcement. He has been participating in the development and deployment of law enforcement software in a variety of roles since 2005. His responsibilities have included a wide range of functional areas including managing software development, leading service delivery and most recently product management. He holds a Bachelor of Science. in Computer Science from the University of Victoria, Canada.

Tim Cooper

Tim Cooper  is a Product Line Manager for IBM i2 in the United Kingdom. He has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. He holds a degree in Computer Science and Psychology from the Open University. His areas of expertise include Internet technologies, network security, IT systems change and solutions to investigate fraud and financial crimes.

Ken Gominsky

Commander Ken Gominsky  has been with the Santa Ana Police Department for over 22 years. He has a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Fullerton and is a State of California certified Crime Analyst. He currently manages four Field Operations Districts, Vice/Street Narcotics, Directed and Specialized Enforcement Teams, Homeland Security, Community Outreach and Engagement, as well as Special Events. Commander Gominsky also brings an IT background from numerous years managing and installing IT systems for the Department. Ken sits on several regional boards pushing IT and Homeland Security projects within Orange County.

Martin Nathan

Martin’s IT career began in commercial banking before his transition to public safety. Over the past decade Martin has traversed the globe working with law enforcement officers and intelligence analyst’s as both IT consultant and product manager. For the past five years Martin has been a member of the IBM i2 product management team managing many of the IBM i2 products. Martin is currently product line manager for IBM i2 Intelligent Law Enforcement.

Scott Burroughs

Scott Burroughs  leads the Offering Strategy for IBM Counter Fraud solutions, located in the USA. He has 15 years of experience in IBM software solutions and has managed business, technical and market development activities for emerging opportunities at IBM across a broad array of software and hardware technologies for over 25 years. Scott has an MBA and BSEE from Duke University

Maria Vello

Maria Vello  serves as the President and CEO at the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) in Pittsburgh, PA. The NCFTA works with industry, academia, and law enforcement to partner in an effort to combat cybercrime. The mission of the NCFTA is to provide a neutral collaborative venue where global partners from these various entities come together; leveraging cross-sector resources to more effectively analyze critical, real-time intelligence against emerging cyber threats. The actionable intelligence developed is used to mitigate and ultimately neutralize persistent global cybercrime, in an effort to protect intellectual assets, countries and citizens.

Maria has more than 25 years of experience in the architectural design, integration, and implementation of global corporate systems and security. She also has a background in traffic engineering, design and implementation of private branch exchange systems. She has served on the Board of Directors of the NCFTA since 1997 and as the Board Secretary for the past three years. Ms. Vello was appointed President and CEO of NCFTA from her most recent role at Cisco as the Regional Manager for Security and Mobility, after growing her own profitable business working with the SCS team in conducting security and vulnerability assessments and audits, raising security awareness of her clients and end users. Maria and her team were instrumental in educating critical infrastructure companies from cyber threats against Industrial Control Systems.

In the capacity of Marketing Manager servicing global accounts with AT&T, she was recognized for her achievements with several awards including AT&T’s Leaders Council, the most prestigious award AT&T Marketing personnel can achieve, and Top Sales Manager in the AT&T Central Region for employee retention, customer retention, percent attainment and customer satisfaction. Maria also served as Director of Voice & Data service for a competitive local exchange carrier, to design and implement carrier systems capable of offering voice over IP seamlessly.

Maria received her Bachelor of Arts from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; attended MIT’s Data Networking School; attended executive programs at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The University of Pennsylvania and Wharton School of Business; and gained her security certification as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

Gary Warner

Gary Warner  is the Chief Technologist for Malcovery Security. Malcovery’s core products are based on research, inventions, and patents that Gary developed in his lab at UAB. Gary drives technical product direction and architecture to refine Malcovery’s threat intelligence and analysis offerings. In addition to his Malcovery role, he remains the Director of Research in Computer Forensics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). In this role, which brings together the Computer and Information Science department with the Justice Science department, he is doing research that helps law enforcement and other security professionals identify, apprehend, prosecute, and convict cybercriminals, and spreads information to victims and potential victims about cybercrime issues. Gary was the founding president of the Birmingham chapter of the FBI’s InfraGard program, has served on the boards of the InfraGard National Members Alliance and the National Board for the Energy ISAC. He has been recognized by FBI Director Robert Mueller for "Exceptional Service in the Public Interest” and received the IC3 and NCFTA’s Partnership Award “in recognition of his outstanding support in the ongoing battle against cybercrime."

David Azuelo

Tucson Police Department Captain,  David Azuelo  is a career law enforcement officer with 30 years experience serving the citizens of Tucson, Arizona. He is currently the commanding officer of the City of Tucson Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, where he also serves as the City of Tucson emergency manager.

Captain Azuelo’s spent the majority of his career working in operational capacities. He has managed some of the most high profile and complex criminal investigations encountered in Tucson. Through his leadership and expertise, his personnel became adept at using technology, advanced interviewing and interrogation skills, undercover reversal operations and other unorthodox and covert methodologies to solve difficult and often politically-sensitive investigations, including many that crossed international boundaries. Since his appointment in 2009, to the Major Cities Chiefs Intelligence Unit Commanders National Steering Committee, Captain Azuelo has played a leadership role in the creation and development of the Criminal Intelligence Enterprise. CIE’s architecture aggregates the threat domains and intelligence collections plans of the largest metropolitan area in the United States and Canada.

More recently, Captain Azuelo was appointed to the State of Arizona, Public Safety Communications Advisory Commission by Governor Jan Brewer. Since 2010, he has also served on Governor Brewer’s Homeland Security Senior Advisory Committee. In addition, Captain Azuelo manages the DHS Terrorism Liaison Officer program for Southern Arizona and is also a member of the National Steering Committee for the U. S. Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office.

Captain Azuelo has developed and implemented many techniques for combining community policing with intelligence led policing and is a frequent instructor and lecturer on the use of technology as a force multiplier for the improved sharing of law enforcement information.

Clayton Byford

Clayton Byford  is a Counter Threat Finance Analyst for Chicago area Law Enforcement. He is currently assigned directly to the Chicago High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) and High Intensity Financial Crimes and Money Laundering Area (HIFCA) Intelligence Support Center. He has over 10 years of experience as a military intelligence analyst with two combat deployments to Afghanistan in that role. He has been active in the Illinois National Guards Counter Drug program for the last seven years as a criminal analyst of those years the last two have been focusing specifically on anti-money laundering, financial crimes and financial intelligence.

Clayton is a Certified Financial Crimes Specialist (CFCS) and a certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).

Chris Swecker

Chris Swecker  has 31 years of experience in law enforcement, national security, legal, and corporate security/risk management positions. Swecker served 24 years as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) before retiring as Assistant Director and head of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division. From January 2006 to July 2006 he was also the Acting Executive Assistant Director responsible for eight FBI divisions including Cyber, Criminal, International Operations, Training, Crisis Management, Operational Technology, The FBI Forensic Lab, Criminal Justice Information and the Law Enforcement Liaison office encompassing more than half of the FBI’s total resources. Swecker also served as the FBI’s On Scene Commander in Iraq in 2003 where he led a team of FBI Agents conducting counter-intelligence, terror financing and international terrorism investigations where he led investigations of suicide bombing attacks on the UN headquarters and a dozen other facilities occupied by US civilians. Swecker’s team also assisted military components in tactical counter insurgency/terrorist operations and security assessments.

Swecker has testified before US Congressional Committees on topics such as identity theft, crimes against children, mortgage fraud, human trafficking, financial crimes, information privacy, terrorism, data compromise, crimes on the internet, drug trafficking on the southwest border and gangs. He has also appeared as a guest on such media programs as 60 Minutes, CBS This Morning, Oprah Winfrey, Good Morning America, CSPAN Washington Journal and North Carolina People. He is a frequent public speaker and author of articles on Financial Crimes, Money Laundering, Security and Cyber Crimes.

Swecker received the prestigious Presidential Rank Award in 2003 for his service in Iraq and as Special Agent in Charge of the NC Office. Swecker is a graduate of Appalachian State University where he was a four year varsity football letterman, graduating in 1978. He attended Wake Forest School of Law receiving his Juris Doctor in 1981. He is a member of both the North Carolina and Virginia State Bars.

Dallas Ryan

Dallas Ryan  is an Intelligence Analyst assigned to the Nevada HIDTA Intelligence Support Center (ISC) in Las Vegas. She has been assigned by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for nearly eight years. She has contributed to over 40 federal and state investigations leading to arrests of numerous DTO members, seizures of multiple pound/kilogram quantities of narcotics and hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Prior to being assigned to the ISC, Ms. Ryan was on orders with the NV National Guard Counterdrug Task Force as an instructor for Drug Demand Reduction (DDR). She served six years in the NV Army National Guard as a Military Police Officer including one tour to Iraq in support of OIF in 2003. She has worked with IBM i2 software for over seven years, primarily Analyst’s Notebook and iBase, and in 2007 she became a certified instructor for Analyst’s Notebook Level 1 as part of the Training Partner Program.

Jeff Chapman

Jeff Chapman  is the Chief Executive Officer of Babel Street, a firm specializing in software solutions for multilingual text analytics and media monitoring. Before founding Babel Street, Mr. Chapman served as a senior executive at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, where he developed financial strategies concerning the government overhaul of domestic capital markets and terrorism finance regulations. Prior to his Treasury appointment, he co-founded, led and sold a software and consulting company formed to meet post-9/11 needs of the homeland and national security.

Mr. Chapman is a former intelligence officer and decorated combat veteran. He is an alumnus of the United States Naval Academy and holds graduate degrees from the University of Virginia and Harvard University.

Mr. Chapman is an adjunct professor at the U.S. military’s Joint Special Operations University, where he has served for over eight years.

Bruce Parkman

Bruce Parkman  is the Chief Executive Officer of The Macalan Group Incorporated, a privately held, mid-size group of companies supporting one of the most diverse base of clients in the defense contracting industry.

Since 2001, his leadership and guidance has enabled the Company to become the industry standard in the provision of training and support services to the government and commercial clients, to include technical training, specialized support services, cyber security and aviation support. Under Mr. Parkman, NEK expanded to a $150M Group of companies with a worldwide presence in the U.S., U.A.E, Europe and Australia.

His military awards and decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, the Combat Infantry Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Military Freefall Badge, SCUBA badge, and the Special Forces Tab as well as Honduran and Ecuadorian Airborne badges.

Mr. Parkman graduated from Methodist College with honors (Summa Cum Laude) receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and from Webster University with a Master of Arts in Security Administration. He is also a founding Director of the Green Beret Foundation.

Scott Edson

Commander Scott Edson  has over 35 years of law enforcement experience with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. He is the Commander over the Communications and Fleet Management Bureau, Records and Identification Bureau and Crime Analyst Program. Additionally, he has collateral responsibility for the Sheriff’s Department Law Enforcement Information Sharing Program (LEISP) and knowledge-based policing programs.

Commander Edson has a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management and an Associate of Arts degree in Administration of Justice.

Mark Ploszay

With an Intelligence career spanning 30 years,  Mark Ploszay has a unique insight into the world of intelligence operations and analysis. With 22 years experience as a United States Air Force Intelligence Analyst, Mark has worked in the Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Electronic Intelligence (ELINT), and Human Intelligence (HUMINT) arena as well as having experience in Counter-Terrorism (CT) and Counter-Insurgency (COINS) operations and a number of other areas.

In addition he had the distinction of having certified as an Intelligence Analyst under the US National Security Agency Professionalization Programme and to have served as a Royal Air Force Duty Reporting Officer at a Joint Nation Fused Analysis and Reporting Centre. Mark also served two tours of duty in the Gulf Region in 1991 (Desert Storm) and 1993 (Southern Watch).

On the civilian law enforcement side of intelligence operations Mark worked for six years with the West Mercia Constabulary. Two of those years as a Divisional Crime analyst and four years as a Crime Analyst for the West Mercia Major Investigation Unit primarily working on homicide investigations.

During the 3 years that he has been with IBM (i2) Mark has filled a number of roles, from i2 Trainer to MENA Defence Programme Manager to Global Defence Programme Manger and his current role as an IBM Global Defence, National Security and Law Enforcement Specialist (SME).

Mark has provided briefings, presentations and domain advice for a wide variety of audiences to include the U.S. Congress, the Netherlands Ministry of Defence (MOD), the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation, the Spanish Defence War College, the Chief of Portuguese Defence Forces Intelligence Centre, the Director General Australian Defence Intelligence, the Spanish Defence Forces 1st Intelligence Regiment, the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers and the New Zealand Institute of Intelligence Professionals conferences, the FBI National Academy Associates, the Singapore Defence Science and Technology Agency and a number of other defence, national security, intelligence and law enforcement organisations.

Stephen Dalzell

Following a 23 year career in the Royal Air Force, where Steve served in multiple theatres and in a wide variety of roles, Steve retired from the military in 1995. Steve pursued a successful business career and then set up a charity where he developed projects to divert problem young people between the ages of 14 and 19 away from crime and introduce them into employment and apprenticeships.

In 2005, Steve was appointed Principal Analyst for Hertfordshire Constabulary where, working with police colleagues, he developed and implemented a successful program to reduce the intelligence costs whilst increasing detection rates and reducing crime. Steve is now the Product Line Manager for IBM i2 National Security and Defense Intelligence and IBM i2 Intelligent Law Enforcement.

Terry Weatherstone

Terry Weatherstone  started his intelligence career in 2001 as a Crypto-linguist analyst for the US Army. While in the Army, he earned an MBA from Colorado State University. In 2009 he joined the FBI as an Intel Analyst, specializing in terror finance. Terry joined GE in 2011 to be part of the Cyber Intelligence team. In that role he has worked on intelligence issues ranging from cyber-crime, to hacktivism, to APT.

Dr. Alfredo Revilak

Dr. Alfredo Revilak  is an experienced, decision support consultant and subject matter expert in information technology management, specialized in government and financial sectors. Dr. Revilak centers his work in the conception, deployment and operation of knowledge management solutions for multilateral and international organizations. He gained experience at the Mexico Ministry of Treasury, The World Bank, US General Services Administration, Citibank, Securities and Exchange Commission of Mexico (CNBV) and the Pan American Health Organization. The projects delivered in these organizations have given him extensive practice working with diverse information and communications systems and their relationship and impact on productivity. Alfredo Revilak received his degree as a Doctor in Science in Engineering Management orientation Knowledge Management in 2006 from The George Washington University. He also holds a Master in Science in Computer Science (1990) and Bachelors in Computer Engineering (1988), Certified as Project Management Professional (PMP), Conflict Management by Boston Consulting Group, Process Mapping and Analysis. He is also a certified Expert Choice Black Belt and Green Belt.

Dr. Revilak also collaborated as a Lecturer at College degree level and graduate level for the following topics: Knowledge Management, Business Intelligence, Business Process Mapping and Systems Theory.

Major Arnold Palmer

Arnold Palmer  is currently the commander of the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD) “Hammocks District.” The MDPD is one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the southeast United States with more than 3,000 sworn officers. This district is staffed with 170 officers, 28 sergeants, eight lieutenants and one captain. Together they are responsible for police services in a community with a population of over 300,000 citizens. Historically these officers handle over 90,000 calls for service every year. The district is approximately 95 square miles and is comprised of the Uniform Patrol Section, the Agricultural Patrol Section, the Neighborhood Resource Unit, and the General Investigations Unit, which also contains the Crime Analysis Unit. Arnold Palmer is a senior associate staff instructor for the U.S. Department of Transportation, Transportation Safety Institute (TSI). In those duties, he is responsible for training civilian personnel in bus and rail hijacking, and explosive avoidance and mitigation. The most important purpose of the training is to facilitate interdependence and cooperation between civilian transit agencies and Law Enforcement personnel.

John P. O’Neill Jr

John O’Neill  is currently employed at Bank of America. His current position is Director within the Intelligence, Analytics, and Business Strategies Team. This team works to identify new and emerging trends that affect clients and associates in the bank. He is responsible for partnering with Investigators, Global Fraud Prevention, and Law Enforcement to identify and prosecute individuals who commit fraud against the bank and its customers.

John has worked for the bank for over 20 years. He has worked in Credit Card Operations, Information Security within the Ethical Hacking Team and in Global Fraud Prevention where he was responsible for managing the Fraud Ring Identification Team.

Eli Katz

Prior to joining 41st Parameter, Eli Katz  created and was director of the Active Risk Monitoring Practice at Unisys. The practice specialized in creating risk-monitoring "ecosystems" that detect and analyze fraud or identity theft events in real time or near real time. In this role, Mr. Katz led the design of one of the first fraud systems to continuously monitor both online and branch activities.

In his role as director of the Active Risk Monitoring practice, Mr. Katz specialized in the topic of the industrialization of fraud. He met regularly with bankers worldwide around this topic and brings a global perspective of emerging trends. Mr. Katz also participated in the FSTC anti-phishing initiative and is a current member of the APWG.

Mr. Katz has published numerous articles relating to the operational, strategic and IT implications of the automation of fraud and is quoted frequently on the subject.

Tammy L. Hurst

Tammy L. Hurst  is a Fraud Investigation Executive responsible for Internal Fraud Investigations at Bank of America and is located in Dallas, Texas.

Tammy has 25 plus years experience investigating complex financial crimes and managing investigative programs. Prior to coming to Bank of America in 1996, she was a Senior Manager with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in New York City and later relocated to Dallas, Texas, where she managed investigations for failed banks including professional liability matters with focus on bank insiders. During this time she also testified before House Banking Committees regarding professional liability impacts on failed banks.

At Bank of America, Tammy has managed Retail/Consumer, Commercial Loan and Internal Fraud Investigations. She is designated as an expert in federal court offering testimony for general bank fraud crimes and is a member of various industry organizations.

Hurst supports her local community through various organizations and church, is involved in fund raising activities.

Bill Crate

Bill Crate  is responsible for the coordination, development and implementation of industry positions on public policy issues and initiatives to detect, prevent and respond to criminal and terrorist activity directed at banks, their employees and clients. Bill also advocates and liaises on behalf of banks to government, law enforcement and other stakeholders in order to mitigate financial crime such as identity theft, payment card fraud, cheque fraud, loan fraud, money laundering, terrorist financing, robbery and other technology-based crime. To achieve these goals Bill manages the industry’s investigative body and the Centralized Financial Crimes Intelligence Unit.

In 2010, Bill was elected Chairman of the International Banking Security Association (IBSA) whose membership includes a group of more than 50 financial sector security leaders from around the world. IBSA’s primary objective is the detection, prevention and response to financial crimes and the security and continuity of banking business within global financial operations.

Prior to joining the CBA, Bill held a number of senior positions in government and was in law enforcement for over 30 years. Bill was the Ontario Provincial Police Director of Anti-Rackets Branch, Investigations and Organized Crime Command.

Tom Minichillo

Tom Minichillo  has over 19 years of intelligence management experience working for organizations in the National Security, Public, and Private sectors worldwide. He is the former Merrill Lynch Office of Risk & Controls Chief Cyber Intelligence Officer, a former national security consultant, and a former Department of Defense Senior Intelligence Special Agent. He is a contributing author to Firewalls: The Complete Reference published by Osborne McGraw-Hill and holds both a Master of Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Bachelor of Arts from Ohio Dominican University. He is currently the Director of Cyber Intelligence for a large global financial institution’s Cyber Intelligence Center.

James Vincent

James Vincent  works closely with all i2 customers to identify challenges and needs in today’s market, looking at processes, procedures and workflow with a view towards delivering i2 software applications and solutions that help manage those challenges.

James joined i2 in November 2004 as a Localization Specialist where he was responsible for testing and packaging the i2 product set for redistribution by the international partners. n 2007, James became a member of the Training team where he was able to integrate both his knowledge of i2 products and previous roles in Risk Analysis in the commercial sector. James is based in the i2 Cambridge office.



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