Stroz Friedberg, digital global risk management and research firm, today announced that former Special Agent of the FBI and specialist in the fraud prevention of white-collar and detection, Mr. Keith Slotter, has been appointed Vice President of Business Intelligence company and the practice of research.
With headquarters in Washington DC, the Office signed Mr. Slotter has more than two decades of experience of the FBI who specializes in the prevention and detection of fraud in all grades of white collar crimes. Before joining Stroz Friedberg, Mr. Slotter was special agent in charge of the Office of San Diego the FBI - 13 United States's largest office - where he headed investigations and managed a major fraud in all enterprises, public corruption, health and investment fraud cases. As part of its functions of Executive direction, which also led the Southern California federal, State and agencies local law enforcement in crisis communications, including the handling of the aftermath of the bombing of the Federal Court of the United States in May 2008.
"Recent news drives home the need for companies to raise their guard against white collar crime and fraud, while striving to maintain the highest standards in cybersecurity," said Edward M. Stroz, Co-President of Stroz Friedberg. "Not only will Keith's deep financial expertise and intellectual background extend the talent of our Business Intelligence and Investigations practice, but our clients can also expect to directly benefit from his investigative prowess in matters like forensic accounting, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance, internal fraud and employee misconduct, and incidents of cybercrime." FBI Executive Keith Slotter Joins Stroz Friedberg
During his service with the FBI, Mr. Slotter was entrusted the responsibility and its role as Assistant Director of training of the FBI throughout the world, carried out of Quantico FBI Headquarters in Virginia, where he helped to develop the skills of a new generation of FBI agents in all the lines of the program. He also designed and initiated domestic of the FBI Executive security program of Association. Prior to these positions, Mr. Slotter has served as a special agent of the FBI in numerous cities across the country for more than sixteen years. He directed the technical and tactical operations in conjunction with the aggressive run in order to charge investigations relating to the fraud of high impact and public corruption.
Its passage by the FBI included in quality of Chief of the section of financial crimes. In this task, Mr. Slotter is credited with the institution and the overall supervision of the FBI program of strategic corporate fraud to investigate and review the major incidents of corporate fraud around the world. Pioneer with the Congress of the United States was praised for his work.UU. and the Department of Justice in the elaboration and implementation of critical aspects of the Sarbanes-Oxley legislation - the creation of new standards of financial controls for all directories of public United States companies and management, as well as public accounting firms.
In addition, Mr. Slotter managed financial institution fraud of the FBI and the program of computer crimes. Some of his research work is linked to one of the investigations largest fraud in the history of the FBI Undercover: the "operation shutdown" and "operation Sentinel", combined to result in 800 illegal detentions of United States for telemarketing.
Mr. Slotter has provided instruction in research topics to hundreds of law enforcement, civic and private sector organizations. He is author of numerous articles on crime, leadership, management and research topics and spoke in matters of fraud in the network of national television. It has a long list of accreditations. It should be noted that, in 2006, CPA magazine named him one of the 100 most influential public accountants in the world. In addition, President Barack Obama recognized him with a Presidential Award for meritorious service and Lifetime Achievement for their outstanding achievements.
Mr. Slotter is a certified public accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and member of the AICPA and Connecticut State Board of accounting. He obtained a Bachelor's degree in accounting from Arizona State University.
About Stroz Friedberg
Stroz Friedberg helps clients manage their digital risks and delivers unassailable results in the areas of computer forensics, electronic discovery, data breach, cybercrime response, security risk consulting, and investigations. Strategy and risk management in the form of sound, ethical consulting advice is the foundation of everything we do: it provides the context in which we deploy unparalleled investigative skills and proprietary technologies and cost-effectively resolve our clients’ most pressing matters. Corporations, law firms, government agencies, and the courts rely on us for our objective and thorough analyses and solutions that invariably withstand the scrutiny of opposing counsel and their experts. We successfully operate at the intersection of technology, law, investigations, and behavioral science: we uncover key digital evidence; we ensure compliance; we provide assurance to all parties; we identify and protect against the malicious acts of real adversaries. Simply put, we get it right.
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