Tuesday June 11, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT

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OCRIMS Presents  

Cyber Security – Know and Manage Your Risk 

Please join OCRIMS and our distinguished panelists to discuss Cyber Security and how to manage your organization's exposure.


Tim Burke

Senior Vice President



Deb Schlesinger 

HIPAA Privacy & Security Officer

Director Corporate Risk & Insurance Management

SCAN Health Plan


David McCain 


DataClues, Inc.


Eduard F. Goodman, J.D., LL.M.

Chief Privacy Officer

Identity Theft 911, LLC

The workshop will be FREE to Risk managers who are members of OCRIMS. All others are invited to attend for a nominal fee $30. Entrance includes breakfast. All registrations are due by June 7th. Registered students are free.

All Walk-up attendees who did not register in advance will be charged $50. Please register at




Deborah Schlesinger , CHPC      


Deborah Schlesinger has been managing risk management for health care organizations for more than two decades.  As a registered nurse Deborah began her risk management career in an acute care hospital subsequently moving into risk management positions for managed health care plans and physician practice management groups.  For the last fifteen years Deborah has been the director of corporate risk management and recently appointed the privacy & security officer for SCAN Health Plan where she designed and implemented an organization-wide risk management program. Reporting to the Chief Risk Officer her responsibilities include the property and casualty insurance program, workers’ compensation, safety, privacy & security compliance and contracted vendor compliance oversight.   

Deborah has a B.S. in Nursing from California State University, Fullerton, a Certificate in Health Care Risk Management from the

American Society for Health Care Risk Management (ASHRM) and has completed the ARM course work including ARM57- Enterprise Risk Management.  Deborah has earned the Certified Healthcare Privacy Compliance designation through the Health Care Compliance Association. Deborah does independent risk management and privacy & security consulting.

Deborah is a past president of SCAHRM and is currently a member of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, the Health Care Compliance Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.


Deborah lives in Laguna Beach, CA with her husband, Robert, and their cat Fenway. Deborah in her off time likes to travel and paint.


Eduard F. Goodman, J.D., LL.M. 

Eduard Goodman is the Chief Privacy Officer at Identity Theft 911 (IDT911) in Scottsdale, Arizona. His role includes numerous duties ranging from acting as internal privacy counsel and analyst to client data breach response management to developing and advising on identity fraud, cyber liability and privacy breach programs for insurance providers in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.  In his role as C.P.O., Eduard has advised on privacy/data breach industry trends, risk mitigation, policy language, underwriting approaches, liability assessment, claims processes, and program development for numerous insurance carriers including: the Hartford, Nationwide/Allied, One Beacon, Allstate, Farmers, American Family Insurance, Economical Insurance (Canada), and Trisura Insurance (Canada), to name but a few.

 Eduard graduated from the University of California at Irvine with his B.A. in English.  Two days after graduation he moved to Switzerland where he worked for MIGROS Genossenschaft.  Upon returning to the United States, Eduard attended the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law where he received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree with a dual concentration in both Intellectual Property and International Law. 

 While attending McGeorge, Eduard received his certificate in international legal studies from Salzburg University’s Austro-American Institute of Education in Salzburg, Austria and was honored to study under U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy whose course  “Fundamental Rights in Europe and the United States” inspired Eduard’s initial interest in international privacy law.

 After graduating from law school, Eduard returned to Europe and completed his Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in International Business and Trade law at Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam in the Netherlands, becoming the first American lawyer to be conferred that degree at Erasmus.   There he was fortunate to be able to conduct his dissertation research on North American / E.U. comparative privacy law at the International Court of Justice’s law library in the Hague.

 Eduard regularly writes and lectures to management, consumers, security professionals, insurance professionals, information technology professionals, risk managers, and attorneys on a variety of subjects related international data protection and privacy. Recent speaking engagements include 2012 Risk and Insurance Management Society of Canada’s national conference, the 2012 Society for Insurance Research’s conference, and a April 2013 panel presentation for the Professional Liability Underwriters Society.

 Prior to joining Identity Theft 911 in 2005, Eduard was in private practice practicing in the areas of international e-commerce, privacy, criminal law, civil litigation, and business law. Eduard is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and is a past chair of the State Bar of Arizona’s E-Commerce & Technology Law Practice Section (2008-2009). Eduard is a member in good standing of the American Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association (Associate Member), the International Bar Association, the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional with both his U.S. and Canadian certifications (CIPP-U.S./C).

 B.A. University of California, Irvine

J.D. University of the Pacific- McGeorge School of Law

LL.M. Erasmus Universiteit (Rotterdam, the Netherlands)


David McCain

David McCain has been a police officer for 23 years.  He has been assigned to high technology crimes and digital forensics for the past 12 years.  He has been deputized by the FBI for the purposes of being a task force officer with the SAFE Team.  He has recently been deputized by the U.S. Secret Service, as a member of the Electronic Crimes Task Force in Los Angeles.

David has also taught law enforcement and civilian personnel in the fields of high tech crimes, proactive Internet investigations and computer forensics.  He instructs for the California Department of Justice – Advanced Training Center.  He also teaches for the U.S. State Department, Diplomatic Security, Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program.  David has taught foreign government officials in Pakistan, Bahrain, Ethiopia, Senegal, Columbia, Mexico, Thailand and other countries.

Mr. McCain has testified in superior, federal and military courts as it relates to high tech crimes and computer/cell phone forensics. 

He is a member of the High Tech Crimes Investigators Association where he served as the Southern California Chapter First Vice President and President.  He is also a member of the International Association of Computer Investigative Association.   

In private practice, he is the owner operator the computer forensics firm, DataClues Inc.  David has been contracted and consulted for, Fortune 500 companies and law firms as it relates to a wide variety of civil issues.  Theft of intellectual property, improper use of company computers and assets, sexual/gender harassment, extortion, employment and other related matters.  He has vast experience working with the human resources personnel, general counsel and outside counsel for numerous companies.  He has successfully assisted clients with the monitoring, termination, prosecution and sometimes, exoneration of employees of these clients.

David is a licensed private investigator in the State of California.  He holds numerous certifications as it relates to digital evidence.  


Tim Burke

Tim Burke is a client advisor in Marsh’s FINPRO Practice and is based in our Denver office.  He advises clients on placement and structure of complex professional liability coverage.  Tim is also the Cyber Practice Leader within the Marsh Power & Utility industry group.

His technique includes the identification and quantification of unique risk factors and results in tailored risk transfer solutions.  His areas of expertise include network/privacy risk, technology errors and omissions, miscellaneous professional and media liability.  Tim is a recognized innovator within the rapidly evolving area of risk transfer.

Tim has a wide range of experience in the insurance industry.  Before joining Marsh in 2007, he helped establish a national practice group specializing in errors and omissions coverage for a large international broker.  Within that practice, he was charged with consulting leading global technology, e-commerce and media companies on their insurance programs.

Tim also worked as a technology risk underwriter.  Before that, he worked for an independent brokerage where he concentrated on professional liability coverage for law firms.

Guest speaker at various business and insurance forums throughout the world, including RIMS, IATA, and IIA

MBA, University of Denver

BA in History, University of Kansas