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Jeff Jensen


Jeff Jensen of Husch Blackwell in St. Louis is a member of the firm’s Government Compliance, Investigations & Litigation group, focused on complex federal litigation, including data breach response. He has written several articles about data intrusions and counsels clients in preparing for and responding to a data breach.
He left his position
as a certified public accountant to work
as a special agent for
the Federal Bureau of Investigation in St. Louis for 10 years. He then spent another decade
as a federal prosecutor, leading prosecutions of notorious securities and computer fraud cases. In 2006, Jensen was named Executive U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District
of Missouri, an office
with 60 criminal and civil attorneys.

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Dave Chronister is co- founder and managing partner of Parameter Security, an ethical hacking firm based in St. Peters. As an experienced ethical hacker and information systems security professional, Chronister has security expertise in some of the most heavily regulated industries including financial services and healthcare.Chronister has served
as architect for A.G. Edwards’ electronic messaging system, technical liaison for
credit card organizations for Cybersource, and numerous other positions before starting Parameter Security. He has been featured on CNN, Bloomberg TV, MSNBC, Fox Business and other media outlets.
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J.D. Dobson is a senior vice president at FleishmanHillard, serving in the St. Louis public affairs group. He is a certified FleishmanHillard crisis counselor with issues management and crisis communications experience, including helping clients through data breaches, developing crisis communications plans, training executives to speak with the media and other stakeholders, and conducting tabletop crisis simulations.
Before joining FleishmanHillard, Dobson was a Washington, D.C.- based federal lobbyist with the firm Drinker, Biddle and Reath. He also has worked with the firm Stratfor as an issues analyst, and as an aide to U.S. Senator Christopher “Kit” Bond.

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Matthew Drake joined the U.S. Attorney’s
Office in 2002 in
St. Louis as an assistant U.S. attorney in the National Security Unit. His areas of responsibility include investigations and prosecutions related to anti-terrorism and national security matters, and electronic crimes. Prior to joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Drake was a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he worked on large white collar and economic crime investigations, as well as public corruption and federal narcotics offenses. Before working for the FBI, Drake wasan assistant prosecuting attorney in Franklin County. He earned his law and bachelor of
arts degrees from the University of Missouri, and special agent training from the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia.

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Audrey Katcher is a business advisory services partner at RubinBrown
in St. Louis. As a certified public accountant she
has more than 20 years
of public accounting experience in several industries with regional and global firms. Katcher has been an IT adviser for companies on IT strategy committees, as part of the IT due diligence team, as an IT internal audit leader and as part of IT external audit.
Since 1995 she has
help lead cybersecurity audits and related board communications. She belongs to the AICPA Information Management & Technology Assurance Executive Committee – SOC Task Force and the AICPA Trust/Data Integrity Task Force. She assists SOC1 and SOC2 report users in assessing their reports as part of broader vendor compliance programs and provides SOC1/SOC2 reporting for service organizations.