FBI’s Liz Lehrkamp to speak during Small Business Forum at Cyber Security Summit

Liz Lehrkamp, Special Agent with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, will speak during the Small Business Forum at the Summit on Wednesday afternoon, October 12th. At this half-day event, Lehrkamp will focus on helping companies protect themselves from cyber and white collar crime.

Lehrkamp entered on duty with the FBI in February 2005 at the Newark field office where she investigated Organized Crime and then Cyber Crime. In September 2010, she was transferred to the Minneapolis field office and assigned to the Human Intelligence squad working cyber matters. Lehrkamp became the InfraGard Coordinator for the Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota Chapters in May 2011. Currently, she is part of the White Collar fraud squad investigating embezzlement, financial advisor fraud and theft of trade secrets. Liz received her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and is a member of the Society of Women Engineers.

The Small Business Forum is half-day event on the second day of the Cyber Security Summit focusing on the challenges and needs of small businesses. It is open to those registered for the Full Summit or VIP All Access Pass and it is available as single registration if you are only interested in attending the Small Business Forum.

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