Emily Stapf is a Director in PwC's Forensic Technology practice focusing on digital risk management, strategy, security and analysis of sensitive information. Ms. Stapf leads investigations, assessments and projects arising from litigation and regulatory inquiries related to data breaches, privacy, cybercrime, information security, data mining, electronic discovery, computer forensics, and IT systems. She has advised hundreds of corporate, government and law firm clients across healthcare, retail, financial services, insurance, aerospace, IT, manufacturing and utilities industries on a global scale, and is well connected to PwC's global forensics network.
Ms. Stapf is a frequent speaker on the topics of cybercrime, data breach investigations and information risk management at IAPP, PLI, CSO, ABA and other forums.
Ms. Stapf has a Federal Top Secret clearance, is a Certified Information Security Manager and a Certified Fraud Examiner, and is an IAPP and ISACA member.