Emily Stapf is a Director in PricewaterhouseCoopers' Forensic Technology Solutions practice with thirteen years information technology consulting experience. Mrs. Stapf has assisted clients with data breaches, information security, cloud migration, complex data analysis, eDiscovery preparedness, computer forensics, and systems assessments for corporate clients, government clients and law firms domestically and internationally. Mrs. Stapf has worked on investigative matters involving sensitive data leakage, electronic discovery strategy, embezzlement analysis, foreign corrupt practices act violations, grant misappropriation, cash flow tracking, over-billing fraud, export control review/ITAR violations, tax misrepresentation, time and expense fraud and business process controls analysis. Her commercial experiences have spanned the healthcare, financial services, retail and consumer, aerospace and defense, telecommunications, and utilities industries. In addition to her forensics and strategy work, Mrs. Stapf has experience in system design and implementation, and business process architecture from her time with Accenture LLC. Mrs. Stapf is a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Certified Information Security Manager and has an active Federal Top Secret clearance.