Cybersecurity and Personal Risk: What’s Your Family Business Footprint?

Join family business member Greg Waggoner of Leupold & Stevens and Jordan Arnold and Joseph Lawlor of K2 Intelligence

Thursday February 4, 2016
2pm ET/11 am PT
60 minutes

In today’s digital world, family business information can no longer be considered private; more important, it can’t be considered secure. While modern technology has made the flow of information faster, better and more efficient, it also has opened the door to risks that affect you, your enterprise and your family.

In this webinar, Jordan Arnold and Joseph Lawlor of K2 Intelligence, along with Greg Waggoner, a board member and fourth-generation owner of Leupold & Stevens Inc., will discuss the components of a cybersecurity and physical risk footprint, including:

  • Publicly available information, such as news and contact information on the Internet and social media traffic.
  • Cyber assets, such as domains, firewalls, routers and switching at the edge of your network.
  • Publicly available information on your business or corporate environment, your infrastructure and relationships, emails, vendors, bank relationships, service providers.
  • Physical risk and your personal habits, such as when and how you come and go.
  • Overseas travel and associated potential compromise of your personal or business devices.
  • Your entourage -- the people who are closest to you. How well do you really know them?
  • The intersection of the cyber world with the physical world and the impact of video surveillance, building surveillance, card swipes, HVAC and other vendors; the myriad connected devices that can monitor, control or even advertise your physical location, assets and family (for good or bad).

This webinar will offer guidance on developing an awareness of your business and personal footprint and preventing security breaches.

Please join Family Business Magazine editor Barbara Spector, who will moderate this webinar on personal and cybersecurity for family businesses.


Greg Waggoner

Board Member and G4 Owner, Leupold & Stevens Inc.

Greg Waggoner is currently serving on the Leupold & Stevens Inc. board of directors. Greg has worked in the family business for close to 22 years, starting in the machine shop and working his way up through various leadership positions. As a fourth-generation owner, Greg has been involved in several transitions of the family business. The challenge continues on how to keep the growing ownership of over 50 shareholders engaged and aligned. Greg is involved with developing family infrastructure charters, the family council, the family foundation and a Leupold and Stevens PAC. He graduated from Oregon State University with degrees in business and graphic design and worked in advertising, graphic design and exhibit design prior to joining the family business. He served on Oregon State University’s Austin Family Business Program advisory board and the board of directors for Jose Zayas Evangelism International. He is past chairman of Leupold & Stevens Family Council, current treasurer/trustee of Leupold & Stevens Foundation and treasurer of Lake Oswego High School’s Boys Lacrosse club. Greg enjoys skiing, road and mountain biking and trying to keep up with his teenage boys.
Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is a family-owned, fifth-generation company that has been designing, machining, and assembling precision optical instruments and other products since 1907. The company's success has been built on a commitment to its customers’ absolute satisfaction and to building the best optics for hunters, wildlife observers and the military and law enforcement communities. Products include riflescopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, rangefinders and mounting systems. Manufacturing and assembly operations are located in Beaverton, OR. 
Jordan Arnold

Managing Director-New York, K2 Intelligence

Jordan Arnold is a Managing Director in K2 Intelligence’s New York office and brings more than a decade of investigatory and legal experience to complex engagements on behalf of private and public entities, financial services and law firms, and family offices.
Since joining K2, Jordan has directed an array of investigations and incident response assignments, including into allegations of fraud, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, theft of trade secrets, insider misconduct, data breach, threats and stalking. He has also conducted proactive investigations to acquire evidence of corporate and individual wrongdoing, including the use of covert techniques, and has provided law enforcement referral and liaison services.
Additionally, Jordan heads K2’s Art Risk Advisory Practice, offering strategic assistance with evaluating transactions and partners, protecting collections and overcoming challenges to rights and authenticity.
Prior to joining K2, Jordan served as an Assistant District Attorney at the New York County District Attorney’s Office. In his final assignment, Jordan led development of and headed the Financial Intelligence Unit, and served as a Senior Investigative Counsel in Major Economic Crimes.
As a prosecutor, Jordan routinely worked with the Major Case Squad of the New York Police Department (NYPD) on some of Manhattan’s most sensitive investigations, involving abduction, extortion, stalking, bank robbery and art crime, as well as thefts committed within the Police Commissioner’s Office, judicial chambers, cultural institutions and luxury hotels. One of these investigations resulted in the return of a stolen Salvador Dali watercolor, and the conviction of its thief.
Jordan’s homicide prosecutions included that of Nicholas Brooks, for the domestic violence murder of Sylvie Cachay at a private club, and a member of the Bloods street gang for an execution-style killing. Also assigned to the Violent Criminal Enterprises Unit, Jordan directed proactive, long-term investigations that dismantled gun and drug trafficking crews.
Jordan was twice recognized by the NYPD for meritorious service and his courtroom work has been quoted by publications including the New York Times, Guardian, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and New York Daily News, and covered by CNN, BBC, CNBC, and 48 Hours.
Jordan received his J.D. from Vanderbilt Law School and his B.A. from the University at Albany.
Joseph M. Lawlor

Associate Managing Director-New York, K2 Intelligence

Joseph M. Lawlor is an Associate Managing Director in the U.S. Cyber Investigations and Incident Response practice at K2 Intelligence.
Before joining K2 Intelligence Joseph served as a Special Agent in the Cyber Branch of the New York Office (NYO) of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he was a lead incident responder and investigator of computer intrusions that were sponsored and executed by foreign nation states. Joseph’s casework included complex, multinational investigations into major intrusions at the world’s largest institutions in the financial, energy and transportation sectors. He was awarded the Assistant Director’s Red Ant Award for excellence in cyber investigations and has briefed members of Congress on his casework’s impact on the counter-proliferation of dual-use technologies.
In September 2014, Joseph was named Acting Supervisory Special Agent (A/SSA) of a National Security Cyber squad in the NYO charged with investigating the top four foreign threats to United States national security. Joseph has applied his strategic vision and tactical expertise as one of the authors of the NYO’s cyber incident response plan. He served as a subject matter expert in cyber matters for the FBI’s Investigative Technology Training Team in its course and curriculum development as part of a Director’s initiative to improve internal training. And he has contributed as a participant and coordinator for numerous public and private sector table top exercises such as GridEx, and established the cyber critical infrastructure program in the NYO for the Energy and Transportation sectors. Joseph has also served on the planning committee for the annual International Conference on Cyber Security, co-hosted by the FBI and Fordham University since 2013.
Joseph received his B.A. in Physics at Rutgers University. Prior to joining the FBI, he taught Physics and worked as a technologist for a marketing company that serviced Fortune 500 companies. He holds certifications for the GIAC Security Essentials, Certified Intrusion Analyst, and Certified Penetration Tester. Joseph has deployed and trained with the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He completed training with NSA in cyber defense and the DHS’s advanced Industrial Control Systems protection training.
Barbara Spector

Editor, Family Business Magazine

Barbara Spector, who grew up in a family business, has served on the editorial staff of Family Business Magazine since 2000. She has been editor-in-chief since 2004 and became associate publisher in 2011. She compiled and edited six volumes in the acclaimed Family Business Handbook Series. Previously, she was the managing editor of Jewelers' Circular Keystone, a trade magazine for the jewelry industry, which is primarily composed of family businesses. She is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.


    *  60 minutes--maximum value for time
    * Completely free to attend
    * Time for questions and comments
    * All participants receive a copy of the webinar materials after the event
    * Unbiased third party family enterprise education


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