Ted Claypoole is an attorney and currently chair of the Cyberspace Law Committee in the American Bar Association's Business Law Section. Ted has written dozens of articles on Internet Law and on Data Security. He works in Charlotte, NC and leads the IP Transactions Team and the Data Management Team for Womble Carlyle. He was previously in-house technology and Internet counsel for CompuServe and Bank of America. Theresa Payton is the CEO of Fortalice Solutions and Co-Founder of Dark3. She was the first woman to hold this position. Theresa was in the banking industry for 16 years before serving at the White House. She was named one of the top 25 "Most Influential People in Security" for 2010 by Security Magazine. Theresa assists both Charlotte's CBS-WBTV and WBT 1110AM radio with a weekly "Protecting Your Cyberturf" segment and is requested frequently as a subject matter expert on several network news shows such as the Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox News and Fox Business.
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