David Burg is a principal in PwC�s U.S. Advisory practice and PwC�s Global and U.S. Cybersecurity Leader. �In this role he leads a team of cybersecurity professionals who assist multi-national businesses, private organizations and governments to understand, plan for and mitigate the risk of global cyber threats. Based in PwC�s office in McLean, VA., Mr. Burg leads a variety of engagements around the world, including work in connection with a number of significant sensitive data breaches and intellectual property thefts , hacking events, forensic investigations and security and vulnerability assessments for clients in a range of industries. � � He has lectured at NYU�s Stern School of Business, Georgetown University, and Penn State University. �Mr. Burg regularly contributes to and has been quoted in a variety of business and industry journals, including The Wall Street Journal CIO Journal, The Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance Journal, The Washington Post, Financial Times, SC Magazine, CSO magazine, Consulting magazine and has been a guest on NPR. He has presented a wide range of topics at global corporations, law firms, industry events, and government agencies. Mr. Burg holds an MBA from the College of William and Mary and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
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