Kathryn Haun is a prosecutor with DOJ and its first coordinator for emerging financial technologies, investigating and prosecuting violations of federal criminal law, focused on organized crime syndicates, cybercrime, Dark Net and fraud. She also teaches Stanford Law School’s first-ever course on cybercrime and digital currency, and is called on by US and international policymakers for expertise in these areas. She has investigated and prosecuted corporate compliance failures, and negotiated criminal resolutions with Fortune 500 tech companies. Haun has also been lead counsel in jury trials, including RICO murder and organized crime cases, to successful verdict, and led high-profile, complex investigations such as Ripple Labs, Inc. and the former federal agents investigating Silk Road.*
*Kathryn is participating in the RSA Conference in her personal and not official capability.