David Glockner joined the SEC in December 2013 as Regional Director for its Chicago office, which oversees the SEC’s examination and enforcement work in nine Midwestern states. He is active in cybersecurity issues for the SEC’s examination and enforcement programs at both the local and national levels, and serves as co-chair of the SEC’s Cybersecurity Working Group. Previously, he was the managing director in charge of the Chicago office of a global digital risk management and investigations firm. From 1987 to 2012, he served in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago, including 11 years as chief of the office’s criminal division. During his career as a federal prosecutor he led and oversaw significant prosecutions involving securities and commodities fraud, public corruption, intellectual property crime, cybercrime, national security, and customs and export enforcement. He was one of the office’s computer crime coordinators for more than 20 years and wrote the Justice Department’s principal reference manual on banking crimes. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, where he teaches a course on cybersecurity and the legal system.