Cybersecurity Experts

Erich Falke, Esq., CIPP/US

Erich Falke, Esq., CIPP/US

Chief Information Security Officer & Cyber Risk Practice Manager

Erich Falke is a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania and Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).

Prior to joining ePlace, Erich was a partner in the Chambers-ranked Privacy and Data Protection department at Baker & Hostetler LLP. While at Baker & Hostetler, Erich counseled clients who had experienced a data security incident in the healthcare, financial, retail and professional fields.

Erich has an electrical engineering background and, prior to practicing in the privacy and data protection area, spent over 15 years as an intellectual property attorney litigating patent, trade secret and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act claims in federal court and routinely advised clients on intellectual property matters.

As the Cyber Risk Practice Manager, Erich is responsible for overall operations of ePlace’s cyber risk management services. ePlace’s cyber services minimize risks of cyber attacks by working closely with policyholders to develop and implement sound cybersecurity practices through comprehensive online educational and guidance materials and extensive employee training.

Preston Miller

Preston Miller

Senior Cybersecurity Risk Consultant

Preston brings over 15 years of experience in Cybersecurity and has a diverse background in cyber policy and governance, cybersecurity architecture and program management, and enterprise strategic planning.

Before ePlace Solutions, Preston was the Chief Information Security Officer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the Section Manager for Networking, Cybersecurity & Identity. Preston was responsible for establishing a robust information security operational strategy, security architecture, and system to help reduce cyber threats. Preston managed the Cybersecurity team to ensure the necessary processes, technologies, and practices were designed and deployed to protect the systems and data. With Preston’s extensive experience he managed, led, created, and delivered the Identity, Credential, and Access Management Program Plan.

Before JPL, Preston was the Security Operations Manager at NASA Ames Research Center. He was responsible for ensuring the strategic plan, mission, and vision were communicated and integrated with the team’s objectives and goals. With his leadership, the networking infrastructure and cybersecurity program were both vital cornerstones of the organization.

Previously, Preston was the Cyber Risk Information Assurance Manager and Incident Response Team Lead at the Department of Defense (the Pentagon). He provided oversight of enterprise-wide information assurance, validation, and verification program reviews, conducted risk and vulnerability assessments, and ensured the confidentiality and integrity of enterprise networks. Preston also served in the U.S. Army for ten years, deploying to both Iraq and Afghanistan where he learned the value of leadership and selfless service.

Preston graduated with a Master of Science Degree in Cybersecurity and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computers and Network Security from the University of Maryland. Preston has also been a keynote speaker for various Cybersecurity events such as the Cal Poly 2020 Cybersecurity Symposium, the Georgetown University 2021 Infosec Symposium, and the Mars 2020 Launch Preparations.

Tiffany Zorn

Tiffany Zorn

Senior Cybersecurity Risk Consultant

Tiffany has over 15 years of experience in Cybersecurity, with extensive knowledge in data protection, threat and vulnerability management, governance, risk management, compliance, security forensics, enterprise security programs management, and training.

Prior to ePlace Solutions, Tiffany’s expertise was honed at both LexisNexis Risk Solutions (one of the world‘s largest big data companies) and KPMG (a “Big 4” accounting firm). While at LexisNexis Risk Solution’s, Tiffany created the internal security operations center (SOC), lead the vulnerability and threat management team, and handled reverse malware engineering.

Tiffany also led the Data Protection team at LexisNexis which oversaw the data privacy, discovery, classification, and encryption of multiple LNRS Data Centers (over 50,000 servers). This work included assisting and advising the FBI, DOD, US Marshals, and the NSA on cybersecurity issues associated with active security investigations and/or prosecutions. This work included a series of log analysis, web scraping, data gathering, hardware retrieval and diagnostics, IP pinging and time stamping, all within the forensics guidelines established by NIST for the US Criminal Justice Center. While at KPMG, Tiffany was responsible for all data security within the KPMG enterprise network. This included data protection, privacy, audits, SIEMs, and security reports. As a cybersecurity consultant for KPMG, Tiffany engaged in ethical hackings, web scraping, forensics protection, data protection, security management, security awareness and training.

Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science in Technology Management and Network Administration.