LaMagna and Associates, LLC has expertise in developing training curricula and materials in the areas of cybersecurity, IP protection and online safety, and has done so for a number of organizations such as Microsoft, eBay, the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC), the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). As a Director of Internet Safety at Microsoft, Rich LaMagna developed curricula and materials for law enforcement training programs in cybersecurity investigations, IP protection and online child safety. He managed a highly successful international law enforcement training program conducted jointly with INTERPOL and ICMEC in which over 3400 officers from 110 different countries received training. Rich LaMagna has been frequently called upon to provide training to both law enforcement and corporate professionals and to speak at various industry conferences and organizations. In 2013 he was invited by Johnson & Johnson as the keynote speaker at a conference in Xining, the capital of Qinghai Province China sponsored by the Food and Drug Administration of China. In 2015 he travelled to Nairobi, Kenya to provide cybercrime investigations training to investigators for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) based in Africa. Mr. LaMagna was also an adjunct professor of Criminal Justice at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, where he taught both graduate and undergraduate level courses in cybercrime. LMA can design and present course content and training materials to meet the client’s training goals and objectives.