Chief Executive Officer
October 1, 2007 Garth joined the team of PacificEast Research as the CEO. As a former
leader in a diversity of industries from global initiatives that included establishing steel machinery sales in Latin America, sales and
a manufacturing facility in China, and family business succession planning while managing a food processing facility in Canada, Garth's portfolio
is distinguished by success through networking and empowering trustworthy people. His education is as diverse as his experience with a Bachelor's
degree majoring in humanities, accompanied by Executive Development training and ongoing non-profit/philanthropic endeavours. The personal identity
space has become a passion motivated by the worldwide need for the safety and security of people from fraudulent predators.
Chief Financial Officer
Ken came to PacificEast from an international public accounting
firm where he was the controller for a region of eight offices generating $20 million in annual fees. He was responsible for controlling and analyzing
various financial aspects of the business in order to help guide the enterprise to a profitable future. The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat
when dealing in the financial planning and mutual fund sales business has shaped and honed Ken's skills. He has brought these skills to the rapidly
changing industry of which PacificEast is a part. Ken holds a degree in Administrative Management, pursues continuing education in finance, taxation,
and management information systems, and volunteers his time and skills to charity work.
Chief Operating Officer
Scott spent the first 15 years of his career in traditional technology systems
development and information systems management in the multi-national manufacturing sector. In the last decade Scott has overseen the development
of specialized internet-based, real-time information products. As Principle Scientist of Qsent, Scott was responsible variously for Technology
Development, R&D and data design. After Qsent's acquisition by the credit bureau TransUnion he became TransUnion's Director of Data Management
and Principle Data Scientist, responsible for designing high-volume search algorithms and specifying data standardization and access methodologies.
Scott is the Chair of the Telecom Data Working Group, a telecom standards and practices committee made up of Tier 1 and Tier 2 telecommunication
companies and carriers and is co-Chair of the Open Identity Exchange Attribute Exchange Technology sub-group. He has a BS in Computer and Management
Information Systems from the University of Maryland and holds a US Patent in numerical methods for non-obvious associations.
Chief Technology Officer
Tom joined PacificEast in 2002 having previously spent time in software development,
information technology and consulting. Over the last 12 years Tom has designed and developed database and system architectures and componentry
upon which PacificEast has expanded its business. Tom is now responsible for our production operations and oversees not only software development
but also our testing and production data operations team. Tom holds a BS in Computing Science from Simon Fraser University.
Director, Carrier Relations
Stacey's tenure of over thirty years has been spent at tier one telecom companies and has
provided Stacey with the perfect skill set to manage PacificEast's relationships with the telecom community. Most recently Stacey was at AT&T
managing their identity and fraud prevention platforms within the Diversified Group, an AT&T division in Connecticut. Stacey was, and now at
PacificEast, is responsible for developing innovative ways of integrating telecom resources into services custom designed for fraud prevention and
consumer risk mitigation. The combination of a telecom background and a focus on fraud prevention enabled Stacey to implement the first commercially
available authoritative, real-time, Telecom direct sourced fraud prevention service in the identity verification market.
Principle of CedarHouse Cybernetics
Earl, a former
Assistant Commissioner, served 28 years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and retired as the Commanding Officer for the province of Saskatchewan.
Earl has a long-held interest in Internet technologies and cybercrime issues and has been involved in both overt and covert computer investigations
since 1986. Earl holds an undergraduate degree from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Saskatchewan.
Earl was the Founder and President of the Society for the Policing of Cyberspace (POLCYB), an internationally recognized network of policing and
computer professionals. Earl was also the founder and inaugural co-chair for the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Electronic Crime
Committee. He is currently an active member of the Futures Working Group, a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Society of
Police Futurists International.
Earl is an author and speaker on issues ranging from Human Rights to the Future of Cybercrime and to the role of the Internet in the Open Source
Intelligence (OSINT) gathering and analysis process. Earl has lectured to audiences in Hong Kong, New Zealand, England, Holland, Ireland, the United
States and throughout Canada.
Principle of McArthur Consulting Group
PacificEast Research has engaged Drew McArthur of the McArthur Consulting Group to advise us in matters related to administering services in Canada
within the parameters of Canadian Privacy Legislation.
Drew is the former Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Chief Compliance Officer for TELUS Communications, Canada's second largest telecommunications
provider. As Chief Compliance Officer, Drew was responsible for legal and regulatory compliance for all of TELUS' operations and for reporting to the Audit
Committee of the Board of Directors. Drew was a founding member of the Canadian Council of Chief Privacy Officers operating in conjunction with the
Conference Board of Canada and was a long-standing member of their executive committee. In 2004, Drew founded a cross-industry networking association
in British Columbia to assist privacy practitioners in B.C. with understanding the implications of private sector privacy legislation.
In 2006, Drew worked with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), an international organization dedicated to privacy education,
to develop the Canadian professional certification program and was the first individual to achieve the designation of Certified International Privacy
Professional of Canada (CIPP/C). Drew currently assists the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia by serving on her external advisory