Meeting/Event Information


March 20, 2018

Spring Half-Day Session (Includes 1 hour of ethics CPE)
March 20, 2018
8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Industrial Commission of Arizona
800 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Cyber threats, FCPA, Effective Ethics & Compliance Programs, Terrorism

$25.00 Member Ticket

$50.00 Guest Ticket

Please join us for our 4 hour Spring training on March 20, 2018 (includes 1 hour of ethics CPE)


Current cyber threats & trends

FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), False Claims Act

Effective ethics & compliance programs and historical disasters that effective ethics & compliance programs could have stopped

Terrorism history and tutorial


Martin Hellmer, Supervising Special Agent, FBI

Jim Rough, President SunHawk Consulting

Todd Kopcha, Special Agent, FBI

Agenda: The event will run from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

  •          Sign-in: 8:00 AM
  •          Program: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM


Industrial Commission of Arizona

800 W. Washington St.

Phoenix, AZ 85007

Parking: Free, on the top level of the garage just west of the building

Cost: $25 for current chapter members; $50 all others.

Registration Information: Pre-registration is required for all attendees for this event. Registration is open through 03/19/2018 or until all seats are filled. Register online at You may pay your admission fee with a credit card online at the time of registration. Alternately, cash and checks only are accepted at the door.

Refund Policy: Email to cancel. To be eligible for a refund, cancellations must be received by the 3rd business day prior to the meeting (for example, by Thursday at 5 pm before a Tuesday meeting). Credit card payments will be refunded to the credit card. Cash or check payments will be refunded by check.

Complaint Resolution:  Please contact the Training Director at

Program Description

  • (8:00-8:30) Sign-in
  • (8:30-9:20) SAA, Martin Hellmer will discuss current cyber threats and trends
  • (9:20-9:50) Jim Rough, President of SunHawk Consulting will provide insight on FCPA, the False Claims act and introduce effective ethics & compliance programs
  • (9:50-10:05) Break
  • (10:05-10:35) Martin Hellmer will also speak to FCPA from the FBI perspective
  • (10:35-11:05) Jim Rough will speak to examples of historical disasters that effective ethics & compliance programs could have stopped
  • (11:05-11:20) Break
  • (11:20-12:20) SA, Todd Kopcha will provide a history and tutorial on terrorism and terrorism investigations

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Identify current cyber security risks
  • Discuss trends in the area of cyber security
  • Recognize effective and ineffective ethics & compliance programs
  • Define the FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) and the False Claims Act regulations
  • Discuss terrorism and terrorist intervention throughout history

Program Information

  • Delivery Method: Group Live
  • Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Apps, Behavioral Ethics
  • Recommended CPE Credits: 4
    • CPE Certificates will be emailed within 10 business days to those who attend the entire program and sign in on the attendance sheet.
  • Level: Basic
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Advance Preparation: None

Presenter Information

Martin Hellmer, Supervising Special Agent, FBI

Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) Martin E. Hellmer currently supervises the FBI's Cyber Task Force in Phoenix, Arizona. SSA Hellmer previously served as a supervisor in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC, and as an investigator of terrorism and white collar crimes in the FBI's Washington, DC, Field Office. He received the 2013 FBI Director’s Award for Outstanding Counterterrorism Investigation for his work on the Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Hammadi cases. Prior to joining the FBI in 2002, SSA Hellmer practiced as a Certified Public Accountant.

James Rough, CFE, CHC, CCEP - President of SunHawk Consulting, LLC.

For 17 years, U.S. and international clients have trusted Mr. Rough to perform independent fraud investigations, compliance effectiveness assessments; consult on complex contract disputes including quantification of damages; perform complex data analytics on large datasets and perform sample selections using various methods. He has also served as an independent technical advisor to State Auditors and the Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services (CMS).

Mr. Rough regularly advises clients on multiple topics, including the False Claims Act, Affordable Care Act, Stark Law & Anti-Kickback Statute, Medical Loss Ratios (MLR), Usual and Customary Rates in Healthcare Industry, Claims Data Analytics, Fraud Prevention and Investigation, statistics and technical accounting for revenue recognition. Mr. Rough’s healthcare clients include some of the nation’s largest insurers, hospital systems, global medical device/implant manufacturers and utilization managers.

Mr. Rough has led or had significant roles in high-profile forensic investigations and compliance reviews domestically as well as in Europe and the Middle East. Mr. Rough has provided significant support to clients communicating complex issues to regulatory and enforcement personnel, including the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Health & Human Services (HHS) - Office of Inspector General (OIG). He has communicated investigation and/or audit findings directly to CMS, State Medicaid Auditors, and to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) enforcement personnel.  Mr. Rough has also served as a non-testifying subject matter expert to white-collar defense counsel in high-profile criminal DOJ, civil SEC, and class action proceedings.

Mr. Rough is a regular lecturer for the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) on best practices for Communicating with Government Regulators and Enforcement personnel.  Mr. Rough serves as Chair of the annual Arizona Regional Conferences for HCCA and Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and on planning committee for the HCCA and SCCE’s Annual Board Audit and Compliance Committee Conferences. Mr. Rough is also Chair of the Arizona Ethics and Compliance Council.

Todd Kopcha, Special Agent, FBI

Special Agent Kopcha has been with the FBI since 1997 specializing in Counter Terrorism matters to include investigative efforts for the Atlanta Olympic bombings,  9/11 attack,  Al Qaeda, Islamic State and Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVE).  Additionally, Special Agent Kopcha was the FBI Special Events coordinator which focused on terrorist attack vulnerabilities during high level target events, to include the Super Bowl, BCS Championship and NBA All-Star game. During his tenure, Special Agent Kopcha was also the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Coordinator and a member of the High Value Detainee Interrogation group (HIG). Special Agent Kopcha served in Middle East as a member of the International Contract Corruption Task Force on two separate four month deployments. The deployments entailed travel to Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Iraq. Special Agent Kopcha also attended Interview and Interrogation training in Israel.

Additionally, Special Agent was a Supervisory Special Agent at FBI Headquarters serving as the Watch Commander for the FBI’s  24/7 Strategic Information Operations Center (SIOC).  SA Kopcha obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Park University and a Master’s degree in Homeland Security from Penn State University. Special Agent Kopcha served as an Officer in the United States Air Force prior to his career with the FBI.

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