The FBI heads the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF) which is comprised of 19 members from the United States Intelligence Community (USIC) and serves as the lead multi-agency national focal point for coordinating, integrating, and sharing pertinent information related to cyber threat and national security investigations. This presentation will provide an overview of the NCIJTF and discuss in-depth its history, USIC members, structure, authorities, and mission. Additionally, the presentation will detail the FBI’s recent next-generation efforts and reorganized approach to combating cyber crime and national security matters, and will include a detailed discussion of current US cyber threats.
- How the nation's intelligence community is collectively addressing cyber threats.
- How the FBI reorganized to address national security cyber matters.
- Overview of cyber threats being addressed by the Intelligence Community.
About Special Agent Douglas Dvorak
Supervisory Special Agent Douglas Dvorak began his FBI career from the Minneapolis Division office. Assigned to the Minnesota Cyber Crimes Task Force, he investigated federal criminal violations, such as computer intrusions, child pornography, and internet fraud. From 2006 to 2009 he was the coordinator for the Minnesota, North and South Dakota InfraGard chapters before leaving for FBI Hedquarters where he served as a national Progam Manager for InfraGard. From 2012 to 2013, SSA Dvorak was a program manager in the FBI’s newly reorganized NextGen Cyber Operations section, and most recently has been assigned to the FBI’s Key Partnership Engagemnt Unit in the Cyber Outreach section.