For over 10 years Donald Freese has been working with the FBI serving in operational assignments both criminal and national security investigations. Mr. Freese is coordinates 24 partner federal agencies across all verticals of cybersecurity and threat intelligence. Don Freese is the Director of the NCIJTF, one of the seven designated federal cyber centers. He’s responsible for leading 24 partner agencies and over 200 federal employees in partnership to accomplish the cyber investigative mission through coordinating, integrating, and sharing cyber threat data within the highest levels of government. Mr. Freese has served as a Special Agent with the FBI since 1996 and served in operational assignments in both criminal and national security investigations, with increasing responsibility in cross-functional areas of both disciplines. Preceding his current assignment, Mr. Freese was the FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge responsible for all cyber, counterterrorism, and counterintelligence operations in north Texas. Mr. Freese has a Master of Science in Business Continuity, Security and Risk Management from Boston University.
- Interactive discussion with Donald Freese, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Donald Freese , For over 10 years Donald Freese has been working with the FBI serving in operational assignments both criminal and national security investigations. Mr. Freese is coordinates 24 partner federal ...
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This fireside chat will help you understand nation-state adversaries and the evolution of risk management through strategic application of threat intelligence. You will learn disruption strategies regarding intrusions and attacks before they impact your business, as well as ways to develop action plans that create a stronger connection between your enterprise and the FBI.