Retired FBI Agent and current Director of Client Outreach and Education, National Cyber Security Operations Center
Darren Mott entered on duty with the FBI in 1999 and during his 20-year career he worked both the cyber and counterintelligence threats. SSA Mott worked in the Charlotte, Cleveland, and Birmingham Field Divisions and worked at the cyber and counterintelligence national program level at FBIHQ. SSA Mott was responsible for building a working relationship between the FBI and Russian FSB to collaboratively combat the cyber threat and in 2011 he created the first national level program blending the counterintelligence and cyber disciplines within the FBI. This program recognized the relationship between nation state intelligence services and cyber actors and helped blend the investigative resources within the FBI. Mott is currently a senior Director at the National Cyber Security Operations Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Mott possesses master’s degrees in education and in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Analysis and hosts two cyber-focused podcasts, The CyBUr Guy Podcast and The Get CyBUr Smart podcast.
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