Immediately prior to his current assignment, Mr. Good was the senior Special Assistant to the Deputy Director where he provided support and guidance on a range of matters related to the day-to-day oversight of the Bureau’s activities and its 36,000 employees.
Mr. Good entered on duty as a Special Agent with the FBI in 1995. With more than 20 years of service, he brings a wide range of operational and leadership experience to the profession. Upon completion of New Agents Training, he was assigned to the Atlanta Field Office where he conducted violent crime and general criminal investigations, performed undercover work, and was a member of the SWAT Team and Atlanta High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force.
Since that time, he has served in a variety of positions in the FBI including, but not limited to: Unit Chief of the Cyber Division’s Public Private Alliance Unit where he had national responsibility for the FBI’s InfraGard Program and public and private sector outreach; Assistant Section Chief of the Counterintelligence Division’s Clandestine Services Section where he supported efforts to counter and defeat foreign intelligence services; Assistant Section Chief of the National Security Branch Executive Staff Section where he led four units that provided support to the Executive Assistant Director (EAD) of the National Security Branch, as well as guidance to the EAD in his management of the FBI’s counterterrorism, counterintelligence, weapons of mass destruction, and intelligence programs; and Assistant Special Agent in Charge in the Dallas Field Office (Criminal Branch II) where he oversaw violent crime, enterprise drug investigations, and child exploitation investigations.
Prior to his FBI service, Mr. Good was employed by the Hewlett-Packard Company as a computer sales executive. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from LaSalle University, and a Masters of Business Administration from The Pennsylvania State University.
Mr. Good will be discussing important issues including The FBI’s Cyber Mission, “Lanes in the Road” regarding The Dept. of Homeland Security and The NSA, the current Cyber Threat Landscape, Private Sector Engagement and addressing the concerns & myths about working with the FBI after a Data Breach.