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Philip E Frigm Jr.

Philip E Frigm Jr.
Philip E Frigm Jr.
Section Chief, Cyber Technical Analytics & Operations
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Philip E Frigm Jr joined the FBI as a Special Agent in March 2005. Assigned to the Newark Field Office, he worked various violations including Italian Organized Crime. In June 2006, he was assigned to Newark's cyber squad where he focused on investigating criminal and national security computer intrusion cases. Mr. Frigm became a member of CyD’s investigative rapid response Cyber Action Team (CAT) in 2007, where he deployed to field offices and provided in-depth computer intrusion expertise for significant investigations. In November 2010, Mr. Frigm was promoted to FBI Headquarters where he served as a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) in CyD’s National Security Section. While there, Mr. Frigm oversaw the program management of large-scale national security intrusion investigations and coordinated operations with US Intelligence and foreign partners regarding a specific, priority threat country. Mr. Frigm returned to investigative duties in Newark in May 2012 and was promoted to SSA of Newark's cyber program in September 2012. During his tenure as SSA, Mr. Frigm served as Newark's Program Coordinator for the Computer Intrusion Program and was an active member of the CyD Assistant Director's EAGLE team, advising executive management on various policy and operational matters. In January 2018, Mr. Frigm was selected as Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the FBI's Buffalo Field Office where he managed both the National Security and Intel Branches until his promotion to Section Chief (SC) of the Cyber Technical Analytics & Operations Section (CTAOS) for the FBI’s Cyber Division (CyD). In his current role, Mr. Frigm oversees the FBI CyD’s technical programs, including oversight of the CAT; forensics and reverse engineering programs; tactical and strategic technical intelligence programs; and the creation and use of custom applications and tools, all dedicated to help the FBI impose risk and consequence on cyber adversaries.

Speaking in:

Tuesday
June 21
1:05 pm1:25 pm

In this session, Bryan Smith, Section Chief for the FBI’s Cyber Criminal Section, will discuss the current state of cybercrime threats and how the FBI is working with the private sector and other government partners to counter and disrupt these threats.

This free program is open to retail full conference and retail Expo pass attendees with cyber roles and can be added to your on-site… Read more