Christopher E. Swecker Esq; Retired Assistant Director, FBI; and former Global Security Director, Bank of America

Chris Swecker has 30 years of experience in law enforcement, national security, legal, corporate security and risk management positions. Swecker served 24 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and was responsible for nine divisions, including cyber, criminal, international operations, training, crisis management, operational technology, criminal justice information and law enforcement, which encompassed more than half of the FBI’s total resources.

 

As Corporate Security Director for Bank of America, Swecker led investigations, physical security, international security and executive protection with an overall budget of more than $250 million. In this role, he executed a comprehensive transformation of all aspects of the security organization, emphasizing the use of advanced analytical software, security technology and fusion of open source, government and internal information to drive strategies to prevent fraud, privacy and security events.

 

Swecker has testified before Congress on topics such as identity theft, crimes against children, mortgage fraud, human trafficking, financial crimes, information privacy and data compromise, crimes on the Internet and gangs. He has also appeared as a guest on such media programs as 60 Minutes, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, C-SPAN's Washington Journal and North Carolina People.

 

Swecker is a graduate of Appalachian State University and received his law degree from the Wake Forest School of Law.

Chris Swecker Enterprises

 

Delivering highly customized consultant services across the operational risk spectrum.

Expert in Financial Crimes; Physical and Cyber Security; Incident Management and Insider Threats. Designing and Implementing End to End Security in A Global Risk Environment.

 



Event Keynote and Speaker services

  • "Virtual Internet Based Financial Crime Networks, the New Organized Crime Model"
  • "Breaking Down Silos to Out Network Global Criminal Enterprises"
  • "Government Benefits Fraud, Going After The Easy Target"
  • "Using Advanced Analytics and "Big Data" to Combat Fraud"
  • "Security Incident Management: Integrating All Data Sources To Support Sound Decisions"
  • Transnational Criminal Enterprises: A Clear and Present Danger"
  • Protecting Your Corporation's Most Important Assets From Competitors, Cyber Criminals and State Sponsors"