Richard T. Jacobs

Richard T. Jacobs

Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Cyber Branch, FBI New York Division

Jacobs is the Assistant Special Agent in-Charge of the Cyber Branch in the FBI's New York Office. The branch investigates national security and criminal cyber matters and responds to cyber incidents in the New York metropolitan area. In 2014, Mr. Jacobs helped establish the Financial Cyber Crimes Task Force, a multi-agency initiative targeting cyber crime and technology-based fraud schemes.Following graduation from the FBI Academy in 1999, Mr. Jacobs was assigned to New York where he investigated a variety of securities fraud matters. From 2002 to 2005 he played the role of a corrupt stock broker in a market manipulation undercover operation which resulted in the conviction of 49 individuals. In June 2010, he was selected to lead a Manhattan-based securities fraud unit which handled the Bernard L. Madoff and Galleon Group insider trading investigations. He was named Assistant Special Agent in-Charge in October 2014. Prior to joining the FBI, Mr. Jacobs was a Risk Manager on Wall Street.


We've Been Breached: Now What? How to Effectively Work with Law Enforcement and Regulators

Presented by Richard T. Jacobs , Tracy Kitten , Jay Kramer , Kirk Nahra , Lisa Sotto  •  September 28, 2017

Moving from Indicators of Compromise to Indicators of Attackers: But Will Attacker Attribution Really Help Us?

Presented by Jackie Castelli , Richard T. Jacobs , Noam Jolles , Avivah Litan  •  June 13, 2017

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