Miguel Clarke is the GRC and Cyber Security lead for Armor Cybersecurity. He spent nearly 24 years as a Special Agent with the FBI.
As a Special Agent, Miguel lead Counterintelligence Investigations before joining the cyber squad in 2000. As a member of the National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) Squad, he worked on National Security computer intrusion cases and was the primary case agent for the United States' efforts to protect the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter from broad-spectrum, Cyber-Counterintelligence threats.
A founding member of the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, his work led to the establishment of the Defence Collaborative Information Sharing Environment (DCISE), housed at the Defence Cyber Crime Center. He helped the FBI establish a comprehensive strategy for managing PRC-based, National Security computer investigations across the country and was awarded the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation (NIMUC) by the US Intelligence Community.
In 2010 he returned to Dallas to start its first National Security Cyber Squad before joining the Office of the Private Sector In 2017, formed to help the FBI improve collaboration and coordination efforts with private sector partners. In this role, Miguel provided advice, insights and subject matter expertise on issues related to leadership, cybersecurity, and risk.
Miguel now works for cloud-centric cyber risk experts, Armor, where he helps Armor's clients develop resilient environments and manage risk.
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