Deputy Assistant Director
FBI Cyber Division
Cyber Threats and Responses
Jeffrey Troy is the Deputy Assistant Director of the Cyber Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
He graduated in 1982 from the University of Rhode Island afterwhich he joined the FBI as a Special Agent and Certified Public Accountant in 1986. Mr. Troy served in the Pittsburgh and New York Offices investigating Cyber, Public Corruption and Financial Criminal matters. He led the FBI in Wilmington, Delaware and was the Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In each of these offices he established and enhanced the Cyber Crime Programs and Cyber Crime Task Forces. He led the FBI National Academy at Quantico and served as the Chief Accountant, Finance Division, responsible for internal controls and financial reporting on the FBI’s $7.3 billion budget.
Mr. Troy currently manages the Cyber National Security and Cyber Criminal Programs. Mr. Troy has created and instituted new strategies to more effectively identify and dismantle cyber criminal organizations and worked aggressively to build strong domestic and international cyber law enforcement partnerships through collocation of datasets and investigative/analytical resources; through joint investigations; and through the development of international threat mitigation strategies.