Mike Dvilyanski, Supervisory Special Agent at the Cyber Branch, FBI New York
Mike Dvilyanski is Supervisory Special Agent at the Cyber Branch at the FBI's New York office. The Cyber Branch investigates national security and criminal computer intrusion matters and responds to cyber incidents in the New York City metropolitan area. In his role as Supervisory Special Agent, Mike leads an investigative team focused on sophisticated state-sponsored computer intrusions against U.S. interests. Prior to his current position, Mike was Coordinating Supervisor for the Cyber Branch in New York, where he oversaw coordination, resource, and outreach matters across national security and criminal computer intrusion programs and led the development and implementation of a cyber incident response framework for the FBI's New York office. Mike graduated from the FBI Academy in 2005. He was assigned to the New York Field Office of the FBI, where he investigated Counterintelligence and Cyber matters and was later promoted to serve as Supervisory Special Agent in the Cyber Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., where he oversaw investigations of state-sponsored cyber threats.