About the Speaker
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    Colleen Moss
    Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

    Special Agent Colleen Moss joined the FBI in November 1996. Eight days into her new assignment in the Baltimore Division, Agent Moss chased down a bank robber and made her first arrest. Agent Moss served on the ground breaking Innocent Images National Initiative Squad in Baltimore for four years. She worked as an undercover Agent online luring child predators and bringing them to justice. During her tenure in Baltimore, Agent Moss assisted with the investigations of two 9/11 hijackers. She was also part of the Oklahoma City bombings investigation during the Terry Nichols trial in Denver, CO. While in Baltimore, Agent Moss acted as the Supervisory Special Agent over the Cyber Crimes Squad for two years before being assigned to the Charlotte Division. In 2005, Agent Moss was assigned to the Cyber Squad where she worked Computer Intrusion matters, child sexual exploitation, and investigated joint cases with the Counter Intelligence Squad. Agent Moss was selected as the Cyber Crime Squad Supervisor in November 2008. Just five months later, she was asked to step in as the Acting Assistant Special Agent in Charge over criminal matters. She is now enjoying life investigating and conducting outreach on Computer Intrusions and Counter Intelligence for the Charlotte Division.