Nick SelbyDirector, Cyber Intelligence and Investigations, NYPD
Nick is the Director of Cyber Intelligence and Investigations for the New York City Police Department. He serves the NYPD's Intelligence Bureau, helping advise the strategy and policies that govern how the Bureau assesses and manages investigations and intelligence in the Cyber domain. For nearly a decade Nick has served the public as a Texas police officer and detective investigating Internet crimes against children. He created an intelligence sharing system connecting more than 1100 regional investigators, produced law enforcement intelligence conferences, and created technologies that helped law enforcement agencies and officers become more efficient and effective. In the private sector, as Chief Information Security Officer, and as a strategic information security consultant for Bishop Fox, CJX, Inc., and Secure Ideas, Nick has provided leadership in the creation and security architecture of traditional and cloud computing environments in the financial services, manufacturing, publishing, retail, and entertainment verticals. He is author or co-author of several books, including “Cyber Survival Manual: From Identity Theft to The Digital Apocalypse and Everything in Between (2017, Weldon Owen); "In Context: Understanding Police Killings" (2016, Contextual Press/Calibre Press); "Blackhatonomics: An Inside Look at the Economics of Cybercrime (Syngress, 2012)", and was technical editor of "Investigating Internet Crimes" (Syngress, 2013).
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