Mr. Daniel A. Gray currently serves his country as an FBI Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) assigned to the Baltimore Field Office (as of April 2012) where he is responsible for the management and coordination of FBI Cyber Investigations for all of Maryland and Delaware. Prior to his present assignment, he was the Assistant Section Chief of FBI Cyber Division’s former Cyber National Security Section. He also performed a dual-role in this position as the Deputy Director of the presidentially-mandated National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF) for which the FBI is the executive agent.
Mr. Gray is a career counterintelligence/cyber specialist having served a majority of his FBI career with FBI Counterintelligence Division and Cyber Division. Prior to his time at the NCIJTF, Mr. Gray served three years as the FBI’s sole liaison to CIA’s Information Operations Center (CIA/IOC) coordinating efforts between the FBI and CIA for overseas and domestic information and technical operations. Before CIA/IOC Mr. Gray was in the National Security Branch of the FBI assigned to FBI Counterintelligence Division focused on efforts to defend the United States against espionage from foreign countries engaging in such activity.
He is a 1992 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy with a B.A. in Political Science. Mr. Gray is also a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a M.A. in Human Relations Psychology. Before joining the FBI in early 2000, Mr. Gray served his country as both an Air Force Intelligence Officer and Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) Special Agent. In his 26 years of service with the US Air Force and the FBI, Mr. Gray has received extensive training in Counterintelligence and Cyber Operations and Tradecraft, Computer Forensics, and Network Intrusions.