Kevin Branzetti is the Deputy Director of Intelligence at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office assigned to oversee terrorism and cyber-crime related investigations. He retired from the NYPD in 2015 after 22 years of service and has been involved with criminal, financial and terrorism investigations, cyber intelligence, human intelligence, source development, and intelligence collection, analysis and dissemination. During the last 12 years of his career at the NYPD, he worked in the Intelligence Bureau supervising terrorism investigations and counterterrorism programs. The final six years in Intel he was the commanding officer of the Cyber Intelligence Unit. During this time he created the Cyber Intelligence Unit’s terrorist targeting program, developed and implemented rules and guidelines for cyber investigations and cyber undercover officers to ensure legal compliance and efficient use of Unit resources, briefed law enforcement agencies from around the world on cyber investigation techniques, briefed private sector entities on foreign terrorist organizations’ (FTOs) use of the internet, created a training course on using the web to investigate a target of investigation, and was the NYPD Liaison to social media corporations.