Lucia M. Ziobro is an Inspector at the Inspection Division. She was the Section Chief over Cyber Operational Engagement, where she is charged with leading FBI engagement initiatives with private sector companies, other government agencies, and critical infrastructure in the realm of both national security and criminal based cyber threats. In this role, Ms. Ziobro is the senior executive leading several teams responsible for the FBI’s mission to protect and partner with private industry. This is achieved through several lines of effort: providing advanced intelligence about cyber threats derived from the FBI’s investigative activity, establishing partnerships to pursue and defeat cyber threat actors, and managing programs designed to empower field level cyber investigators to have productive private industry partnerships. Ms. Ziobro also manages the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, an online platform for the public to submit information concerning internet and technology enabled criminal activity.
While Ms. Ziobro’s career has focused on national security matters, with over 20 years of experience in counterintelligence, counterterrorism, and cyber investigations of nation state actors, she has also investigated health care fraud, insider trading, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and civil rights investigations. Prior to joining the FBI, Ms. Ziobro practiced corporate law in Connecticut specializing in real estate litigation. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Boston College in 1990 and her Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School in 1993.