Keith T. Schwalm
Keith T. Schwalm "joined Good Harbor Consulting, LLC after serving as a Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service for eight years. His assignments with the Secret Service focused on electronic and high-tech investigation and protection missions within the Secret Service. Mr. Schwalm served as a member of the Electronic Crime Special Agent Program, with assignments in the Albuquerque Resident Office, Financial Crimes Division, Office of Congressional Affairs and the Homeland Security Division.
"Mr. Schwalm was detailed to the position of Director of Infrastructure Protection to the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board at the White House from 2001 - 2002. He was responsible for coordinating efforts with the financial services sector and physical security of cyber assets working groups. Among his duties, Mr. Schwalm participated in the drafting of the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace, U.S.-Mexico bilateral discussions on cyber and physical infrastructure dependencies, and developing policy to combat the insider threat.
"Mr. Schwalm was then detailed as Director of U.S. Secret Service and Cyber Security R&D Portfolios for the Science and Technology Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security. In this assignment, Mr. Schwalm initiated cyber security research projects with the InfoSec Research Council, the Cyber Defense Technology Experimental Research Network, the Griffiss Institute, the National Threat Assessment Center, and National Institute of Standards and Technology. Mr. Schwalm created the foundational model for the Department of Homeland Security cyber security research center.
"Prior to his service with the Secret Service, Mr. Schwalm worked as an Apple Systems Engineer and Technician supporting the Los Alamos National Laboratory contract. Mr. Schwalm also served as a Hospital Corpsman with the U.S. Navy from 1989 - 1993 and served in Operation Desert Shield/Storm.
"Mr. Schwalm has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of New Mexico and is presently enrolled in the 2002 Information Security Master's Cohort at James Madison University. Mr. Schwalm is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional."