Matthew Swenson

Division Chief - Cyber Division, Homeland Security Investigations

Matthew Swenson currently serves as the Division Chief at the Homeland Security Investigations Cyber Crime Center in Fairfax, VA. At C3, he oversees four units: Cyber Crimes, Child Exploitation Investigations, Computer Forensics and Cyber Training and Engagement. Prior to serving as Division Chief, Mr. Swenson served as the Unit Chief over the Cyber Crimes Unit and directly managed the Network Intrusion, Digital Crimes and Technical Solutions sections. Previously, Mr. Swenson served as Section Chief running the Network Intrusion Section at C3. Prior to his time at C3, Mr. Swenson was assigned to the Los Angeles, California, field office. Mr. Swenson has nearly 20 years of federal law enforcement experience focusing on digital forensics, cybercrime and incident response. Before his assignment in the Los Angeles field office, Mr. Swenson served as a Section Chief for the Department of Homeland Security Cyber Crimes Center’s Computer Forensics Unit. He also served as the Resident Agent in Charge at the NASA OIG Cyber Crimes Division, overseeing a team working cybercrime investigations at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA. Mr. Swenson currently holds a Masters of Science Degree in Information Security Engineering from the SANS Technology Institute.