Special Agent Caswell has over 25 years of investigative and intelligence experience. He served as a subject matter liaison to the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCICC) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and as a Congressional Fellow with the Financial Services Committee for the United States House of Representatives. As a Congressional Fellow, he worked on rules and regulations governing money laundering, access devices, money service businesses, money remitters, mobile payment systems, the Bank Secrecy Act, and Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR). Agent Caswell collaborated with FS-ISAC and financial institutions to promote better communication and information exchange between government agencies and the private sector, and he contributed to cyber legislation concerning the challenges of information sharing and the threats that cyber criminals pose to the financial sector including identity theft, access device, and on-line banking fraud. Agent Caswell supervised the Secret Service’s National Capital Region Fraud Task Force and served as a stakeholder to a local SAR task force. His teams investigated a number of frauds associated with crypto-currencies, social media, e-commerce, business email compromises, ransomware, spear-phishing, and ATM/credit card fraud. Agent Caswell is currently the Special Agent in Charge of the Office of Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs.