Tim Marsh transferred to the Memphis FBI Field Office in July of 2015 and was assigned to investigate Counterintelligence matters along with Cyber violations. After almost 15 years in the FBI working Counterintelligence matters Mr. Marsh has become an expert in all facets of this skill set. Reading people, understanding body language and most importantly becoming an expert in the science known as social engineering has allowed him to be very successful in speaking to numerous groups/companies as the FBI’s Memphis Chapter InfraGard Coordinator as well as the division’s Private Sector Coordinator.
Mr. Marsh began his career as a Special Agent with the FBI in 2004, where he was assigned to the New Orleans Field Office. Mr. Marsh investigated a variety of counterintelligence matters, and in 2009 was transferred to the Los Angeles Field Office where he continued his work with counterintelligence. In 2011, he was named Supervisory Special Agent of the cyber program in the New Orleans Field Office.
In 2012, Mr. Marsh was instrumental in identifying cyber-related victims and developing a method of effectively notifying impacted victims. Mr. Marsh was essential in the Cyber Division’s redevelopment of the Guardian for Cyber threat tracking program. Additionally, Mr. Marsh drove to implement the Guardian for Cyber program, to include iGuardian, to be utilized throughout the US government effectively implanting Section 4 of Executive Order 13636. In April of 2013, and before his final transfer to Memphis, he was selected as the Unit Chief of the Cyber Division’s Guardian Victim Analysis Unit responsible for ensuring the FBI successfully implemented the Guardian for Cyber program enterprise-wide.
Before entering the FBI, Mr. Marsh worked as an engineer with a company in the Memphis area, specifically associated with the manufacturing of HID lighting products as well as computer/networking management. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Memphis in 1999.