Ethan Bodzin serves as a senior intelligence analyst within the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Intelligence Division. An intelligence community veteran of 13 years with a background in cybersecurity and all-source intelligence operations, Mr. Bodzin brings a breadth of knowledge and expertise on threats to cyber and physical national critical infrastructure; identifying, analyzing, and mitigating the most critical risks facing the Nation.
Prior to joining CISA, Mr. Bodzin worked within The Texas A&M University System's Research Security Office, his work specializing in the foreign, non-traditional collection threat against the proprietary research and intellectual property of 11 universities and eight state agencies.
Mr. Bodzin spent 12 years in the United States Marine Corps, his career split between all-source intelligence analysis and counterintelligence and human intelligence collection. Throughout his military career, Mr. Bodzin's support crossed strategic, operational, and tactical-level boundaries with the goal of providing accurate, timely, and actionable intelligence to customers when and where required to ensure mission success.
Mr. Bodzin's previous roles include serving as the chief counterintelligence to force protection liaison officer for US Embassy Amman, managing direct action liaison for Joint Special Operations Task Force – Arabian Peninsula, Navy Special Warfare Unit Three, and producing actionable intelligence for Task Force 373.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, Mr. Bodzin is a decorated combat veteran whose private sector contributions aided the Texas A&M University System's 2017 and 2019 Award for Excellence in Counterintelligence for achieving extraordinary results in thwarting foreign-directed theft of US technology and the 2020 James S. Cogswell Award for Outstanding Industrial Security. Mr. Bodzin received his Bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University where he graduated as a National Security Agency P3I Cyber Scholar. He is undergoing his Master's degree from The National Intelligence University's School of Science and Technology Intelligence with concentrations in Emerging Technology and Geostrategic Resources and Weapons of Mass Destruction.