Ed joined Exelon in August 2009 and has responsibility for Cyber and Physical Security, as well as Business Continuity across the enterprise. In this capacity, he was a contributing author to the 2011 National Infrastructure Advisory Council Study on Resilience. Prior to joining Exelon, he was the COO of I2S, Inc., a services company whose clients included U.S. Intelligence Community agencies from 2007-2009. During his 20-plus-year tenure with the FBI as a Special Agent, Ed was detailed to the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center and led the CIA Team in the response to the August 7th, 1998, bombing of the U.S. Embassy Nairobi, Kenya. He was chief of the FBI’s Legal Attaché Office in Germany from 2000-2005 and was instrumental in the 9-11 investigation of the Al-Qaeda terrorist cells in Germany. Ed also established the FBI’s Baghdad Office in 2005. Upon return to the U.S., he led FBI Baltimore’s Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence and Cyber Programs. Prior to his retirement, he was Acting Chief of the Office of International Operations, FBI Headquarters, charged with responsibility for all FBI Overseas Offices.