Stewart B. Roberts has been the Vice President of Global Security for Qualcomm since 2014 where he leads Physical Security and Brand Protection. For 27 years, he served in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). After graduating from the FBI Academy in 1986, he was sent to San Diego where he primarily investigated White Collar Crime. He became a Supervisor in 1996 and supervised Admin and White Collar Crime squads. In 1998, he became the FBI’s first Cyber Supervisor in San Diego and was instrumental in the formation of the first Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory. In 2002, he began serving as a Unit Chief in the FBI’s Cyber Division and was initially in charge of the FBI’s national strategy regarding Cyber Task Forces. He later was responsible for international Cyber coordination and support and represented the FBI on the G-8 Subgroup on High Tech Crime. In 2005, he returned to San Diego as an Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge where he oversaw the White-Collar Crime and Cyber Programs. In 2009, he was transferred to Rome, Italy where he served as the Legal Attaché coordinating national security, Cyber, and criminal matters with Italian and Maltese counterparts. He served briefly in the Organized Crime Sections at FBI Headquarters before joining Qualcomm in 2014. Stew is on the Board of Directors for the Identity Theft Resource Center based in San Diego which provides services nationally to identity theft victims. He is married and has three children. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Connecticut.