Cesare Frank Figliuzzi is a former American government executive. Figliuzzi joined the FBI as a special agent in August 1987 and has worked for the FBI in the Atlanta, Washington, D.C., headquarters, San Francisco, Miami, and Cleveland offices. He was the assistant special agent in charge of the Miami Field Office, the FBI’s fifth largest office. Figliuzzi also served as the FBI’s chief inspector from December 2005 until his appointment as head of the Cleveland Division. As Assistant Director, he was based at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and worked closely with other government executives. In February 2011 then-director Robert Mueller appointed Figliuzzi assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division.
Following his FBI service, Figliuzzi joined General Electric and served for five years as assistant chief security officer for investigations, insider threat, workplace violence prevention, and special event security for GE’s 300,000 employees in 180 countries. Figliuzzi is currently a frequent national security contributor for NBC and MSNBC News.