Albert Mendoza is a Protective Security Advisor (PSA) based in Billings, serving eastern Montana. Joining the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in January 2023, Albert brings invaluable expertise to their role.

With 11 years of experience as the Montana Area Commander for the Federal Protective Service (FPS)/DHS, Albert conducted Facility Security Assessments, provided safety training to federal employees, enforced federal law, and responded to civil unrest in the United States. Albert also served as an FPS inspector in Utah for two years and worked as a patrolman, defensive tactics instructor, and Drug Recognition Expert Instructor with the Loveland Colorado Police Department from 1991 to 2004.

During his time in Guatemala from 2004 to 2009, he served as a contractor advisor, training police in Central America on ethics and police tactics. As an Army Veteran and Paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division, he brings a strong sense of dedication and discipline to his work.

When not focused on his professional responsibilities, Albert enjoys spending time with his family and indulging in fly fishing on Montana’s rivers. Originally from northern Colorado, he has called Billings home for the past 11 years, actively contributing to the local community’s security.