Eugenio Burzaco is currently the Secretary of Security for the Argentine Ministry of Security. Mr. Burzaco studied Political Science at the Universidad del Salvador and holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. He previously served as Security Advisor to former Neuquén governor, Jorge Sobisch, and joined the Ministry of Intelligence during the Fernando de la Rúa administration. From 2009-2011, Mr. Burzaco was the head of the Metropolitan Police of Buenos Aires. He also served as a Congressman from 2005-2009, serving on the Special Committee on Parliamentary Modernizations, the Commission on Addiction Prevention and Control of Drug Trafficking, and the Committees on Homeland Security and Penal Legislation. In 2005, he was elected National Deputy for the Province of Buenos Aires by the Republican Proposal party. Mr. Burzaco also taught at the Universidad del Salvador in the Faculty of Social Sciences and of Communication from 1998-2003.