Gov’t Service Vet Christopher Maynard Named CISO of LexisNexis’ Reed Tech Subsidiary

Jeff Brody
Christopher Maynard

Christopher Maynard, a former director and branch chief at the Department of Homeland Security, has joined LexisNexis subsidiary Reed Tech as chief information security officer, G2Xchange FedCiv reported Tuesday.

Horsham, Pa.-based Reed Tech aims to help government customers manage data programs with the use of technology.

Maynard spent six years at DHS after he previously worked as a senior special agent in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of the Inspector General for more than three years.

He also served as a managing consultant at IBM (NYSE: IBM) and held special agent roles at the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Army’s cyber investigation divisions.

He has gained cybersecurity experience in Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation operations, computer forensics, mobile security, emerging technology and system modernization during his public-sector career.

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