LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ Michael Breslin Named to Secret Service Cyber Investigations Advisory Board

LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ Michael Breslin Named to Secret Service Cyber Investigations Advisory Board
Michael Breslin Client Relations Director LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Michael Breslin, strategic client relations director for federal law enforcement at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, has been selected to serve on the newly established cyber investigations advisory board of the U.S. Secret Service.

CIAB will advise the Secret Service’s office of investigations on latest trends in financial crime, investigative techniques, cybercrime and technologies and provide other insights in support of the agency’s mission, the company said Wednesday.

“Public-private partnerships like the CIAB are very helpful as the government contends with rampant COVID-19 related identity thefts, fraud schemes and network intrusions,” Breslin said.

Breslin will bring to the 16-member board his more than two decades of experience in federal law enforcement and transnational financial and cybercrime investigations. He joined LexisNexis Risk Solutions in February 2019 from the Secret Service, where he served as deputy assistant director for the office of investigations.

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