NEW YORK, NY – October 13, 2016 –T&M Protection Resources, LLC (T&M), a New York City-based worldwide provider of security, cyber, intelligence and investigative services, is pleased to announce the expansion of its Technology Risk division with the addition of Damian Schwartz. Mr. Schwartz will join Technology Risk’s highly skilled and experienced team of cyber experts led by Paul G. Lewis, a recognized leader and innovator in the industry.
Prior to joining T&M, Mr. Schwartz served as Senior Special Agent of Cyber Security with the U.S. Secret Service (USSS). While with the USSS, he led investigative teams in cyber security matters and performed covert cyber testing, including advanced social engineering practices. In addition, Mr. Schwartz was a leader in the USSS Electronics Crimes Task Force where he developed many key standards in the areas of information security best practices. Mr. Schwartz brings his expansive industry expertise in the areas of cyber security, network intrusions, identity theft, and bank fraud to T&M, where he will contribute to the Technology Risk division’s already robust and highly diversified core strengths and solutions-based cyber security services and capabilities.
T&M’s Technology Risk division is comprised of four specialized units: Cyber Incident Response, Information Security, Data Forensics and Compliance Technology Consulting. The division assists institutions of all kinds in the prevention of technology risks, enabling organizations, institutions and governments to securely conduct electronic business and, in the event of a breach, to recover in a way that mitigates losses and prevents further risk. Technology Risk analysts also provide litigation and investigative support for clients seeking to obtain and preserve critical evidence from various technological devices including computers, servers, cell phones and memory sticks. In the event or in anticipation of a regulatory audit, T&M also assists organizations in preparing for and working to comply with state, federal and foreign regulators.