Assistant Special Agent in Charge Cyber Outreach, Partnerships & Stakeholder Engagement
United States Secret Service
R. Matthew Chevraux is the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Cyber Outreach Section within the Office of Investigations. His work in this assignment is to enhance the public/private partnerships within the Service’s network of Electronic Crimes Task Forces, further information sharing initiatives, and regularly represent the USSS’ cyber interests at both governmental working groups and private industry events. He has been an agent with the United States Secret Service for over 21 years. His previous assignments include: the Los Angeles Field Office, the Presidential Protective Division, the Criminal Investigative Division at Secret Service Headquarters, and at the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity and Communication Integration Center (NCCIC), the Federal Government’s 24/7 cyber and communication situational awareness, incident response and management center. During ASAIC Chevraux’s career with the Secret Service, he has investigated counterfeit currency, financial and cyber crimes, conducted computer forensics, been a cyber tabletop exercise facilitator, and his presidential protective assignment was with both President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. ASAIC Chevraux holds a bachelor’s degree in business administrative studies from the University of California, Riverside.