As the Head of the FBI’s Warsaw, Poland Office, Special Agent Michael C. Malsch cooperates with Polish Law Enforcement and Agencies to address criminal, cyber, and terrorism threats of mutual concern to Poland and the United States. Mr. Malsch began his FBI career in 2004. He has worked a variety of investigations across many of the FBI’s programs. While at FBI Headquarters, Mr. Malsch established a new Geospatial Intelligence Unit. Also, as the Chief of the Strategic Technology Unit, he provided management and oversight for several of the FBI’s Intelligence Information Systems. In 2012, Mr. Malsch left FBI Headquarters to return to field work as the supervisor of a new Cyber Intelligence squad in Wahsington DC. In 2015, Mr. Malsch served as Acting Assistant Legal Attaché in Warsaw, Poland, where he provided support to ongoing cyber, criminal, and terrorism investigations. In 2017, SSA Malsch reported as the head of the FBI Office in Nursultan, Kazakhstan, where he had regional responsibility for all FBI matters involving Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Mr. Malsch earned a Master of Science degree in Strategic Intelligence from the National Defense Intelligence College; a Master of Business Administration from University of Illinois at Chicago; and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.