Date: 28th October 2022
Time: 1:00 PM CST
Join iLE Engines and cyber experts Resident Agent in Charge Doug Farrell and Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge Steve Baskerville from the United States Secret Service to learn not-so-secret best practices for cybersecurity. With almost 50 years of combined law enforcement experience, these experts will discuss how human error, risky behaviors, or inadequate cyber training contributes to most threats in the modern workplace. Topics reviewed will be email security, password security, web surfing, BYOD, and phishing. Case studies of actual cyberattacks will be used to present best practices that can be implemented to prevent and mitigate future events
Steven A. Baskerville
Steven has been a member of the law enforcement community for the last twenty-five years in municipal and federal positions. He is currently a Special Agent / Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge with the United States Secret Service, assigned to the National Computer Forensics Institute (NCFI) Lab located on the campus of the University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK. Previously, he was assigned to the Technical Security Division in Washington, DC, and to the Waco Resident Office. His investigative duties have included the investigation of state and federal crimes involving the use of electronic devices, access device fraud, bank fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, identity theft, and counterfeiting.
Doug’s 22-year career started with the Secret Service in 2000 at the Chicago Field Office and later in the Milwaukee Resident Office. During that period, Doug handled criminal investigations and supported protective operations. In 2008, he was transferred to Washington, DC where he was assigned to numerous divisions over a ten-year period, serving on the Presidential Protective Division for just over 5 years. Doug was promoted to the Resident Agent in Charge of the Tulsa Resident Office in 2018 where he is responsible for overseeing Secret Service operations for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma.