Kevin Walsh has been a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service for over 22 years. His career started in the New York Field Office where he was a member of several investigative units as well as the protection squad. In 2000, he was the recipient of the Law Enforcement Investigator of the Year Award for his work on a murder for hire/credit card fraud case.
Special Agent Walsh transferred to Washington, DC where he served for five years as a member of President Bush’s protective detail. He has conducted several international protective advances as well as numerous ones all over the United States.
Special Agent Walsh also spent time teaching at the United States Secret Service training academy in Maryland. During his time at the training facility his main focus was counter surveillance and vulnerability assessments.
In 2006 he was selected for promotion and served for four years as a supervisor on both President Bush and President Obama’s details.
In 2010 he was selected for a supervisory position in the Financial Management Division located at the United States Secret Service Headquarters in Washington, DC.
In 2014 he transferred to the Atlanta Field Office, where he is currently the supervisor of the Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF). The ECTF investigates several type of crimes, including Network Intrusions (unauthorized Access), Ransomware, Business Email Compromise, and Targeted Phishing campaigns.