Steven Bullitt, Chief Information Security Officer of the Federal Reserve Dallas

Steven Bullit
As Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer of the Federal Reserve Dallas, overseeing the information security services and business continuity teams, Steven brings over 30 years of experience in assessing and mitigating cyber, logical, and physical security threats. He is a proven leader who has designed, executed, and launched cyber defense and forensic initiatives in both the public and private sector. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Steven was the Global Vice President of Threat Intelligence and Incident Response at NTT Security where he built relationships with the United Nations, Internet Governance forum (IGF), World Economic Forum (WEF), Europol, Interpol, Japan Cyber Crime Center (JC3), Australian Directorate, New Zealand CERT, Canadian Center for Child Protection & others.
Steven is a retired U.S. Secret Service agent who led the United States Secret Service's HQ, Electronic Crimes Special Agent Program, where he was responsible for overseeing agents world-wide, specializing in the investigation of complex network intrusions and computer forensic investigation. Steven has written several nationally published advisories for the United States Secret Service and was instrumental in creating the National Computer Forensic Institute in Hoover, Alabama and cell phone forensics facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was a former police officer in Dallas, Texas, working undercover in Narcotics units and was a former explosive ordinance detective.
Steven holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Dallas and a master’s degree in Forensic Science Computer Fraud Investigation from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.