Senior Special Agent, US Secret Service
Darrin Kimes is a Special Agent/Technical Staff Assistant with the Secret Service's Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force. Most of his 21 years have been dedicated to digital forensics and cyber investigations. Kimes currently serves as the Digital Forensics Lab Director for the CECTF. There he manages the day-to-day work of the lab while also assisting the CECTF in cybercrime investigations. His Secret Service career has also given him the opportunity to protect former-President Jimmy Carter in some of the more challenging locations around the world to include Darfur, Sudan; the Gaza Strip; Ramallah, West Bank; and Pyong Yang, North Korea.