Ingrid Rush

As the current supervisor of the Arizona Cyber Fraud Task Force for the U.S. Secret Service, Technical Staff Assistant/Special Agent Ingrid Rush has spent her years in federal law enforcement cultivating a diverse background and skill set. Ingrid Rush has held the Technical Staff Assistant position in the U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Phoenix Field Office since June 2021. She started her career with the USSS in June 2002 as a Special Agent in the Baltimore Field Office. In June 2009, she began the protection phase of her career by transferring to the Dignitary Protective Division, and she was subsequently selected to join the Vice Presidential Protective Division, where she spent five years. In October 2014, she was assigned to the USSS Washington Field Office and worked on improving the Special Agent/Uniformed Division hiring process in the Human Capital Division at USSS Headquarters. In June 2015, she transferred to the USSS Phoenix Field Office.
In May 2018, she became a Digital Forensics Examiner. In the summer of 2018, she participated in a 90 temporary assignment in the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT) at Europol (The Hague, Netherlands). Since January 2020, she has managed the Arizona Cyber Fraud Task Force, and she currently oversees the Digital Evidence Forensics Lab for the Phoenix Field Office.