Founder, CEO & Chairmen of the Board
LIGATT Security International was created by Gregory D. Evans, who is ranked as one of the world’s number one computer security experts. LIGATT is a forward thinking company that works to anticipate and develop computer security services and products that our customers need.
For more information about Gregory D. Evans go to www.GregoryDEvans.com.
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Scott, a 23 year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), recently retired from the Los Angeles office. Scott worked in Los Angeles and the Washington, D.C. area, where he held many leadership positions in administration and conducted criminal investigations. He is a graduate of University of Michigan where he received his Bachelor of Arts in General Studies with a concentration in Accounting. He recently managed a cyber squad task force that investigated the exploitation and sexual abuse of children in Southern California, resulting in successful outcomes and awards from the United States Attorney’s Office.
Recognized and commended as a team leader, Scott led an inspection team that audited FBI field offices throughout the United States to evaluate efficiency and effectiveness of the financial management function. He supervised the Los Angeles FBI “Innocent Images” National Initiative Undercover Operation and consulted with the Office of International Operations. This program achieved 54 arrests, 29 Information and Indictments, and 33 convictions.
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Maxberry graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. He is a former FBI agent and former supervisor/Program Manager in the CART (Computer Analysis and Response Team) unit of the FBI. Maxberry has experience implementing security programs that increased client’s awareness, decreased network exposure, and strengthened overall organization security. His outstanding leadership abilities assisted him in his role of leading and directing the field operations of all FBI forensic digital laboratories west of the Mississippi River.
From 1987-1995, Maxberry worked in White Collar Crimes, on the Bank Fraud Squad, Government Contract Fraud Squad, and the FBI’s First Computer Fraud Squad. In recent years, he worked on the Technical Squad, in the Counter Intelligence Department, and in the Engineering Research Facility Laboratory Division. Gaining hands on experience developing secure network designs, systems development and full lifecycle project management, led Maxberry to develop effective policies and procedures.