Glen Legus

CvCISO 1 Instructor

With nearly 27 years of dedicated service to the United States Marshals Service (USMS), Glen has established an impressive career marked by significant contributions in information security and law enforcement.

Beginning in 1990, Glen entered the realm of information security as the System Administrator for the USMS in the District of MN. Notably, he crafted the district's inaugural ADP Security Plan, showcasing his early expertise in securing digital systems.

In 1995, Glen played a pivotal role as a key author in the Vulnerability Assessment of Federal Facilities, a crucial initiative following the Oklahoma City bombing. This underscored his commitment to enhancing security measures on a national scale.

Glen became the first Senior Inspector for Judicial Security in the District of MN and  continued to ascend in roles, becoming the inaugural Chief of the Research & Evaluation Branch within the USMS Office of Court Security.

A testament to his leadership, Glen served as one of the first co-Chiefs for the USMS Judicial Security Division’s Business Integration Center. In his capacity as Chief of Operations for the USMS Prisoner Operations Division, he successfully orchestrated the merger of the Office of Federal Detention Trustee into USMS prisoner operations. This involved a comprehensive reorganization of the Office of Detention Operations.

Beyond his direct roles, Glen took on a pioneering role as the founding Chair of the Active Shooter Working Group for the Interagency Security Committee, reflecting his commitment to addressing critical security challenges. Since 2017, Glen has applied his wealth of experience as a security consultant. Holding both CISSP and CvCISO certifications, he continues to contribute to the field, offering valuable insights and expertise.