K. Campbell

K. Campbell, CBCP, CPP® is a principal at Blue Glacier Security & Intelligence, and the executive advisor for enterprise security risk management at Bolante.NET.  A security and intelligence professional, he has experience and training in intelligence; risk, threat, and vulnerability assessments; executive protection; counterterrorism; and business continuity.  He is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), board certified in security management by ASIS International.  He has also earned his Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) certification from DRI International.  During his prior career as a U.S. military intelligence officer, his responsibilities included classified and protective intelligence activities, counter-WMD and counterterrorism recommendations, and war planning.

Mr. Campbell has led security risk assessments for the U.S. government and for private industry.  His counterterrorism experience includes overhauling a major U.S. counterterrorism plan for the Middle East.  His executive protection experience includes a foreign government dignitary, a corporate client at both 2016 presidential conventions, a Fortune 100 CEO, and A-list Hollywood celebrities.  He is currently leading ground-breaking, peer-reviewed research on risk factors for extremist violence by military service members.

He has presented twice at the Global Security Exchange (GSX), the 20,000-attendee flagship conference for the international security industry.  Mr. Campbell is a contributor to Homeland Security Today and ClearanceJobs.  He has also been interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek, Voice of America, The Washington Post, Newsy, and a local news television station.

Mr. Campbell obtained a Master of Arts degree in global risk from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, a Master of Arts degree in military operational art and science from the Air Command & Staff College at the U.S. Air Force’s Air University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Virginia Tech.

 

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