K. Campbell

K. Campbell has 2 articles published.

K. Campbell, CPP®, is a security and intelligence professional with experience and training in intelligence; risk, threat, and vulnerability assessments; executive protection; counterterrorism; and business continuity. He is a Certified Protection Professional, board certified in security management by the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International. In his past experience as a U.S. military intelligence officer, his responsibilities included classified and protective intelligence; degrade, disrupt, and destroy recommendations against various state and non-state entities; and establishing and managing military-to-military classified intelligence sharing with other governments. Mr. Campbell has collaborated with and shared classified & unclassified information and intelligence with 15 countries on behalf of the U.S. Government. He has senior leadership experience in the U.S., Middle East, Europe, and Pacific. His executive protection experience includes a foreign government dignitary, a corporate client at both 2016 presidential conventions, and high-profile Hollywood celebrities. His counterterrorism experience includes identifying the need to, and orchestrating, an overhaul of a major U.S. counterterrorism plan for the Middle East; establishing and leading collaboration with the U.S. Customs & Border Protection, resulting in the placement of 79 terrorists on the No-Fly List; prioritizing 1,000+ names for U.S. Customs & Border Protection to prevent terrorist entry into the U.S.; and initiating and leading production of one of the U.S. Intelligence Community’s first analyses on the Islamic State’s financial vulnerabilities. He also predicted the arrests and terrorist attacks in Belgium that occurred in 2015 and 2016. Mr. Campbell’s article “3 Keys to Hardening Concerts, Event Venues Against Inevitable Attack Attempts,” was published in Homeland Security Today Magazine in November 2018. He presented on “Hardening Concerts & Special Events in a New Era” at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2018, the 20,000-attendee flagship conference for the international security industry in September 2018. He also presented a briefing on risk assessments at the 2018 Domestic Violence Safety and Security Conference in Washington, D.C. in October 2018. He will present on “The 2020 Olympics: Red Teaming Enterprise Security Risks” at GSX 2019. 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. He’s a member of ASIS International, InfraGard (a partnership between the FBI and private sector), the Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists, the Association Of Threat Assessment Professionals, the Association of International Risk Intelligence Professionals, and the International CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) Association.

Negligence Bleeds: The Catastrophic Results of Dismissing Counterterrorism Intelligence

Sri Lanka, Istanbul were “intelligence failures” in terms of available information not getting to the right people.

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PERSPECTIVE: 3 Keys to Hardening Concerts, Event Venues Against Inevitable Attack Attempts

Venues are at significant risk of Paddock- or Paris-style attacks, so focus on protecting patrons, the pocketbook and performers.

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