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Board of Directors

ADVISOR & MEMBER – Mr. Jenkins is a leading authority in the security and risk consulting industry with 30 years of senior level management experience. Mr. Jenkins has held positions as President, Chief Operating Officer, Regional President and Senior Vice President in regional and international firms. He was President & Chief Operating Officer of Apollo Security International, Inc., Regional President, New England Region for Pinkerton and Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer for First Security Services, Corporation.
ADVISOR & MEMBER – Mr. Campbell has over 30 years’ experience as a Security and Information (“IT”) manager and senior executive with a focus on cyber security. He has extensive experience in engineering management, security of networked computing technologies, software development, IT security architecture, systems integration and global IT deployment strategies.

His wide-ranging experience includes leading software development, IT operations, physical safety/security, business continuity, cyber investigations and security. Mr. Campbell has held positions as VP, Information Security Business Strategy, Symantec Corporation, VP, eCommerce Security Solutions, Union Bank, Chief Information Officer, Storage Networks, Inc. and Director, Information Security Engineering, Fidelity Investments.

Mr. Campbell’s experience includes managing two software development groups responsible for core (shared) web services (commercial, retail, trust, etc.) to include web authorization systems, single sign-on, online risk management, privilege management, secure messaging, electronic alerts and other functions for a major U.S. banking institution.

As the Vice President of Information Security Business Strategy for Symantec Corp. he was the company’s top expert on security and privacy standards and regulations and compliance strategies (e.g. Sarbanes-Oxley, GLBA/FFIEC, FISMA, HIPAA, SB1386, ISO 17799, PCI, CIS, etc.).

Mr. Campbell is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP). He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the United States Naval Academy and served for twelve years as a Data Systems and Communications Officer with the United States Marine Corps.

Mr. Campbell served on the Ethics Committee of the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 for over a decade.

Advisor & Member - Raymond F. Humphrey is an internationally recognized leader in the security-risk management field with extensive experience at the most senior levels of government and industry. Mr. Humphrey evaluates homeland security preparedness, deterrence, business continuity, consequence management, introduction of leading-edge security technology and similar initiatives at the municipal, state and organizational levels within the United States and other countries. Mr. Humphrey is a former White House Fellow and retired as a Colonel following 20 years of service in the U.S. Army. He remains the only individual to have served as both President of ASIS International and the International Security Management Association (ISMA).
ADVISOR & MEMBER – Mr. Keating is a compliance and ethics professional with over thirty- five years senior level management experience. Mr. Keating has held positions as Group Vice President, Global Head of Office of Special Investigations, Interim Global Chief Compliance Officer and Director of the Office of Ethics and Security for Asea Brown Boveri. He lived and worked in Zurich, Switzerland for 6 years coordinating and managing ABB’s global compliance and ethics programs and policies for 125,000 employees located in over 100 countries.

Mr. Keating participated in internal FCPA, corporate governance and compliance investigations and government regulatory actions involving the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities & Exchange Commission. All of which were brought to successful closure.

Mr. Keating was instrumental in building and implementing a comprehensive corporate compliance and integrity program during his tenure with ABB, which was recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice as "best in class". The acceptance of ABB’s work product by the United States DOJ and SEC, resulted in ABB being allowed to conduct its own internal corporate governance investigations versus government controlled internal compliance inquiries.
ADVISOR & MEMBER – Mr. Rodrigues is a leading authority on risk and threat assessments, protective services and corporate security with over 30 years of experience. He served more than 28 years as a Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service in various investigative, protective and supervisory assignments throughout the United States and abroad. After retiring from the U.S. Secret Service, Mr. Rodrigues held senior level security management positions as Director of Security and Senior Director of Security Operations for Fidelity Investments.

During Mr. Rodrigues’ tenure with the U. S. Secret Service he protected seven sitting and former U.S. Presidents, as well as numerous foreign Heads of State including, Pope John Paul II, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, King Hussein of Jordan, Fidel Castro of Cuba and other foreign dignitaries.

Mr. Rodrigues was the Assistant to the Special Agent in charge of the Boston field office responsible for the supervision of criminal investigations, intelligence and protective operations. He completed assignments as a member of the Boston Joint Drug Enforcement Task Force, The New England Bank Fraud Task Force and the Financial Organized Crime Task Force.

As a Senior Director of Security at Fidelity, Mr. Rodrigues responsibilities included planning, designing and implementing security strategies, training and awareness programs at the corporate and regional levels.

Mr. Rodrigues also acts as a “Consultant” on client matters relating to personal protection (high-net-worth individuals, risk and threat assessments, physical security audits and internal investigations.

Managing Partner

Mr. DeLia has over thirty years of experience in the security and risk management industry as a senior executive and innovative entrepreneur. Mr. DeLia is the co-founder and Managing Partner of i-fact@nalysis, Inc. and continues to be a major factor in the company’s day-to-day operations, development of new business opportunities in the areas of risk management, domestic and international due diligence, investigation services, compliance, IT and physical security consulting. Under his stewardship, i-fact@nalysis has developed into a firm with a reputation for delivering high quality services through innovation with a clearly defined focus on customer service.

Previously, Ron held senior leadership positions as President & CEO, Executive V.P. and Vice President of Corporate Development for leading private sector risk management and security companies. Before entering the private sector, Ron was a non-commissioned officer in the United States Army.

Rather than claiming i-fact@nalysis could do everything and be good at all of them, Ron carved out a niche by narrowly defining the services offered by i-fact@nalysis to the company’s clients. He also realized early in his career that the only way to deliver superior customer services was to limit the number of i-fact@nalysis’ clients, which was a daunting challenge for an entrepreneur.

Prior to co-founding i-fact@nalysis, Ron started a security consulting and risk management business in 1996, which was merged into i-fact@nalysis, Inc.’s operations in 2008. The merger allowed the new firm to attract seasoned risk management professionals and expand its global presence.

In the 1982 Ron co-founded Commercial & Industrial Security Services, Inc. an investigation and risk management firm. The firm grew to one of the leading investigations firms in the North East providing services to Fortune 1000 companies. In 1992 the firm was acquired by First Security Services the largest full service security firm in the Northeast. Ron joined the acquiring firm as Vice President of Corporate Development.

After leaving military service Ron joined the largest and fastest growing security firm in the North East. During his tenure he rose to a senior level executive reporting directly to the co-founder and CEO.

Ron served two tours in Vietnam with the 504th combat Military Police Battalion, the most decorated Military Police Battalion on active duty in the United States Army as a non-commissioned officer. During his military career he also worked as an investigator for the U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Command’s (“CID”) Joint Narcotics Investigation Detachment (“JNID”), which was comprised of Special Agents from U.S. Customs, the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (Predecessor of the DEA) and investigators from Army CID. JNID’s mission was the interdiction of major suppliers of heroin in South East Asia.

Ron is a member of the American Society of Industrial Security, a graduate of the U. S. Army’s Military Police School, the past president of the 504 Military Police Battalion Association and a former member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association.

Vice President

VICE PRESIDENT, MANAGED SERVICES – Mr. MacDonald has over thirty-five years of experience as a law enforcement officer, a corporate security director and security management in the high tech, biometric and global consulting and training fields. He has investigated all types of fraud, intellectual property, work place violence, anti piracy, public and private sector corruption, white collar and organized crime cases.

He has worked with numerous federal, state, local and international law enforcement agencies and has trained foreign military units and police agencies during his career. He directed a global security operation for an international leader in digital media technology and has held Senior VP and COO positions with international consulting firms.

He has received training from the United States Secret Service Academy (Protective Operations), Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (Certificate, Forensic Video Analysis) and the Massachusetts State Police Academy (Certificate, Law Enforcement). He was awarded the Massachusetts State Police Distinguished Service Medal and the Massachusetts Attorney Generals Distinguished Service Citation. He is a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS), Retired Massachusetts State Trooper Association, Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts and the Sigma Epsilon Rho Honor Society.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University and a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from St. Anna Maria College.

Protective Services

DIRECTOR OF PROTECTION SERVICE OPERATIONS – Mr. Franks has a wealth of tactical and corporate close protection experience from team leader to project manager across the military, British Foreign Office, diplomatic and corporate sectors. He is a seasoned professional with an exemplary military and corporate career with more than 20 years experience in the security, high-threat environment, VIP protection and risk management industries. His military service spanned over ten years with the Royal Military Police learning investigative skills before devoting his career to close protection duties both operationally and as an instructor at the Royal Military Police close protection training school in Longmoor, United Kingdom, which is regarded as the premier protective services training establishment in the world. He served as a close protection officer in Northern Ireland during the conflict, where he provided protective services to a number of high profile VIPs (senior military officers and politicians) and was subsequently assigned as the personal protection agent to the Commander of the Ulster Defense Regiment for 18 months in the province. He was later attached to the British Foreign Office as the personal protection agent to the British ambassadors and their families in Kampala (1985-86) and Beirut (1990-91) responsible for planning and coordinating all close protection operations in an arduous and hostile environment. While in Beirut he was also assigned as the protection detail leader for the Rt Hon Robert Adley MP, who was negotiating with Hezbollah leaders in efforts to securing the safe release of British hostages Terry Waite and John McCarthy. His varied protective service assignments also included being personal protection agent to the Prince and Princess of Wales during their royal visit to Hong Kong in 1990 and personal protection agent to the Commander British Forces, General, Sir Peter de la Billiere, CBE, KCB, KBE, DSO, MC & Bar, Legion of Merit (USA) during the first Gulf War in 1990-91. After leaving Her Majesty's Armed Forces he undertook various protective service assignments in the UK and Europe, which included being a Member of the Sultan of Oman protection team, protection team member for the Saudi royal family, and the primary protection agent to Mr Al Fayed, Chairman of Harrods, both in the UK and overseas. He was also responsible for the security management reviews of Bank of America branches throughout London as a result of the 9/11 terrorist action. Between July 2003 and May 2006 he was the project manager leading a 16-person protection team in Iraq tasked with ensuring the personal safety of the program director and engineers of a US-based Fortune 100 telecoms specialist, as well as overseeing all aspects of the physical security and local guarding services on a reconstruction project in the extremely high threat environment outside the Green Zone of Baghdad.
ADVISOR & MEMBER – Mr. Rodrigues is a leading authority on risk and threat assessments, protective services and corporate security with over 30 years of experience. He served more than 28 years as a Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service in various investigative, protective and supervisory assignments throughout the United States and abroad. After retiring from the U.S. Secret Service, Mr. Rodrigues held senior level security management positions as Director of Security and Senior Director of Security Operations for Fidelity Investments.

During Mr. Rodrigues’ tenure with the U. S. Secret Service he protected seven sitting and former U.S. Presidents, as well as numerous foreign Heads of State including, Pope John Paul II, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, King Hussein of Jordan, Fidel Castro of Cuba and other foreign dignitaries.

Mr. Rodrigues was the Assistant to the Special Agent in charge of the Boston field office responsible for the supervision of criminal investigations, intelligence and protective operations. He completed assignments as a member of the Boston Joint Drug Enforcement Task Force, The New England Bank Fraud Task Force and the Financial Organized Crime Task Force.

As a Senior Director of Security at Fidelity, Mr. Rodrigues responsibilities included planning, designing and implementing security strategies, training and awareness programs at the corporate and regional levels.

Mr. Rodrigues also acts as a “Consultant” on client matters relating to personal protection (high-net-worth individuals, risk and threat assessments, physical security audits and internal investigations.

Compliance

Mr. Keating is a compliance and ethics professional with over thirty- five years senior level management experience. Mr. Keating has held positions as Group Vice President, Global Head of Office of Special Investigations, Interim Global Chief Compliance Officer and Director of the Office of Ethics and Security for Asea Brown Boveri. He lived and worked in Zurich, Switzerland for 6 years coordinating and managing ABB's global compliance and ethics programs and policies for 125,000 employees located in over 100 countries.

Mr. Keating participated in internal FCPA, corporate governance and compliance investigations and government regulatory actions involving the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities & Exchange Commission. All of which were brought to successful closure.

Mr. Keating was instrumental in building and implementing a comprehensive corporate compliance and integrity program during his tenure with ABB, which was recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice as "best in class". The acceptance of ABB’s work product by the United States DOJ and SEC, resulted in ABB being allowed to conduct its own internal corporate governance investigations versus government controlled internal compliance inquiries.

 

 

Managing Directors

MANAGING DIRECTOR - Mr. Anderson is a leading authority on international security and risk consultancy, with 25 years of experience. Mr. Anderson has held positions as Senior Vice President of IT Security and Investigations with one of the top five international risk consultancy firms, Director in the Dispute Analysis & Investigations Group of Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP and European IT Security Manager for Digital Equipment Corporation.

Mr. Anderson has extensive experience in investigations, compliance advisory, threat and risk assessments, organizational policy development and implementation. He lived and worked in Europe and the United Kingdom for 8 years and has provided risk consultancy services throughout the United States, Russia, Latin American and Asia Pacific.

He has managed and/or coordinated numerous international investigations involving state-sponsored and industrial espionage, computer and cyber crimes, compliance, bribery, intellectual property theft and copyright infringement. Mr. Anderson’s efforts resulted in numerous successful prosecutions and civil cases, including, the only successful identification and conviction of individuals involved in international cyber espionage.

Mr. Anderson has written and lectured extensively on a wide range of security and risk consultancy subjects and has been quoted or cited in over 120 publications, including, the Washington Post, CNN, Associated Press, Reuters, USA Today, Los Angeles Business Daily, Singapore Business Times, Danish National Radio (DR), the BBC, the Prague Post and numerous trade publications.

He has provided assistance to various law enforcement and government agencies including the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, Department of Defense, Department of Justice, FLETC, Scotland Yard, the German BKA, the Russian MVD and Norwegian, Danish and Swiss police. Additionally, he provided consulting to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on international harmonization of computer crime laws and the British Houses of Parliament on the development of the U.K.'s Computer Misuse Act.

Mr. Anderson is a Certified Information Security Manager and served on Motorola's Research Visionary Board, ISACA's Security Management Committee, and ISACA's CISM Board of Directors.
MANAGING DIRECTOR – Mr. Franks has a wealth of tactical and corporate close protection experience from team leader to project manager across the military, British Foreign Office, diplomatic and corporate sectors.

He is a seasoned professional with an exemplary military and corporate career and more than 30 years’ experience in the investigation, security, high-threat environment, VIP protection and risk management industries. Mr. Franks began his career with the British Royal Military Police with assignments spanning the globe in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. He was an instructor at the Royal Military Police close protection training school in Longmoor, United Kingdom, which is regarded as the premier protective services training establishment in the world. After leaving military service, Mr. Franks provided security and risk consultancy services to foreign governments, diplomatic services and corporations globally.
MANAGING DIRECTOR & PARTNER - Mr. Emery has over thirty years of global experience in internal corporate and due diligence investigations, e-Discovery, computer forensics, cyber investigations and information technology fields. He has held senior management level positions with Fortune 50, 100 and 500 companies in the financial, high technology and manufacturing industries. His accomplishments include the development and implementation of a comprehensive digital forensic investigation unit, which is recognized as one to the top Forensic/Information Technology departments in the world. He has eight years specialized experience in managing and coordinating complex e-Discovery and digital forensics investigations with senior management, corporate legal departments and law firms in support of litigation.

He directed a global team of professionals for a banking institution, ranked as one of the 10 largest U.S. banks by assets, investigating data/privacy breaches, cyber crime, computer hacking, child pornography, industrial espionage, standards of business conduct violations, bribery, brand protection, intellectual property, fraud and theft worldwide. He has conducted over 1,000 digital forensic and cyber investigations. He has participated in all aspects of corporate compliance, i.e., Basel II, Sarbanes Oxley, GLB, FCPA, Patriot Act, AML, and ISO 17799/27002.

He developed policies and procedures to quickly and affordably process, analyze, cull and review potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) in over 100 large complex and small litigation cases ranging from tens of thousands of dollars to in excess of $5 million.

He is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association. He holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice/Sociology from Eastern Kentucky University.
MANAGING DIRECTOR – Mr. Hall has over thirty years of law enforcement and private sector experience. He served as the commanding officer of the Massachusetts State Police fifty-man unit assigned to the State’s Attorney General Office where he was responsible for managing white collar crime, political corruption and narcotics trafficking investigations. During his tenure with the State Police Mr. Hall was assigned to the Major Crimes Unit at headquarters, Auto Theft Taskforce and the Detective Bureau at Logan International Airport. He held the rank of lieutenant, staff sergeant, sergeant and corporal with the Massachusetts State Police. Mr. Hall also worked with the Collier County, FL Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division for eight years. After leaving law enforcement Mr. Hall held security management positions with Continental Airlines, United Parcel Services, and Pan American World Airways and worked and lived in London for 8 years.

Mr. Hall is a graduate of the Massachusetts State Police Academy and holds an Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice and Police Sciences from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA. He served in the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve from 1966 to 1972. Mr. Hall is a member of the National Chiefs of Police Association, the Massachusetts State Police Officers Association and the Marine Corps League.
MANAGING DIRECTOR – Scott Jenkins is a leading authority on international security and risk consultancy with more than 30 years experience. He has held senior management positions with two of the top five international security firms, the European Security Manager for Apple Computer in Paris, Country Security Manager for Digital Equipment Corporation in Geneva, and Manager of Personal Protection at the Trade Development Bank in Geneva.

Mr. Jenkins has extensive experience in corporate safety and security, system design & engineering, anti-terrorism, cross boarder investigations, protective services and emergency preparedness planning for international corporations, healthcare organizations, educational institutions and governments. He lived and worked in Europe for 22 years and has worked throughout the United States and in over 38 countries.

He has conducted in-depth security assessments, risk analyses and vulnerability studies and has developed and implemented security and safety policies, standards and procedures for Fortune 500 Companies and governments in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Jenkins has provided a multitude of in-depth security and risk consulting services to global organizations such as Ford Motor Corporation, Stanford University, Apple Computer, Inc. and Kaiser Permanente. Mr. Jenkins is a recognized expert in the fields of safety, security, loss prevention and emergency response planning. He has consulted with Fortune 500 Companies, government administrators, security managers, and police agencies on how to reduce risks. He is regular lecturer at professional associations and has authored numerous articles on risk assessments, emergency preparedness planning, workplace violence prevention, and personal safety. Mr. Jenkins is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) with the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), holds a degree in International Law and Business, is a Certified Security Specialist with the U.S. Department of State, Arlington, VA., was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps and a recipient of a U.S. government Top Secret Clearance and is fluent in French.
MANAGING DIRECTOR – Mr. Molina has over 25 years experience conducting investigations, risk assessments and security consulting services throughout Mexico. Additional information on Mr. Molina's experience and accomplishments will be provided upon request.
MANAGING DIRECTOR – Mr. Moschella has over thirty-five years of law enforcement and private sector experience in conducting all forms of white collar, organized crime, work place violence and financial investigations. As the worldwide manager of security operations for a Fortune 100 High Tech Company, he developed and implemented all aspects of an international corporate security and investigation program, including the development of regulatory compliance programs and threat assessment policies. During his tenure as a Massachusetts State Police officer he was assigned to an elite Organized Crime and Major Crime Strike Force with the District Attorney's Office in Boston, MA.

After leaving law enforcement, Dennis was the Vice President of Corporate Security for a national financial institution, Managing Director of a global investigation and consulting firm, and the Regional Security Manager for a Fortune 100 High Tech Company. He also collaborated with a national law firm and is the principal author and spokesperson for a workplace violence video training program marketed by the firm.

Dennis is a graduate of the Massachusetts State Police and the San Diego Police Department Academies. He is a member of the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS), the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP).
MANAGING DIRECTOR – Mr. Steger has thirty-one years of experience as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducting investigations in the areas of white collar and financial crimes, embezzlement and organized crime. While at the FBI, he gained specialized experience in conducting interviews and polygraph examinations in white collar, criminal, anti terrorism and counter intelligence investigations. He also trained federal, state and local law enforcement officials in conducting interviews and interrogations, crisis and risk management, SWAT, firearms and arrest tactics.

After retiring from the FBI, he was a Security Consultant for a Fortune 10 company. While there, he conducted sensitive compliance and standard of business conduct investigations including a multi-million dollar theft ring, which resulted in eleven convictions and the seizure of property and cash.

He was awarded the Master Police Instructor Award by the FBI and recognized by the Downtown Optimist Club of Houston for Outstanding Service in Law Enforcement.

He served in Vietnam as an Infantry Officer/Platoon Leader and Assistant Battalion Operations Officer with the 199th Light Infantry Brigade and was awarded the Silver Star for Valor, Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge and Presidential Unit Citation.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the University of Maryland and is a graduate of the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute and the University of Virginia Advanced Polygraph School.
Mr. Subhash Wadhawan has been a leading authority on conducting investigations and providing a wide range of risk consultancy services throughout India for over 30 years. He began his career serving seven years with the Indian Air Force (“IAF”). During his tenure with the IAF, Mr. Wadhawan received specialized training and hands on experience in the fields of intelligence and investigations. After being honorably discharged from the IAF; Mr. Wadhawan began his private sector career working for the premier risk consultancy firm in India, where he received extensive hands on experience in providing all forms of risk consultancy services to Fortune 500 companies.

Mr. Wadhawan is credited with developing one of the largest proprietary networks of professional consultants in India. The network’s professionals are strategically located in all the major cities, towns, states and union territories. The network currently numbers more than 350 highly experienced investigators, risk consultants and security specialist, which provide localized knowledge, intelligence, high-level contacts and familiarity with local languages.