Stephen Langley is an accomplished Senior Security Professional and Brand Protection Manager, who has expertise in compliance related investigations. Stephen holds a degree in UK Law (LLB) that he attained from the Open University and a MSc in Security Management that he obtained from the University of Portsmouth and also various Leadership and Management qualifications.
Stephen joined the Royal Military Police in 1997 and left in 2010 after a successful career before being employed as the Insider Threat Consultant providing a senior advisory role during the London Olympics and Paralympics 2012, liaising with governmental security departments to deliver safe games. He has over 15 years of experience as a successful senior investigator/ intelligence officer / analyst within the international community (who has worked at international level within The Royal Military Police, G4S, The UK Home Office, Pinkerton and Caterpillar Inc).
He is skilled in brand protection investigations covering counterfeit issues, trademark and copyright infringements, as well as supplier diversion issues, supporting and co-ordinating global investigations teams and outside investigator networks.
At the Centre for Security Failures Studies, Stephen Langley is editor of our book series Security and Risk Management: Critical Reflections and International Perspectives and editor of our Blog. Stephen welcomes contributions in the fields of Enterprise Security Risk Management; Physical (Environmental) Security; Insider Threat and Corporate and Risk Management.
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