James Corey –
Principal and Senior Consultant
Mr. Corey has a 40+ year track record developing, assessing, and improving multi-disciplined security programs. He is an expert in delivering timely and quality solutions based on a broad spectrum of experience supporting local, national, and international security programs and projects. His areas of expertise include developing risk management plans for mission critical key infrastructure, evaluating the overall effectiveness of security programs including security education, personnel security, physical security and access control, safeguarding of classified and sensitive information, and classification management; assisting in developing documentation to support security upgrades or new construction; support in developing operational and procedural documentation related to the continuity of operations, operations security, insider threat, and emergency action plans; and performing editorial reviews of technical documents to ensure compliance with established policies, guidelines and standards for format, style, writing and quality. Mr. Corey has worked with representatives of Sandia National Laboratories and US Department of Energy to upgrade security at nuclear power plants and research reactor sites in Russia and the Former Soviet Union (FSU) and the International Atomic Energy Agency on programs supporting the return of Russian reactor fuel along with the development of facilities to support the long term storage of spent nuclear fuel. He has been involved in investigating, assessing, and countering the treat posed by urban terrorism activities in Europe and the Middle-East. His background also includes work in counterintelligence, counterespionage, and technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) as both a technician and instructor.
Mr. Corey, a retired member of the US Armed forces, is a member of the International Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Association, the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), the International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC), and the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS).
CPTED – Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design strategies aim to reduce victimization, deter offender decisions that precede criminal acts, and build a sense of community among inhabitants so they can gain territorial control of areas and reduce opportunities for crime and fear of crime.
ASIS – The American Society for Industrial Security founded in 1955, is a global community of security practitioners, each of whom has a role in the protection of assets – people, property, and/or information. ASIS provides for a variety of educational programs, publications, and events to support its members in maintaining their professional level of expertise.
IAPSC – The International Association of Professional Security Consultants, Inc. is the most widely respected and recognized security consultant association in the industry. Its rigid membership requirements allow potential clients to select from a unique group of professional, ethical and competent security consultants. IAPSC members are not affiliated with any product or service they may recommend. Members of the IAPSC are recognized as the leading authorities in their area of security expertise. Members must meet strict educational, professional experience and ethical requirements, ensuring that they represent the highest standards within the industry.
WINS – The World Institute for Nuclear Security is an international, non-governmental membership organization headquartered in Vienna, Austria. WINS is committed to building an international community of nuclear security professionals who are demonstrably competent and willing to work together to strengthen the security of nuclear and other radioactive materials.