Senior Security Consultant
Former senior law enforcement officer with over 30 years’ experience of tackling global threats from serious and organised crime.
Gary Kibbey served within New Scotland Yard’s International and Organised Crime and Criminal Intelligence Branch’s as a London Metropolitan Police detective. He led London’s transformational policing project on criminal intelligence management and was co-author of the UK’s National Intelligence Model.
He was Head of Intelligence for the UK’s National Hi-Tech Crime Unit and a key contributor to the design and delivery of the UK National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU) and Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) e-Crime Unit in which he served as a Senior Manager. There he gained 12 years policy, strategic and operational experience at the forefront of law enforcement’s global response to cyber-crime.
Until his retirement from policing in 2016 for over a decade he held the UK’s law enforcement lead for maintaining the national intelligence threat picture for cyber-crime and more recently online child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA), shaping national threat strategies within the National Crime Agency (NCA). Gary has extensive experience in the assessment of criminal threats and the development and handling of intelligence sources.
Gary was a nationally trained hostage negotiator and regularly advised on behalf of the NCA and SOCA on the criminal exploitation of technology particular for online extortion.