Kenneth Gisborne is a Trusted Advisor and Senior Consultant to other security businesses and to private industry, institution and government clients. This trust relationship with government includes current and past security clearances to work on sensitive project security issues. These services have been provided in sea and air port environments, as well as extensive facility and policing environments throughout Canada. Ken has prominently worked in the background as a servant leader assisting institutions and organizations with security and policing program organizational issues. As an example, these services have been offered to communities and police departments conducting police service reviews towards the goals of better working relationships. In this line of interest, he has co-authored original and all subsequent versions of “Every Officer Is A Leader”. Ken has been a technical writer of numerous sensitive security and public safety reports and reviews. He holds a Masters Degree in Disaster and Emergency Management from Royal Roads University. A strong proponent of mind-mapping spatial presentation and analysis, Ken has been tasked by numerous organizations in synthesizing complex issues into understandable program analyses, and conducting workshops within those organizations. This has taken form in projects such as assisting in the development of the provincial government security program for the 2010 Winter Olympics, conducting an enterprise-wide security risk assessment against terrorist threats for the regional transit system, and developing information security and port security assessments and plans for a regional Port Authority. In recent years, Ken provided his services through 3Si Risk Strategies Inc. from 2004 to 2015; 10 of those years as President. In April 2015, Ken stepped down as President of 3Si to focus his work energy on key clients and projects, both for 3Si and for KDG Security Management Consulting Inc., a private corporation he has had since 1998. Ken has been providing overall security program and technical security consulting to private industry for 29 years. Before that, Ken was a technical investigator, security consultant and Unit Commander within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as a veteran Staff Sergeant of the Technical Security Directorate. In total, he has been providing security and policing expertise for over 49 years.