When Co-Founders, David Evans, CEO of Global Aware International, a London based counter terrorism and software solutions consultancy and Kevin Cassidy, Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, first met in 2006, they discussed issues of joint interest and concern, in respect of the changing face of global terrorism. These included methods of attack; information gathering, intelligence sharing and communication between London and New York City. Several years on, these high profile cities, remain inextricably linked in so many ways, just as the threat from constantly evolving terrorism, continues to affect the way we conduct every aspect of our lives; at work, home and when travelling.
Since its formation, the group has organised over fifty, free to attend international conferences and has issued more than 50,000 email alerts to its subscribers in over 130 countries.
Sadly, since then, the terrorist threat has continued to evolve; developing even more hideous, methods of attack, which seek to undermine the way of life that we all hold dear. Nevertheless our law enforcement and security services continue to develop newer and better investigative techniques and tools, which they successfully deploy to mitigate the majority of attempts against us.
David and Kevin’s belief that more could be done to help all stakeholders to communicate and network in a more effective way, has been proven correct. Since its formation in 2006, TINYg has significantly contributed to the development of lasting and powerful networks, which continue to flourish and grow.
How TINYg operates
Membership of TINYg is free of charge for individuals who wish to actively participate in information sharing and fostering improved communications between business and Law enforcement. Applications for membership are reviewed to ensure that only appropriate individuals can access the network.
New York and London are the venues for free to attend, international conferences each year, where subject matter experts provide excellent presentations on issues connected to terrorism and counter terrorism. Opportunities for networking abound at the conferences and is strongly encouraged. CPD points are awarded for attendance.
The second strand of TINYg’s free services are our email alerts. These are sent out as and when important information relating to terrorism or counter terrorism is identified by our analysts. In some cases this will include open source reports from mainstream media, on other occasions it will be based on intelligence and information that we have identified ourselves.
In order to provide these services at no cost to our subscribers/members, TINYg relies entirely on the generosity of our sponsors who cover all of the costs associated with running the organization and the magnificent support that we enjoy from the many organizations, who allow us to use their facilities, or provide expert speakers.
REGULAR ALERTSRegular high level security updates and alerts from security briefings, and partner network information
DEDICATED & KNOWLEDGABLE NETWORKThe TINYg partner network allows exchange of ideas and information, help and support in a hostile world environment.
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The TINYg Leadership Team
Founder and International Chairman of TINYg
David’s experience and background is drawn from 30 years of Counter Terrorist Policing with the Metropolitan Police, concentrated in the areas of Aviation, Maritime, Special Events, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection, Territorial / Public Order and Tactical Firearms Operations, Explosive Search, Risk Assessment and Training at Chief Officer level.
David is an International speaker and writer on Terrorism and Security related subjects.
David is passionate about innovation, client care and value and using his extensive knowledge and skills, created Merlin, a unique incident management software package, which is used in over 77 countries, to provide a converged solution to both physical and cyber threat.
He has been a Freeman of The City of London since 2010 and a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals since 2012.
He is also the Vice Chair of The Royal Free Hospital Charity in London, assisting an international effort in support and research.
Andy has been the Head of Corporate Security for Nomura International, since 2009.
Originally a Police Officer, Andy served in both the Metropolitan and City of London Police forces, where he spent a significant proportion of his service engaged in high profile counter terrorism operations, before an injury on duty brought his career to a premature halt. Once recovered, Andy worked for the UK Government in a Risk Management post, overseeing human and physical asset protection, supplier vetting and project management, before moving into the private security sector, where he held a number of senior appointments in manned security, security consultancy and facilities management firms.
Andy is also an Adult Crime and Family Law Magistrate and a Governor of two schools. He volunteers a considerable amount of time as a mentor and business advisor and sits on several security related advisory boards. He is a member of the Court of Assistants (Board of Directors) of The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals and Chairman of its Marketing & Fundraising Committee.
Philip J. Rogan is a Senior Vice President, Protective Services Senior Manager for Corporate Security and the Regional Director for New York/New Jersey (NY/NJ) at Bank of America Corporation (BAC), one of the world’s largest financial institutions.
At BAC Phil is responsible for directing and supervising numerous security managers who handle all security issues at banks, ATMs administrative buildings, data centers and banking centers in the NY / NJ region.
Phil served 20 years with the NYPD, retiring at the rank of Sergeant and working in both the counterterrorism and anti-crime areas. As supervisor of the Special Projects Unit in the NYPD Counterterrorism Division, he commanded and oversaw a team of detectives who designed and implemented physical security plans to harden critical infrastructure targets in NYC. He secured major high profile security events in NYC such as the UN General Assembly and Times Square New Year’s Eve Celebration. He also implemented and ran covert red cell operations devised to pinpoint vulnerabilities in potential terrorist targeting scenarios and coordinated table top exercises and operations with multiple local, state and federal agencies. Phil held a Secret Clearance from the Department of Homeland Security during this time.
Mario J. Doyle, CPP, is the Chief Operating Officer for Doyle Security Services, Inc. (DSS), a leading provider of security and investigative services in the New York metropolitan area.
Prior to founding Doyle Security Services, Inc. (DSS), Mario served as a senior executive with national and regional protective service organizations, developing in-depth experience in contract management, protection services, investigations, security operations, compliance, quality assurance and crisis management. At DSS Mario has developed a team of security, law enforcement and life safety professionals who support the corporation’s growth .His expertise includes developing and providing management for security programs that serve: commercial office buildings and industrial sites, colleges, financial institutions, critical infrastructure and government locations, airports, healthcare and residential facilities.
In addition to his responsibilities at DSS, Mario is also the Director for the Nassau County Police Department’s – Law Enforcement Exploring program, Police Foundation and Police Reserves programs.
Mario has also served in a leadership capacity in professional associations such as ASIS International and the Associated Licensed Detectives of New York State (ALDONYS).