Nick Doyle is managing director and head of the EMEA Security Risk Management practice for Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, based in the London office. He advises clients on a range of security issues, from enterprise risk management for multi-sector organizations, crisis management, business continuity and evacuation planning and executive protection to surveillance support for investigations, technical security countermeasures and supports our cyber risk practice. He also provides security support to corporate advisory and restructuring firms, and companies in the defence, legal, financial, manufacturing, energy and medical and pharmaceutical sectors. Nick has provided security and police related expert witness testimony and reports for arbitration cases heard in the English High Court in London and the International Arbitration Court in the Hague. Since joining Kroll, after serving with distinction in the military and law enforcement, Nick has project managed over 600 assignments in over 70 countries.
Prior to Kroll, Nick was an infantry soldier in the Grenadier Guards serving in the United Kingdom, Germany and Northern Ireland. He left the Army to become a police officer with the Metropolitan Police in 1989, where he spent the next 15 years serving in general policing and specialist operations roles. These included public order policing, counterterrorism, diplomatic protection, homicide investigations, theft, burglary and robbery investigations, anti-narcotics investigations and surveillance.
His experience led to service in SCO19, the Metropolitan Police Specialist Firearms Department, where he served in the armed response role. Nick received four commendations for bravery and investigative ability during his police career. From 2004-2007, Nick worked in the Middle East on several assignments, including providing close protection and security management services on a large water regeneration project, and was employed as the project security manager of a $500+ million oil exploration project. He managed, designed and implemented all security measures around the drilling sites, seismic operations, pipeline and central processing plant.
Nick received a MSc in security management from Portsmouth University. He is a Certified Cyber Risk Management Practitioner (CCRMP), a UK Level 3 National Certificate for Professional Investigators and a PRINCE2® Project Management Registered Practitioner. He is also a member of several professional organizations, including ASIS International, EPIC (Ex-Police Officers in Commerce) and the UK Security Institute.
EMEA COVID – 19 Update, Week 1
Security Risk Management
Helping clients anticipate/respond to a myriad of facility, operational, and employee security challengesSecurity Risk Management
Threat assessments, policy review and development, and master planning.Security Consulting
Operational Security Services
Resolve a myriad of issues such as workplace violence, corporate espionage, supply chain disruption, etc.Operational Security Services
Services include assessments, plan designs, drills and emergency security services.Resilience Consulting
Executive protection services including surveillance, security drivers, travel-related risk planning.Executive Protection
Investigate threats and advise on controlled, confidential and systematic ways to respond.Threat Management
End-to-end cyber security services provided by unrivaled experts.Cyber Risk
Proceed with Caution: Using Controls to Manage Risk in Digital Currency Transactions
COVID-19 + Shadow IT = Trouble Ahead
Has COVID–19 Impacted Your Ability to Preserve Evidence for Future Litigation?
After 1,000% Increase in 2018, UK’s Financial Conduct Authority on Track to Receive 900 Cyber Incident Reports in 2019
Jason Smolanoff Featured in CNBC Article on Cyber Security Threats to Pharmaceutical Companies
Keith Wojcieszek Highlights the Importance of Cyber Security Proactivity
Jonathan Fairtlough Discusses Increase in Breach Investigations with National Real Estate Investor Online
Stacy Scott Discusses Cyber Risk and M&A Due Diligence With the Wall Street Journal