Cameron Colquhoun London, U.K.
- Former cyber and terrorism expert for British Intelligence
- Managing Director and founder of Neon Century Intelligence
- In 2017 Cameron fronted the hit Channel 4 series "Spies"
As the Managing Director and founder of Neon Century Intelligence, Cameron Colquhoun is at the forefront of a new generation of leaders in the technology and security space. Until moving into the private sector, Cameron managed cyber and terrorism operations for British Intelligence, working closely with the Cabinet Office, briefing Ambassadors and ministers as well as operational tours of the Middle East.
In 2014 Cameron founded Neon Century Intelligence – the world’s first ethical corporate intelligence firm, focused on open data analytics and cyber intelligence. The company counts a range of global multinational firms as clients and specialises in deep web investigations. Cameron has a first class Masters’ degree in Middle East Security and holds qualifications from the US State Department, the University of Aberdeen and King’s College London. He was listed as one of the City of London’s brightest talents by Brummel Magazine’s “Ones to Watch” list in 2016. In 2016 Cameron won the inaugural Fulbright Cyber Security Award, created by President Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron to increase cyber security co-operation between the United Kingdom and the United States.
In 2017 Cameron fronted the hit Channel 4 series “Spies”, a groundbreaking documentary exploring the skills needed for intelligence work. Cameron writes and contributes to BBC News, Jane’s Intelligence Review, WIRED, Bloomberg as well as consulting on cyber security, geopolitics and data issues for the RAND Corporation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).