Air Marshal Sir Timothy Garden appointed
London, UK - 27 April 2003, 00:01GMT - mi2g is delighted to
announce the appointment of Air Marshal Sir Timothy Garden as Senior Consultant.
Sir Timothy will be advising mi2g clients at chairman and chief executive
level within financial services and government agencies on strategic defence
and asymmetric warfare issues including the simulation and rehearsal of chemical,
biological, radiological, nuclear, digital and suicide (CBRN-DS) type
of incidents that impact on personnel, critical operations as well as infrastructure.
Sir Timothy, a former assistant chief of the defence staff, has published
extensively on security topics, including a book on nuclear strategy and another
on military technology. He is visiting professor at the Centre for Defence
Studies at King's College London, and was previously Director of the Royal
Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House. He was appointed a Commissioner
to the Commission on Globalisation last year. He is an honorary fellow of
St. Catherine's College, Oxford, a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society,
a Fellow of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, and a
Fellow of the City and Guilds of London Institute. He was awarded a CB in
1992 and his KCB two years later.
"I am delighted to be joining the mi2g
team. In these troubled times, security must be the primary concern for government,
business and individuals. I look forward to contributing to the award-winning
work of mi2g in the key fields of security architecture, modelling disaster
recovery and systemic risk," said Sir Timothy Garden.
"We welcome the participation of Sir Timothy
as one of our distinguished Senior Consultants. His interest in computing,
military knowledge, geo-political views and defence advice will be greatly
appreciated by the mi2g team as well as our clients on both sides of the Atlantic
and Asia. Our on-going research and development in Bespoke Security Architecture
will also benefit from Sir Timothy's strategic thinking and extensive defence
experience," said DK Matai, Executive Chairman, mi2g.
For further information please contact mi2g