Ken Gamble is a professional investigator & security specialist with 27 years experience in the private sector. He has contracted to multinational corporations and government agencies since 1988 and worked alongside many law enforcement agencies in various parts of the world during his extensive career in the private investigation and corporate security industries.
He is the founder and current CEO/President of Gamble Investigations International (GII), a global investigative agency operating through various legal entities in the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, the United Kingdom and the United States. GII provides protective security, corporate intelligence and worldwide investigations to numerous Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 corporations in every region of the world.
Ken is the co-founder and current Executive Chairman of Internet Fraud Watchdog (IFW), an international Cybercrime investigation agency specializing in global brand protection and anticounterfeiting programs, anti-piracy operations, cybercrime investigations, counter-cyber espionage and digital forensics. IFW’s mission is to detect, intercept, disrupt and prevent global Internet fraud, counterfeiting, piracy and online brand theft.
He is also the current Australian Chairman of the International Association of Cybercrime Prevention (IACP), a non-profit Association founded in Paris in 2006. The Association President, Chief Judge Dr. Mohamed Chawki of the Council of State in Cairo, Egypt, appointed Ken to this role in 2011 following a number of successful anti piracy operations in Egypt and North Africa on behalf of major Conditional Access (CA) providers in the Pay-Tv industry.