About ICSS

Executive Summary
ICSS Journal
ICSS Conference

Advisory Board

Lord John Stevens

Lord John Stevens – Chairman of the ICSS Advisory Board

• Former Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police
• Chairman of Monitor Quest
• Led corruption investigations for the English Premier League and Formula 1
• Former Senior Advisor on International Security to the British Prime Minister

Eric Drossart

Éric Drossart

• Former Chairman and Chief Executive of IMG Europe, Middle East and Africa
• Former professional tennis player
• Davis Cup player
• Belgian Doubles Champion for over 15 years

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Michael J. Hershman

•President and CEO, The Fairfax Group
•Co-founder, Transparency International
•Member of the board of directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
•Former Deputy Auditor General, Foreign Assistance Program, US Agency for International Development

Khoo Boon Hui

Khoo Boon Hui

• Former President of Interpol
• Senior Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore
• Former Singapore Police Commissioner

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Juliette Kayyem

•Faculty member at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government
•CNN and Boston Public Radio analyst
•Boston Globe columnist
•Former 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate

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Jane Holl Lute

•President and CEO of the Council on CyberSecurity
•Former US Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security
•Former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN)
•Former Executive Vice-President and CEO of the United Nations Foundation and the Better World Fund

Rick Parry

Rick Parry

• Former Chief Executive of the English Premier League
• Former Chief Executive of Liverpool Football Club
• Director on Manchester bid committee for 1996 Olympic Games

Peter Ryan

Peter Ryan

• Security Advisor to the International Olympic Committee for Olympic Games
• Head of Security, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
• Former Commissioner of Police, New South Wales, Australia

Horst Schmidt

Horst R. Schmidt

• Treasurer of the German Football Association
• FIFA Advisor to 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Organising Committee
• Deputy President of 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™ Organising Committee
• Former General Secretary of the German Football Association (15 years)

Monica Seles

Monica Seles

• Former world no.1 professional tennis player
• Won nine Grand Slam titles and 53 WTA tour singles titles
• Won the 1990 French Open at the age of 16 – the youngest ever player to win the tournament
• Inducted into the International Tennis Hall Of Fame in 2009