Advisor – USA
Brig Barker is a highly-accomplished National Security Consultant and recognised as one of the nation’s foremost authorities on counter terrorism, Jihadist mindset, and cell disruption strategies. Over the course of his prestigious 21-year career in the FBI, he contributed as a SWAT Operator, a Senior FBI Counter terrorism Agent, an FBI National Academy Instructor, and a Senior Liaison to the U.S. Special Operations Command. Brig additionally served our nation as an Executive Officer in the United States Army and is a decorated Combat Veteran.
During his tenure with the FBI, Brig conducted numerous counter terrorism deployments throughout Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and the U.K.; successfully conducting investigations into the U.S. Embassy Bombings in Nairobi, the 9/11 investigation in Cairo, the Lodi Training Camp case, and the San Bernardino attack of 2015 and the ISIS problem set in Tunis, Tunisia.. Brig additionally opened the Freetown, Sierra Leone FBI Legal Attaché office in 2006 where he simultaneously conducted an extensive FBI inquiry into the alleged Blood Diamond investigations.
Brig currently serves as the Founder, President, and CEO for Red Rock Global Security Group; a Colorado-based start-up focused on providing comprehensive physical security, threat assessment, and client training solutions across the military, law enforcement, and corporate sectors.
Brig is a recognised thought leader in the law enforcement community, a published author, and a media contributor on issues pertaining to counter terrorism and extremist propaganda. He can be seen at various industry engagements across the U.S. discussing his experiences investigating some of the highest-profile terrorist attacks of our time.
Brig graduated from the FBI Special Agent Academy in 1995 to join one of the most elite law enforcement agencies in the world. He was aggressively promoted over the course of his prestigious 21-year FBI career; earning recognition as one of the nation’s top subject matter experts in counter terrorism and national security strategies.