Warmka has authored several articles for publications within the fields of security and fraud and presented on these topics at global conferences held by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) and ASIS International.
Peter Warmka is a former senior intelligence officer with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) who specialized in clandestine HUMINT collection. Following his CIA career, Warmka has made it his personal mission to help U.S. Government departments, NGO’s, major corporations and academic institutions understand and effectively combat the ever increasing threat of security breaches resulting from the artful manipulation of insiders by those seeking to steal proprietary information and personal data.
Warmka is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Protection Professional (CPP). He is a certified instructor with the CIA-U and an adjunct professor with Webster University where he lectures on social engineering, intelligence and counterintelligence in the Master’s in Cyber Security program.
Joseph (Joe) Robinson is an experienced International Security Consultant, Public Safety and Homeland Security Professional who has been sharing best practices and critical lessons learned with clients and audiences for more than three decades. He has an extensive background in organizing, planning and leading highly sensitive projects, complex investigations and providing leadership, training, consulting and advisory services to private, government and non-government organizations worldwide. He served in command and Mayoral appointed assignments for more than twenty-six years with a major metropolitan police department and rose to the civil service rank of Captain.
He is a Board Certified Protection Professional (CPP) in Security Management by ASIS International, an International Certified Instructor (IICI) by the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST), an ALICE Certified Professional and a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events Instructor (CRASE) by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).