• Corporate Security Consultant
• Tutor - Burrill Green Corporate Security Business School
• Security Leadership Recruitment Selection Panel
Andrew Jackson is a British national with a broad global perspective and extensive international exposure. He served for 13 years in the UK Diplomatic Service (security and intelligence) and has 15 years international corporate security, compliance and reputation management experience.
His most recent role was Head of Global Corporate Security and Corporate Aviation with Novartis International AG from August 2009 until March 2015. He was previously Vice President, Corporate Security, with Novartis Corporation in New Jersey, US (2008 - 2009) and Executive Director, Corporate Security with Novartis in Switzerland (2002 - 2008).
Responsibilities included the direction of the company's product security programme (anti-counterfeiting, cargo and supply chain security), extremism risk strategy (animal rights extremism), due diligence, pre-employment screening, physical and technical security, fraud and misconduct investigation management, travel security and executive protection. He managed an international team of 70 Novartis Corporate Security professionals.
Andrew worked previously as a Security Adviser for Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS) AG, and as an independent security consultant.
Prior to moving to the private sector in 1998 Andrew spent 13 years with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Diplomatic Service) in a security and intelligence function and enjoyed postings in the UK, Latin America, and Central and Eastern Europe.
Andrew holds an MSc (with distinction) in Security and Crime Risk Management, a BA Hons. in Modern Languages (French and German) and is a qualified linguist in Russian, Czech and Spanish. Andrew is also a Certified Fraud Examiner.
Andrew is a member of the International Security Management Association (ISMA)
burrill green publications
value from security
This book "Value From Security" demonstrates what security's real capabilities are, and what needs to be done to realise them. The experiences presented have occurred in real organisations, globally, that are reaping the rewards of being at the vanguard of this new approach to security management.
crossing the line
"Crossing The Line" is about crossing the very real line that separates the worlds of public and private security and risk management. It is a guide for key players who are thinking of switching sectors and roles and moving from one kind of organisation and operating culture to another often significantly different one.
The book, which contains and draws upon a thesis on interrogation by David Burrill, sets a contemporary context surveying ways that truth and lies are increasingly entwined and legitimised to support behaviour that is unjustifiable and offers hope through the application of some humane principles.
career Transition Success
How to make successful transitions between public and private sectors in corporate security and risk management, it is a guide for key players, especially at senior level. There are lessons for all potential movers and for those needing to find, keep and develop outstanding talent.