Philip Ingram MBE BSc MA is a journalist specialising in the cyber, security, counter terror, defence and intelligence arenas. His knowledge is built from a long and senior military career as an intelligence and security officer, a strategic planner (who has helped take over a couple of countries or regions) with business experience at board level in the steel industry and now media industry; he maintains a close interest in global events. Philip runs his own media company, Grey Hare Media, and specialises in delivering informed content.
A keynote speaker on Cyber, the power of information, the threat landscape, leadership and mental health, Philip is frequently asked to comment for BBC TV News and Radio, ITV news and other global networks including, CBC, ABC, CNN, Euro News, Turkish TRT World TV, RTE radio and has given content in the past to BBC Mundo and Japanese NTV. He has presented INTERPOL World TV in Singapore in 2015, 2017 and again in 2019.
Philip writes for a lot of trade press and has been published in International Security Journal, Security Journal UK, City Security Magazine, Counter Terror Business, In Security Magazine, Security Middle East Magazine and the IoD West Midlands Magazine amongst others. He is a frequent commentator in Forbes and is often quoted in the Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Sunday People, Sunday Mirror and many other papers in the UK and across the globe. He has co-authored a chapter in the book Blockchain Impact, edited by Christian De Vartavan.
As well as delivering original comment and content, in print, online, on TV and radio, Philip organises and chairs high level conferences and is a PODCAST host.
If that were not enough, he retains other business interests in the armoured vehicle arena, specialist molecular detection and he is the Chairman of a specialist Cyber Intelligence company that tracks terrorist activity online and a director in a number of blockchain start-ups and consultancies.
Philip gives a little back as a mentor with an Institute of Directors (IoD) organised scheme helping business students at a local university in their 3rd year and as a member of the not-for-profit Global Terrorism Information Network (TINYg) board as well as the West Midlands Cross Sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) board. He is a member of the IoD, RUSI, an associate with the London Grad School and member of the National Union of Journalists.