The Cambridge Security Initiative
fresh thinking and cutting-edge international expertise
The Cambridge Security Initiative (CSi), chaired by Sir Richard Dearlove, former Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, provides a unique link between the worlds of business, government and academia. With unrivalled expertise in security and intelligence issues, the organisation integrates long-term historical trends with the experience of security professionals to deliver prescient analysis of current and future threats to a range of clients and to its signature ‘International Security and Intelligence’ (ISI) programme and Conference.
International Security and Intelligence Programme (ISI)
A unique programme aimed at students and professionals with an interest in intelligence and contemporary security threats held in Cambridge every summer. CSi offers scholarship and bursaries to students working in the intelligence and security fields.
CSi Advisory Board
Professor Michael Goodman, Professor Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield, FBA, Professor Chris Inglis, Professor Angus Knowles-Cutler , Sir Iain Lobban, Professor Sir David Omand, GCB and Lord Wilson of Dinton, GCB.
The Cambridge Security Initiative 2017 is a U.K. Registered Charity; No. 1175201. The objects of the Charity are to advance education in relation to International Security and Intelligence issues through research, provision of educational programmes and collaborations in Intelligence Studies, teaching and research with national and international Universities, the Government of the U.K. and other nations.