Rubicon Resilience is a London based international consultancy that builds strategic capability in the private and public sector. We develop crisis management expertise, improve the response to major incidents and leave a legacy of organisational learning.
Terrorism is pervasive and connected internationally on a scale not experienced before. Equally the internal threat means insiders have opportunity to cause harm, whether intentionally or through poor procedures.
Rubicon Resilience draws on extensive U.K. and international experience in crisis management. We deliver exceptional understanding and knowledge of the authorities’ response to major incidents, contingency planning and media handling. We develop an integrated approach from the executive level to operational delivery with an emphasis on interoperability and effective partnerships. We use a network of consultants with global expertise in contracts tailored to our clients’ requirements.
Brian Dillon MSc BSc(Hons) FCMI FSyI FICPEM
Brian formed Rubicon Resilience after a career in U.K. and international law enforcement. He was the operational head of New Scotland Yard’s Specialist Firearms Command with responsibilities that included counter-terrorism and contingency planning. This included developing strategies to deal with armed attacks and multi-agency interoperability.
Brian has worked extensively in Europe as the United Kingdom’s commander on the E.U. counter-terrorism intervention network. He has a comprehensive understanding of government level crisis response and recovery procedures; this included the design and delivery of Britain’s largest National Counter-Terrorism Exercise, Strong Tower.
As a senior investigator Brian worked in intelligence and anti-corruption. He has designed systems to prevent misconduct and safeguarded organisations during times of crisis. Brian is a frequent speaker and writer on security issues; he is on the Advisory Council of the award winning City Security and Resilience Network and a member of the Editorial Advisory Panel for the Crisis Response Journal. Brian has Fellowship with the Chartered Management Institute, Security Institute and the Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.