Courtney Klein serves as a Security Consultant in the Security Consulting Services division. Before joining T&M, Ms. Klein was a founding member of several corporate security teams across a variety of operational fields and gained substantial experience in domestic terrorism counter-intelligence techniques and investigative methodologies. As part of T&M, she uses these experiences to provide expert physical and corporate security guidance across many industries to include cultural properties; entertainment and digital arts; real estate; litigation; finance; healthcare; non-profit, NGO, and social welfare groups; political action committees; and state and local governments. Ms. Klein also heads up the division's Threat Management Program offerings, in conjunction with other expert team members, to assist clients in threat identification, analysis, and response.
Ms. Klein received her Master's Degree in Criminology and Deviance as well as an Advanced Studies Certificate in Crime Analysis from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and her Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Colorado State University. She is an ASIS-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP) and maintains a Crime Analyst Level I designation through the State of New York Division of Criminal Justice Services. She is also a Certified Institutional Protection Specialist (CIPS) and Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM) by the International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection and has presented as a subject matter expert on several topics at a variety of industry events.