Jeff Moore is a threat analyst and terrorism expert. He is also CEO of Muir Analytics, which conducts threat assessments for corporations. Dr. Moore earned his PhD in counterinsurgency (COIN) strategies and tactics from the University of Exeter in the UK.
Dr. Moore has supported U.S. government intelligence (J-2) and plans/policy (J-5) assets, and he was the on-site manager of a planning cell for the US Army’s Plans and Operations Division (G-3) in the Pentagon. In other roles, Moore was a full-time professor teaching counter terrorism at National Defense University, and he has worked on executive protection details for the likes of Angelina Jolie and VIPs at the London 2012 Olympics.
Jeff is author of two books: “Spies for Nimitz,” regarding America’s first modern joint intelligence agency and WW II in the Pacific; and “The Thai Way of Counterinsurgency,” regarding irregular warfare and terrorism in Thailand. He has written more than 100 articles on defense, security, and the energy sector, and he has given briefs to the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon, the Overseas Security Advisory Council in Singapore, Thai Special Forces, the Thai National Security Council, London’s International Institute for Strategic Studies, the FBI, and others. In May 2012, at the direct request of the U.S. Army, he served as a COIN subject matter expert at a conference established to help rewrite the Army/Marine Corps COIN manual.
Jeff’s awards include the U.S. Army’s Distinguished Civilian Service for Bravery medal for his actions on 9-11.