Keith Miller graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in Dec 1995 and spent the first 2 years as the Assistant Adjutant of 1 STAFFORDS spending time in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom and Hong Kong. After completing his Military Police Officers Course Keith was posted as the Operations Officer 150 Provost Company, during which he spent 6 months as the Intelligence Officer for the Military Police in Bosnia.Keith was then posted as the Operations Officer 6 Regiment Royal Military Police in Northern Ireland in 1999 prior to attending Junior Division Command and Staff College. He then took over as Staff Officer Grade 3 Military Police Operations at the Headquarters Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC), in Rheindahlen. From Germany he assumed the post of Second in Command of 156 Provost Company for 2 years in 2002 during the initial phases of Operation TELIC (Iraq) prior to attending the Advanced Information Systems Masters at the Royal Military College of Science Shrivenham. Promoted to Major in 2004 Keith assumed the appointment of Staff Officer Grade 2 Command and Battlespace Management, responsible for all Military Police Communication Information Systems (CIS) activity; during this time he spent 6 months working in J5 Plans at the Multi National Security Transition Command Iraq (MNSTC-I) in Baghdad under General Petraeus (US Army). Following Iraq Major Miller was posted to another CIS job in the Command Support Development Centre in Blandford and charged with running the capability integration and delivery of the ARRC Command and Control Information System (ARRC C2IS) working with DEC CCII, DE&S and Industry. Towards the end of this tour Major Miller deployed to Afghanistan and was responsible for the entire UK Manning and Force Level Reviews for the HERRICK theatre. Major Miller commanded 150 Provost Company RMP from April 2008 to Dec 2010, deploying the unit on Op HERRICK 12 with 4th Mechanised Brigade to Afghanistan. Keith assumed command of the Service Police Crime Bureau in Dec 2010 until Aug 2013 responsible for the delivery of all serious Cyber Crime and Intelligence functions for the Royal Military Police. Keith assumed the position of Director International Professional Services for AccessData in August 2013.
Speech Topic & Synopses
Procurement of technological solutions is often the result of an immediate requirement or perceived risk.
Whilst this method meets the short term need, the question to be asked is whether you have contributed to the long-term vision or just created another ‘silo’ of capability. Keith Miller, Director International Professional Services at AccessData, will explore how the British Army’s Royal Military Police Cyber Crime Centre evaluated its requirement against robust Business Needs Analysis before considering the technology solutions; the end result was a fully integrated Forensic Lab Capability, Process and Resource Led, matched to Business Requirements.