Gary M. Jackson, PhD

 

Dr. Gary M. Jackson is the CEO and President of ANBECO, LLC. Trained as a behavioral psychologist with specialties in artificial intelligence and automated assessment, Dr. Jackson has designed and developed scores of advanced applications across both corporate and U.S. Government settings. Dr. Jackson’s career has spanned academia as a professor, director of R&D and treatment development in various clinical settings, research psychologist within the U.S. Secret Service Intelligence Division, Intelligence Officer and Chief of three advanced technology branches within the Central Intelligence Agency, vice president and director of research and development for Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR), a major psychological test development company, Director of the Center for the Advancement of Intelligent Systems (CAIS) for the American Institutes for Research and, the founding  president and CEO of Psynapse Technologies in Washington DC. Dr. Jackson has extensive R&D and operational field experience in counterterrorism, counterintelligence, counternarcotics, and threat prediction, tracking, and locating.  He holds B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale and an M.A. degree from University of Illinois-Springfield. He has completed additional postdoctoral training in neurophysiology at the University of South Florida Medical School.  Dr. Jackson is the inventor of the patented automated behavior assessment Checkmate network intrusion protection system, Inmate network misuse detection system for insider threat, Automated Behavior Analysis (AuBA) technology and tools, and patent pending InAlyzer, an online behavioral assessment system to anticipate and detect risk of insider threat in the workplace. His latest books: Predicting Malicious Behavior: Tools and Techniques for Ensuring Global Security (Wiley & Sons, 2012), describes the developed and patented automated behavior analysis (AuBA) and applications, and Surviving Mass Victim Attacks: What to do when the Unthinkable Happens, (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018) describes specific strategies for preventing, surviving, and coping with mass attacks.

 

Primary Ares of Expertise

  • Insider threat

  • Design of fused behavior and computer science predictive applications

  • Behavioral/psychological assessment

  • Artificial intelligence/pattern classification

  • Cyber threat within global and network domains

  • Operational and field assessment

 

Email:  jacksongm@anbeco.org