Ken Doige

Ken Doige, VP Business Development & Risk Management

ken doige

Ken Doige is a results-oriented corporate security professional with 30 years of experience including in law enforcement, commercial real estate, infrastructure, and renewable power generation sectors. He has personally overseen the development and implementation of corporate security and loss prevention programs, significant corporate security investigations, and established and managed security operations and incident response centers. He has directed teams in large-scale crowd management deployments, and commanded ground search and rescue operations.

As Vice President of Business Development & Risk Management for ISN, Ken is responsible for domestic and global business development and is often the main point of contact with ISN clients who have a global footprint. He also oversees our Threat Assessment, Risk Management & Cyber Security programs. Prior to joining ISN, Ken held the position of Vice President - Chief Security Officer for Brookfield Renewable Energy. In this role, Ken was responsible for establishing and managing all corporate and operational security strategies, programs and risk mitigation across the company’s global electricity generation, transmission and distribution portfolio. Ken played a key role in due diligence initiatives related to multi-billion-dollar global business acquisitions. Prior to this role, he held the position of Vice President, National Security for Brookfield Property Partners. In this position, he established and led the security, life safety and emergency planning and response operations for over 20 million square feet of some of Canada’s highest profile commercial high-rise properties.

In addition to being an experienced instructor, lecturer and public speaker, Ken is also a certified Emergency Management instructor for the Province of Ontario, and has been a member of the George Brown College faculty and executive committee for their School of Emergency Management. During his tenure with the Toronto and York Regional Police Services, Ken was engaged in key roles within specialty police units including Emergency Preparedness, Incident Response, Public Order, Search and Rescue, the Marine Unit, and Labour Relations.