Scott Schlimmer is an award winning former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer who now runs Schlimmer Intelligence Consulting–specializing in training, analysis, and cyber security. Scott served seven years with the CIA, where he wrote intelligence assessments for the President of the United States, presented verbal assessments to Congressmen and Generals, and represented the US Government in meetings with foreign officials. He earned a National Intelligence Award for his work on terrorist threats to the homeland and was trained as a Senior Analyst by CIA and a European nation. He also served on the Olympics Counter-Terrorism Task Force, preventing disruption to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, and has worked at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, the Canadian House of Commons, and the Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency. Scott is co-author of the book “Stories from Langley: A Glimpse Inside the CIA” and is a member of the Mensa high IQ society.