Ken Gamble is a professional cybercrime investigator, corporate security consultant and surveillance specialist with 29 years’ experience in the private sector. Ken is the co-founder and current executive chairman of IFW Global, (“IFW”), an international cybercrime intelligence firm based in Sydney, Australia with several international offices. IFW provides intelligence and investigative support in matters such as serious cyber fraud, anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-piracy, and anti-counterfeiting. Ken has investigated cyber hacking, kidnappings, theft of customer data, cyber extortion and blackmail attempts against licenced online casino operators in the Philippines. Ken is the current Australian Chairman of the International Association of Cybercrime Prevention (IACP), a non-profit Association founded in Paris in 2006 and represented in 20 countries.
Ken has exposed a number of online sports betting fraud sydnicates in Australia operated by organised crime groups and made headlines after causing the dramatic capture and arrest of Interpol fugitive and seriel fraudster, Peter Clarence Foster in Australia in late 2014 for masterminding the Sports Trading Club Partnership Ponzi scheme which netted him over $29 million from Australian investors.
Ken has been an expert cybercrime consultant to the Philippine National Police, Anti-Cybercrime Group (“PNP-ACG”), since its inception in 2013. He has received three (3) law enforcement awards from the PNP-ACG in 2015, 2016 and 2017, for his outstanding contribution to the PNP’s mission to create a safer cyber environment.