Gothia protection Group
- Physical, Technical and Personal Security Solutions
- KAM for Russian-Swedish conglomerate
- Executive protection services
- Coorporate investigations and covert surveillance
- Managing director and lead consultant
- Risk, security and crisis management advisory
- Corporate and private clients worldwide
University of West London
2018 - Ongoing
- Lecturer in Criminology
- Anti-corruption Consultant
- Fraud & Corruption compliance, audit and investigations.
- Strategy, risk and performance analyst
- Non-exec advisory
Certification number: 1322380
The uniquely management-focused CISM certification promotes international security practices and recognizes the individual who manages designs, and oversees and assesses an enterprise’s information security.
The Certified Protection Professional credential provides demonstrable proof of knowledge and management skills in eight key domains of security. Those who earn the CPP are ASIS board-certified in security management.
The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist (CACFS) qualification is specifically designed for practitioners whose work roles are concerned with counter fraud and anti-corruption activities.
University of Gothenburg, 2002
The programme Problem Solving in Natural Science included mathematics, physics and environmental science. It started in 1995 with support from the Council for the Renewal of Higher Education, one of several projects aimed at testing new approaches where group work was an important element. It also mixed theoretical and applied scientific approaches.
My thesis, ‘Desalination of the Bothnian bay’, a feasibility study and mathematical model as a theoretical framework for creating a large sustainable repository of fresh water.
University of Portsmouth, 2014
Security management and enhanced professionalism has become an increasingly important issue in organisations, to protect their people, assets, information and reputation. Core courses are; security management, countering fraud and corruption, international corruption, crisis management and corporate governance.
My dissertation, ‘The unintended consequences of EU crisis management militarisation’, a documentary analysis for a grounded theory of the discourse on the EU-NATO collaboration as part of crisis management. It aims to answer the question, whether or not further militarisation is necessary for EU crisis response to be deemed comprehensive?
University of Portsmouth ,Ongoing
Fully funded PhD bursary, titled: ‘Widespread corruption within the EU – Perception or reality?
The research is designed to develop a substantial theory of the perception of corruption in the Member States of the EU. It aims to answer the question; how the perception of corruption can be described and explained, as well as how it relates to the ‘reality’ found by recent surveys?
Based on the EU Commission 2014 report on corruption, filling an identified gap in current research, my methodology for grounded theory is based on in-depth interviews with key stakeholders.
This position also includes speaking at conferences, developing interactive presentations and giving lectures.
Stiernstedt, P., & Button, M. (2018). Norms, values and corruption. In I. Kubbe & A. Engelbert (Eds.), Corruption and Norms – Why informal rules matter. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. LINK
- Button, M., & Stiernstedt, P. (2016). Comparing private security regulation in the European Union. Policing and Society, 1-17. doi: 10.1080/10439463.2016.1161624
Stiernstedt, P. (2016). The Perils of Accurately Measuring Fraud and Corruption: Is it Only Worth Doing When Public Money is at Stake? In M. Petrigh (Ed.), Security and Risk Management - Critical Reflections and International Perspectives (Vol. 1). London: Centre for Security Failures Studies. LINK
Button, M., & Stiernstedt, P. (2016). The evolution of security industry regulation in the European Union. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 1-13. doi: 10.1080/01924036.2016.1270842
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