Nicholas Hallum was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1968. He has subsequently been a visitor or foreign resident in Hamburg, Germany; Barcelona, Spain; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Copenhagen, Denmark; Seoul, South Korea; Tokyo, Japan; London, England and Los Angeles, California. He has taught military personnel at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) near Tacoma, Washington. He has also been professionally engaged at Yale University, in Washington D.C. and in New York City working on national security matters for both corporate and government interests. In the last few years, he has led teams with direct influence over FBI and UK security protocols for biometric identity worldwide.
Mr. Hallum has worked closely with former FBI, NSA, and CIA employees to define security protocols and secure operating environments, and his work has appeared in classified intelligence briefings. He has climbed a variety of notable peaks in the Pacific Northwest, but has not yet summited Mount Rainier.
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