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About Horus North America

Horus North America was founded in 2021. Now with a growing team in place and unrivalled experience, the North American operation is growing in new sectors and markets.

Horus Security Consultancy Ltd was founded in Oxford in April 2006, on the principles of transparency and integrity, in order to bring tailored security services to organisations, institutions and projects in a spectrum of sectors operating around the world.

Our North American operation capitalises on our skills in providing critical security services for clients worldwide including global pharmaceutical & healthcare companies, leading research organisations and laboratories, major airports and rail systems, world-renowned universities, government agencies, and global construction and real estate development firms.

Our extended global reach not only means we can provide a ‘follow the sun’ offering across 24 times zones, but also means we can provide fluency in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish and Chinese (both Mandarin and Cantonese), and other languages on an on-call basis.

The Horus Group

Global Leadership Team

Jonathan Whiteley

CEO & Founder

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Colonel Tim Collins


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David Yates MBE

Legal Counsel

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Boon Hui Khoo

Horus Asia Pacific Advisor

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Horus North America 

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Ed Lueckenhoff

Senior Advisor 

Doni Whitlow

Horus North America Business Manager

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Lewis A. Eakins, PhD, CPP

Intelligence Advisor

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Brad Berwick

Intelligence Advisor

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Our team

The people who work for Horus are engaging, creative and diverse and their support and development is integral to the success of the whole company.

Our global presence

We have a worldwide footprint with offices in London, Singapore, Austin and our main HQ in Oxford

Horus Security Consultancy

Horus Security Consultancy was founded in Oxford in 2006 and provides high-quality security consultancy and intelligence services to clients across a wide range of sectors.

Horus Asia Pacific

Horus has been providing high end security services to the Asia Pacific region  Now with a growing team in place and unrivalled experience in its leadership team, the Singapore operation is growing in new sectors and new markets.

Our core principles

Value creation, integrity services and ‘best in class’ quality for all clients.
Ethicality in our information gathering and investigations processes.
Providing balance and relevance to all our services.
Continuous Development
Continuous development of staff (our most valuable asset) and technological resources.
Inclusivity & Diversity
Fully committed to inclusivity and diversity – ensuring that all employees are valued and respected across the Horus Family.
Community Commitments
Continually strive to contribute to sustainability – both with positive actions, leadership and example. Alongside supporting social and charitable causes.

Horus only uses publicly available information from the internet.

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Jonathan Whiteley - CEO & Founder

Jonathan is a former Lieutenant Colonel in Military Intelligence who founded Horus after a 23-year career running security, intelligence and counter-intelligence operations all over the world.

When initial aspirations of becoming a hippy or a ‘rock legend’ were unsuccessful, Jonathan attended the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst. Following his graduation, Jonathan worked for the British Army in various complex, highly volatile countries such as Iraq, the Balkans, and Cyprus. He was seconded at various times to all three UK national intelligence agencies and was Mentioned in Despatches for his work in Northern Ireland.

After leaving the army in 2006, Jonathan ran a successful project for Oxford University and went on from that to set up Horus, growing the business to more than 40 people over the next ten years. He now runs the company from its HQ in Oxford overseeing its expansion as it continues to provide a secure environment for organisations and their employees wherever they work, across the globe.

Born and bred in Herefordshire, Jonathan is a season ticket holder for the Worcester Warriors rugby union team (they need his support!), has three grown-up daughters, and a partner who is a Professor at Oxford University. He speaks reasonable German, less reasonable Russian, and has a degree in European History and German Language.

Colonel Tim Collins OBE – Shareholder

One of the best-known names associated with the British Army, Tim Collins is a former SAS officer, former battalion Commander, and now author and broadcaster.

It was as the commanding officer of 1st Battalion Royal Irish that Tim gave the now famous eve-of-battle speech to his troops in Iraq on Wednesday 19th March 2003. The speech has gone down in modern military history as an inspiration to world leaders and soldiers alike

Born in Belfast in 1960, Tim joined the Royal Irish Rangers in West Berlin after university, before volunteering for the Special Air Service (SAS), later taking part in the first Gulf War as an SAS Captain, becoming operations officer of 22 SAS in 1995.
Rejoining the Royal Irish in 1997, he took command of the 1st Battalion in 2001, leading it on operations in East Tyrone and the Liberation of Iraq. His Army career also saw him serve in the Falkland Islands, Germany, Cyprus, and Gibraltar.

He was awarded the OBE in 2003 and retired from the Army in 2004 as a Colonel. He has since co-founded New Century, serving with the US Marine Corps, and Pinpoint Corporate Services, a UK company. Tim has written a best-selling memoire “Rules of Engagement” as well as writing and presenting numerous TV films.

In May 2020, Colonel Collins was a guest on the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore podcast to share more on his journey in Iraq during the Gulf War, shares his experience of 'Leadership in Adversity' during his time in the military and how he has translated this into civilian life and industry.


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David Yates MBE - Legal Counsel

David is a former senior military officer and Brigadier, and formerly the most senior operational lawyer in the British Army.

He has advised government ministers and acted as the Deputy Judge and Coroner in Cyprus, as well as leading a Law of Armed Conflict directive for the entire army.

After successfully studying to become a solicitor, David attended the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst and rose through the ranks to become the Army Legal Officer in 1989, responsible for significant operations, budgets and international teams, as well as becoming the key British Army adviser on all equality, diversity, and inclusivity issues.

He was appointed as Brigadier Operational Law in 2010 and in 2012, transferred his military experience to consulting in the UK and the Middle East, and has since supported defence and security clients on a wide range of issues including security investigations, data protection, strategy development, organisational transformation and project management. He was awarded an MBE in 1997.

Boon Hui Khoo – Adviser to Horus Asia Pacific

Boon Hui is an internationally-regarded expert in law enforcement and cybersecurity who has led a distinguished, highly decorated career fighting crime for more than 40 years.

He served as Senior Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, and was for 12 years the Police Commissioner of Singapore from 1997 to 2010 well as President of INTERPOL from 2008 to 2012. He has chaired major international events, including three of the very first US-Singapore homeland security dialogues, and the biennial Milipol APAC security conference.

Boon Hui remains active in INTERPOL, chairing its Governance Working group, and holds advisory and board positions in financial services, fintech, healthcare, security, cybersecurity and philanthropy. He is a Commissioner of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace and a board member of the CyberPeace Institute. He is also a Senior Fellow of Singapore’s Civil Service College, an Honorary Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford, and a Justice of Peace.

In recognition of his contributions to public service and safety, Boon Hui has been decorated with high national honours from Singapore, Australia, Brunei, France, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and The Vatican. He was educated in Oxford, Harvard and Wharton, and is married with two children

Ed Lueckenhoff – Horus North America Regional Vice President

Ed was an FBI agent for 25 years and was subsequently the Chief Security Officer of two major multinational companies. He leads the new expansion by Horus into North America, where he is actively taking on new clients with a range of different security needs, as well as providing services and advice for Horus worldwide.

Ed was an FBI agent for 25 years and was subsequently the Chief Security Officer of two major multinational companies. He leads the new expansion by Horus into North America, where he is actively taking on new clients with a range of different security needs, as well as providing services and advice for Horus worldwide.

Ed joined Horus in 2021 after working for 14 years as the Chief Security Officer of two Fortune 500 healthcare companies that operated around the world. In both cases, he was the first to be appointed to the post and was therefore responsible for establishing all aspects of their global security programmes.

He also served on the Risk Management Councils of these companies and was very involved in developing and operating the Background Screening Programs for both companies. At one of the companies, he helped develop and lead the company’s Crisis Response Program.

Prior to this, Ed held various leadership, management and investigative positions at FBI Headquarters and four FBI field divisions. Ed was also assigned as a lawyer in the FBI’s Legal Counsel Division and as an FBI Crisis Response Coordinator.

Ed is a graduate of the Missouri University of Science & Technology and the Vanderbilt University School of Law. He is a past member of the state bar associations of Tennessee and Missouri and is licensed as a private investigator by the State of Texas.

Doni Whitlow – Horus North America Business Manager

Doni joined Horus North America in August 2021 as the Business Manager with 15 years experience in management. She oversees HNA's business affairs, including finance and business operations.

Doni holds a Bachelor degree in Business Management from Southern University and A&M College and a Master's in Business Administration from Texas Southern University. She also holds her Texas Private Investigators (PI) License.


Lewis A. Eakins, PhD, CPP – Intelligence Advisor

Lewis A. Eakins, PhD, CPP has over 40 years of law enforcement, emergency management, private investigations, and consulting experience. He most recently retired as the Vice President for Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness at Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana encompassing 19 campuses, 50+ sites, and 170,000 students. His department had oversight for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Public Safety, Emergency Management, Business Continuity, Environmental Health & Safety, and Federal Compliance.


He was formerly the Chief Security Officer & Director of Public Safety at Idaho State University in Pocatello, ID; the Chief of Police at Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL; a Captain with the METRO Transit Police in Houston, TX; and the Assistant Chief of Police at Texas Southern University, also in Houston, TX.


Lewis holds undergraduate degrees in Police Science and Criminal Justice from Calhoun Community College and Athens State University, respectively. He obtained a Master of Science in Security Management from Bellevue University, and a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration with a concentration in Homeland Security Policy & Coordination from Walden University. He is also a graduate of FEMA’s National Emergency Management Executive Academy, Cohort III.


Lewis is board certified (CPP) in Security Management by ASIS International. He is a recent Director-at-Large for the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA). He has served as a committee chair for IACLEA, and he led the effort that created the First-Line Supervisor’s Institute for the association.


Lewis has presented nationally and internationally on many topics impacting campus public safety and law enforcement. He serves as a trainer and subject matter expert for several federal agencies addressing emergency operations planning, threat assessments, trauma-informed investigations, diversity, and public safety leadership.

Brad Berwick – Intelligence Advisor

Brad is a seasoned security and investigations professional with over thirty years of experience, including a distinguished 12-year tenure as a Secret Service agent in Houston, Texas, and Washington, D.C. In 2014, he transitioned to a major Oil and Gas company in Houston, where he served as an Investigations Manager. His expertise led to an expatriate role in London in 2017, where he became the Head of Investigations for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).


Returning to Houston in 2022, Brad assumed the role of Head of Ethics and Compliance Integration and Case Management, showcasing his versatility in navigating complex corporate environments. In January 2024, he joined the Horus North America team, bringing his extensive knowledge and experience to assist businesses in finding proportionate and cost-effective solutions to their unique security concerns.


Brad's background includes conducting security/vulnerability assessments, surveillance, counter-surveillance, and leading fraud and misconduct investigations. He is adept at preparing documents for court and providing courtroom testimony. A U.S. Army veteran, Brad earned a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University and holds licenses as a private investigator in the State of Texas.


His commitment to professional development is evident in his graduation from the criminal investigations course at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and the investigations and physical protection courses at the U.S. Secret Service training center. Throughout his career, Brad has served in various leadership roles, reflecting his passion for helping leaders establish a culture of care and accountability as a first line of defense for security.