The Big Business of Spying: Ray Boisvert in Brian Stewart's New Doc
For years, Boisvert worked as the Associate Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). In the film, he uses his experience analyzing national security threats to weigh in on the capture of naval Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Delisle, whose betrayal is said to be one of the biggest security scandals in over a decade. In the documentary, Stewart (Senior Correspondent for CBC's The National) gives a detailed account of Delisle's spying. He also puts forth a compelling argument to suggest that "there is today far more spying by more countries than at the height of the Cold War."
Analyzing the gravity of major security risks is something that Boisvert currently does as the President and CEO of I-Sec Integrated Strategies. He helps Canadian firms operate more securely both at home and abroad. While he no longer works directly with CSIS, he is often called upon to share his invaluable insights on global security issues. In his keynotes, he explains how organizations in any industry can assess, and then manage, risks effectively.