Katherine Krenn holds a Master of Science in Information Security and Assurance from Norwich University, as well as a Master of Defense Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada. She has 27 years of work experience within the Canadian Military and with 4 years left to serve, she will be seeking new endeavours within the intelligence field in the near future. Krenn has operational experience – Afghanistan as the Officer in Charge of Intelligence Production for the All Source Intelligence Center (ASIC) and as the military intelligence advisor to the Canadian Ambassador during the Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) of Libya. For the short-term she is hoping to obtain a PhD in cyber security or related field of study in order to expand her depth of knowledge. At present she is focused on developing the Canadian Army Intelligence Operational Concept paper, a strategic document that will assist project managers to procure the right equipment to effectively operate now and in a future operating environment.