Matt Kriner is an intelligence analyst with almost a decade of experience researching and analyzing US domestic violent extremism, transnational far-right extremism, and radicalization. Most recently, Matt supported U.S. law enforcement agencies with domestic extremism investigations, briefed emerging trends and insider threats to government agencies and private sector companies, and served as a Senior Intelligence Analyst for a market-leading California technology firm’s Global Security Center overseeing real-time triaging of terrorist incidents and natural disasters. Matt’s research has been featured in several academic and media publications, including the CTC Sentinel, Perspectives on Terrorism, RAND Blog, GNET, and Slate. He has also appeared on The Loopcast to speak about the Boogaloo movement. He holds a Master’s in Government from the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy, and Strategy at Reichman University (IDC Herzilya), Israel’s first private university. 

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