David Shillingford is the president of ISO Crime Analytics, a division of ISO that helps insurers and policyholders predict, plan for, and respond to property crimes. The units of ISO Crime Analytics, the National Equipment Register (NER), CargoNet and Enabl-u focus on construction equipment theft, cargo theft and retail loss.
After serving as a captain in the British Airborne forces David managed North American operations for the Art Loss Register, an international database of stolen art. David founded the National Equipment Register in 2001 which was acquired by ISO in 2007. Enabl-u was acquired by ISO in 2009 and CargoNet was launched by ISO Crime Analytics in 2010.
David has been published in national insurance and risk management publications and is an expert commentator for the International Risk Management Institute. He has been quoted in many national and international newspapers and appeared as a commentator on NBC, CBS, ABC and CNN. David is an active member of many organizations including the Inland Marine Underwriters Association, the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators and the International Association of Chiefs of Police and has won insurance and equipment industry awards for these activities. David holds an honors degree in chemistry from Exeter University in the UK.