Skeeve is a Futurist, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, technology architect, consultant and visionary in number of areas including: Futurism, Network Architecture, Cloud Infrastructure, Advisor in Future Technology Crime and Critical Infrastructure Protection, Virtual & Augmented Reality, Internet of Things, NFC/RFID, Personal/Commercial and Security Robotics, Smart Cities, Consumer Behaviour and Psychology, Trend Analysis and Technology based Neuroscience aka Brainwear.
Skeeve presently consults and provides professional services to Intelligence Agencies, State Police Forces, the Defence Department and Defence Contractors, Government Ministers and their advisors in Australia and several foreign countries.
Skeeve guest lectures on Cybersecurity, Technology Crime, Infrastructure Protection, 1st Principal Thinking and Inversion Thinking at multiple academic institutions in departments such as Computer Science, Political Science, Psychology and International Studies.
As it pertains to Network Infrastructure Skeeve’s areas of specialty are: Elastic Fabric Infrastructure, Overlay Architecture, NFV – Network Function Virtualisation, Internet Service Provider networking and business, Network Infrastructure – ISP, Corporate, Cloud; Cloud Computing, Virtualisation; Wholesale ISP Services; Datacentre Security and Protection; Internet Governance & Policy; NBN; IPv6 Security, Deployment; Internet of Things – (IoT) industrial and home automation; RFID/NFC/Beacon Technology; Internet Peering Exchanges (IX’s), Internet Governance and Policy
Skeeve was a triple Juniper JNCIP, but now prefers to focus his education in areas relation to Policing and Counter-Terrorism and Technology related risks.
Skeeve is a former Director of the Internet Society and former chair of APNIC Policy Committee. He has also represented Australia in Internet Governance issues and policy across the world. Skeeve is responsible for drafting, proposing and succeeding in the adoption of multiple policies regarding internet resources. He has spoken at events in over 20 countries and Internet Governance and Network Operator events such as AUSNOG, NZNOG, HKNOG, SGNOG, MYNOG, KHNOG, APNIC, APRICOT, Internet Society INET.