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Brian Klenke is an experienced cybersecurity leader with more than 15 years experience in helping drive solutions for in the government and private sector. At Booz Allen, Brian leads our Incident Response business focused on rapid response to breach enterprises.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Brian was the vice president of Incident Response for Morphick Inc, a Gartner-recognized Managed Detection and Response firm. In this role, he led a team of experienced cybersecurity experts that helped organizations identify and respond to targeted cyber intrusions.
He also worked for Lockheed Martin CIRT as a senior cyber intelligence analyst and for General Electric's Aviation, Energy, and Transportation businesses where he was instrumental in building the counter-Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) program.
Brian has been a leading contributor to the counter-APT community within the Defense Industrial Base, organizing and leading cyber intelligence sharing events between the major defense contractors and the U.S. intelligence community, including the Department of Defense, Federal Bureau of Investigation, the United States Air Force, and the Navy Criminal Investigation Service.
Brian has presented on counter-APT techniques and initiatives to the chief information officer of the Pentagon, the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center, and defense industry groups. Additionally, he has participated in meetings with senior cyber policy makers at the White House and Department of State.
Brian holds a B.F.A from the University of Cincinnati and a master’s in information assurance from Capitol Technology University.