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Brian Minick is a cybersecurity leader bringing forward-leaning managed detection, threat and mitigation expertise to clients in Booz Allen’s commercial market.
He has more than 15 years of diverse cybersecurity experience and leadership and prior to joining Booz Allen, Brian was the founder and CEO of
At GE, he was responsible for developing and implementing advanced cybersecurity strategies that protected GE's multi-billion-dollar infrastructure and resources worldwide. As the company’s infrastructure design leader, he led efforts to implement defense strategies to mitigate advanced persistent threats for the infrastructure supporting more than 122,000 employees worldwide.
He’s the author of Facing Cyber Threats Head On: Protecting Yourself and Your Business.
Brian has also consulted with the White House and State Department on cyber policy and collaborated with the CIO of the Pentagon and members of the National Security Agency on cyber detection technologies.
Brian holds a B.A.S. in systems analysis from Miami University.