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Jon Allen is a Booz Allen director and lead for the commercial transportation business focusing on information, product, and operational security, as well as advanced analytics related to the Internet of Things and the manufacturing environment.
Jon recently served as the executive director of the Automotive Information Sharing & Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) and led the automotive industry in creating its first cyber threat and vulnerability information-sharing consortium.
He has led teams in building vehicle cyber and analytics programs for U.S. and international automotive makers and suppliers. Before joining the firm’s commercial practice, Jon helped reestablish Booz Allen’s risk and cyber business in the Middle East. During his first 10 years at Booz Allen, Jon supported U.S. Government clients within the defense and intelligence agencies developing cyber resiliency, mission assurance, and risk practice protecting U.S. critical infrastructure.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Jon served as a Ranger Qualified, U.S. Army infantry officer with assignments in Georgia, Korea, Washington D.C., and Texas. That included serving as the senior Army social aide to President Clinton and commanding an infantry company with the 1st Calvary Division.
Jon received his B.A. from Norwich University, an M.A. in security studies from Georgetown University, and is a former term member with the Council on Foreign Relations. He is the current vice chairman for Norwich University's Board of Fellows and will become chairman in fall 2017.