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I passionately believe that we are blessed to live in a wonderful country. As Americans, we have an opportunity and an obligation to contribute our time and talent toward ensuring the characteristics that make our country great will persevere for future generations. My journey began in the U.S. Air Force as a tactical communications engineer, and that journey continues today in Booz Allen’s Cyber account.
At Booz Allen, there are countless ways to help our nation in a meaningful way. If you want to defend our nation’s infrastructure, you can do that. If you want to help fix the nation’s healthcare system, you can do that. If you want to help others find their passion, you can do that at Booz Allen.
It’s a meaningful career.
Senior Vice President Brian Green is a leader in our Cyber business, supporting the U.S. Cyber Command, service cyber elements, and national security clients.
Before rejoining Booz Allen, Brian was director of the Ponte Technologies division of KeyW. Before its acquisition by KeyW, Brian was president of Ponte Technologies, where he led corporate strategy, contract management, and business development for the company’s government and commercial businesses.
Prior to his work with Ponte Technologies, Brian spent 15 years at Booz Allen. As a principal, he led the firm’s penetration testing and advanced persistent threat detection capabilities. Brian led client delivery efforts in security product testing, advanced persistent threat hunting, wireless security, information assurance architecture, systems security engineering, and vulnerability analysis, primarily focused on intelligence community customers.
Earlier, Brian served in a tactical communications unit as a communications engineer in the U.S. Air Force, and later as a technical surveillance countermeasures and wireless security researcher at the National Security Agency.
He is a certified information systems security professional (CISSP), a certified project management professional (PMP), and a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy with a B.S. in electrical engineering.
What do you do at Booz Allen? In the firm’s Cyber business, I provide leadership to our National Security Agency market, our U.S. Cyber Command business, and our cyber work across the different military sservices.
What’s the most pressing need in your industry right now? Talent, talent, and talent. Number one, it really is the people. Our industry requires security clearances, which further limits the talent pool. We need talented engineers and software developers who are cleared in the intel community. These people can be very difficult to find. There’s tremendous competition from the commercial sector. Our challenge is in telling the story of our purpose…our why. When you consider the importance of the national security problems facing our nation today, you will see the importance of applying the best minds to solving our hardest problems. If we are going to address this pressing need in our industry, we need to attract and retain the top talent, To do that, we need to be clear about our “why”. It’s really a combination of exciting technical work paired with a passion for helping to support and defend our country.
What’s scaring your clients? The rate of change in technology is a major source of concern, particularly from the perspective of maintaining secure and resilient networks as new technologies are integrated into client systems. For some of our clients, their primary mission is the defense of Department of Defense’s (DoD) networks. For other clients, their primary mission involves another activity, and defense of their network is a secondary priority. Our clients are constantly looking at ways to innovate by leveraging the latest technologies, but often their biggest fear is that some new technology will introduce a vulnerability in their system that could put their data or the entire mission at risk.
How do you help your clients deal with those challenges? That’s something we look at every day to make sure we are doing as much as we possibly can. Our teams make sure we stay abreast of the latest technologies. We send our talent to the leading industry conferences, we invest in Cooperative Research and Development Agreements to research rapidly changing technologies such as software-defined networking, network function virtualization, and blockchain. We also encourage our talent to explore their own new ideas and technical innovations; and we provide informed recommendations to our clients regarding how leverage new technologies while mitigating risks. From the people perspective, we help our clients by providing industry-leading talent--”rock stars, “who are the best in the world at what they do. I engage in recruiting activities, acting as an ambassador for the advanced technical problems we are working. I’m also a passionate advocate for the importance of supporting and defending our country and the networks in the intelligence community and the DoD.
What motivates you every day? I care deeply about the country and national defense. That’s always been a driver for me. Booz Allen provides a platform for me to live that purpose, securing our nation’s information. Above all, I have found that I get the most enjoyment out of my day when I’m helping somebody else succeed--to achieve their goals. If somebody comes to me with an investment idea or with a personal challenge, to be able to mentor them, or to help eliminate roadblocks, or to just listen to them--to me that’s where I get the most enjoyment.
What is the most influential book you’ve ever read? The Bible. My faith is tremendously important to me. This is a book you can read 1,000+ times and learn something new every time.
What’s your most prized possession? Over the past several years I’ve gone through this thought process, where I’ve realized that possessions are far less valuable to me than experiences. Experiences and possessions are far less meaningful than relationships with the people I love. My kids, my wife, my family, and my friends—those relationships are the most important to me.
What advice would you give to a younger you? Back to my faith—I would encourage a younger me to spend more time considering the rationale and potential consequences of my life choices. Explore. Try new things. Take chances…while thoughtfully considering the reasons why I’m making the choices I’m making, and the longer-term implications of those choices.