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Joseph Campbell is a media relations specialist at Booz Allen supporting the firm’s business and programming in cybersecurity, commercial, and data analytics and machine intelligence
With nearly 10 years of experience, Joseph is a proven media relations and corporate communications operator. His goal is to leverage the firm’s technical expertise to build compelling stories that explain today’s most complex problems.
Prior to Booz Allen, Joseph worked at Edelman and H+K Strategies, where he supported a number of corporate, technology and energy clients. Joseph is pursuing a master’s degree from Georgetown University in integrated marketing communications, and received a bachelor’s in public relations from George Mason University.
Topics of Focus: Cybersecurity ∙ Cyber Strategy ∙ Managed Security as a Service ∙ Cyber Automation & Orchestration ∙ Secure Operational Technology ∙ Computer Security ∙ Information Security ∙ Internet Security ∙ Network Security ∙ Data Analytics ∙ Machine Intelligence ∙ Business Analytics ∙ Business Intelligence ∙ Predictive Analytics ∙ Data Mining ∙ Big Data ∙ Commercial Sector
Profile Updated March 2017