Andrew Turner leads Booz Allen’s Global Commercial business and brings over 20 years of experience leading and providing cybersecurity services to mission-critical enterprises. He and his team help clients solve complex cybersecurity challenges to enable positive business outcomes by defining an integrated vision of Booz Allen’s portfolio of cybersecurity services, including strategy, incident response, cyber defense, cloud, and operational technology.
Andrew has served as chief information security officer to several Fortune 500 companies—building and maturing risk-based cybersecurity organizations and developing security programs. Before joining Booz Allen, Andrew was chief security officer for Fidelity National Information Systems (formerly Worldpay), where he led an integrated security organization, including information security, financial crimes investigations and recovery, physical security, corporate investigations, and business resilience. He also launched and directed strategic identity, cloud security, and cyber risk management programs and was responsible for the company’s cyber governance, standards, compliance, and other related policies.
Earlier in his career, Andrew held senior cyber leadership roles at Visa and Microsoft. At Visa, he developed and led the company’s cybersecurity organization, including managing a complete overhaul of existing processes, technologies, and talent strategies. At Microsoft, he designed and developed a suite of advanced cyber offerings for national security, energy, financial, and telecommunications clients.
Andrew was appointed in 2014 by then-Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to serve on the bipartisan Virginia Cybersecurity Commission to expand the state’s economic footprint in cyber technology and protect critical infrastructure from cyber threats. He was also the chair of the state’s Cyber Education and Workforce Development subcommittee. As a member of the Bank of England’s Cyber Resilience Board in 2018, Andrew provided leadership and direction for the UK’s policies and standards in technology resilience. He currently serves as a board member for Halo Privacy.
Andrew has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.