Kelly Rozumalski is a senior vice president leading Booz Allen’s national cyber defense business. She develops solutions that address some of the nation’s top cybersecurity challenges, including protecting critical infrastructure, safeguarding connected devices (e.g., medical devices), securing the supply chain, and defending the federal enterprise against cyber threats.
Kelly has over a decade of experience driving differentiated solutions to help clients identify and understand cyber risks, automate compliance for real-time insights into security weaknesses, and mitigate vulnerabilities to reduce cyber threats. She supports the core missions of our national clients, including the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Kelly is also passionate about advancing the healthcare industry’s cybersecurity capabilities. She takes a holistic approach to bringing medical device manufacturers, regulators, hospital systems, medical providers, and patients together to secure the healthcare ecosystem. With the rise of connected medical devices and the acceleration of digital health transformation, Kelly and her team collaborate with federal and commercial clients to drive next-generation service offerings that combat vulnerable channels to biological data. Supporting the development of an increasingly connected, resilient healthcare system, she takes a patient-focused approach to risk, remediation, and secure product development frameworks.
Consulting Magazine named Kelly a 2021 Woman Leader in Technology, honored for Excellence in Innovation. In addition, Kelly leads cyber talent programs to help Booz Allen attract and retain the industry’s top talent.
She has a B.S. degree in business from the University of Maryland.