Kyle Miller leads the operational technology (OT) cybersecurity practice for Booz Allen’s global commercial clients. He's focused on protecting industrial control systems (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems from cyber attacks. Kyle also directs numerous internal OT cybersecurity investments and oversees our industrial cybersecurity lab in McLean, Virginia.
He is passionate about OT cybersecurity and the vital missions—from ensuring the safe and reliable supply of power and water, to the manufacture of life-saving pharmaceuticals—that his team helps to protect.
Kyle’s team supports a number of the Fortune 100, Global 2000, and government agencies that protect key infrastructure sectors and industries, including manufacturing, oil and gas, transportation, defense, energy, water-management and wastewater. Our cybersecurity experts and engineers help clients assess, design and build cybersecurity practices within their OT infrastructures and ensure that these critical systems operate safely, reliably and efficiently.
Kyle joined Booz Allen in 2010. He began his career in the Air Force market shortly after the Stuxnet malware attack went public, triggering a shift in thinking around ICS/SCADA cybersecurity. He spent the next several years assessing and strengthening the OT infrastructure for clients including the Air Force, Navy, and JCC. After supporting these U.S. defense missions for a number of years, he shifted his focus toward our commercial, international, and civil government clients where he remains primarily focused today.
Kyle earned a B.S. in information technology from George Mason University, Volgenau School of Engineering, and an M.S. in cybersecurity from the University of Maryland, Graduate School of Management and Technology. He also has two graduate certificates from the University of Maryland in “Foundations of Cybersecurity” and “Cybersecurity Technology.” Kyle holds numerous cybersecurity certifications including as a global industrial cybersecurity professional (GICSP), certified information systems security professional (CISSP), and certified ethical hacker (CEH). He’s also a certified project management professional (PMP).