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Brad Medairy leads the delivery of cyber solutions for federal and commercial clients, developing next-generation service offerings that integrate Booz Allen’s leading capabilities in cyber (malware analysis, APT hunting, incident response, and Security Operations Center design and support), engineering, systems development (reverse engineering), and data science.
Brad engages with clients across the defense and intelligence community, federal agencies (the Department of Homeland Security), and the commercial market (retail, financial services, automotive, energy/utilities, and pharmaceutical) to understand their current environment, assess the threat landscape, determine their risk posture, and deliver tailored solutions that address their business and mission requirements.
Currently, Brad is focused on delivering new services and solutions in the following areas:
Brad also manages key ventures and partnerships across the global innovation ecosystem (Silicon Valley, Boston, and Israel) to assess state-of-the-art technologies and to identify and manage new strategic alliances and partnerships (Splunk, Phantom Cyber).
Brad holds a bachelor’s in information systems from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a master’s in information systems and technology from Johns Hopkins University.