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Rob Allegar is a cyber leader in the firm’s strategic innovation group, helping clients across the Federal Government understand and reduce their cybersecurity risks. Rob has nearly 20 years of professional experience building integrated technology solutions for commercial and government clients across many sectors, including homeland security, transportation, energy, telecommunications, and defense.
For more than a decade, Rob has applied his expertise in solutions architecture, information technology, and systems development to define, design, build, and deploy customized cybersecurity solutions.
Since joining Booz Allen in 1999, Rob has been involved in many high-profile engagements, which recently includes the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Booz Allen’s solution was selected under two of the largest task orders for DHS, covering the computers within almost 80 percent of the Federal Government.
Rob serves on the Visitor Education Center Advisory Council for the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial Fund, which is working to create a permanent visitor center so that future generations will never forget the significance of that day on our region.
Rob holds a B.S. in computer science from Mount St. Mary’s University, and an M.B.A. with a concentration in management from Johns Hopkins University. He has co-authored several papers for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers focused on machine-to-machine data integration and collaboration and information sharing among communities of interest.