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Kelly Rozumalski is a cybersecurity expert at Booz Allen Hamilton working in Northern Virginia. She supports the federal government with driving the automation of cybersecurity compliance, risk management, and governance initiatives. She has a passion for enhancing and empowering the role that woman play in cybersecurity.
When I thought about starting my career, I knew two things for sure: I wanted to make a difference and I wanted to feel a passion for my work. In college, I took a couple of cyber and technology courses and when I realized how important those fields are to keep the world safe, I wanted to learn more.
After only a few months into my college internship with Booz Allen, I decided that cybersecurity was going to be my focus. That was more than nine years ago. Every day, I get to work with talented people—scientists, architects, security subject matter experts, engineers—to solve really tough problems and help defend some of our nation’s most critical assets.
“Every day, I get to work with talented people—scientists, architects, security SMEs, engineers—to solve really tough problems and help defend some of our nation’s most critical assets.”
- Kelly Rozumalski
It’s important for me to pave the way for other women who are interested in the cybersecurity field. To be successful in cyber, you need the technical know-how, as well as soft skills. I tell women, and men, that if cybersecurity is something you’re passionate about, take advantage of the opportunity and pursue it.
There’s such a variety of cyber training opportunities out there now, so I encourage women to sample a lot of capabilities and concentrations. Take the time to explore how cybersecurity impacts the tech industry and the world.
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