Roger Cressey of Booz Allen Hamilton: ‘Now is the time to take action’
About Roger Cressey
Booz Allen Hamilton Senior Vice President Roger Cressey, an internationally known counterterrorism and cyber security expert, supports the firm’s cybersecurity business and international government clients.
Mr. Cressey served in senior cybersecurity and counterterrorism positions under presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, including Chief of Staff of the President’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Board from 2001 to 2002.
He also served as Deputy of Counterterrorism on the US National Security Council staff, where he oversaw coordination and implementation of US counterterrorism policy. He managed the US Government response to numerous terrorism incidents including the September 11, 2001, and USS Cole terrorist attacks. He also held various roles within the Departments of Defense and State.
In addition, Mr. Cressey is the former founder and president of Good Harbor Consulting LLC, a Virginia-based security and risk management firm.
His career highlights also include several years as an on-air counterterrorism analyst for NBC News. He taught a graduate course on US counterterrorism policy at Georgetown University.
Mr. Cressey received Meritorious and Superior Honor awards from the State Department, and the Defense Department’s Exceptional Civilian Service Award.
He earned a BA degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and an MA degree in security policy studies from The George Washington University.
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