Marianne Bailey, Partner and Cybersecurity Solutions Leader at Guidehouse
Marianne Bailey is a partner at Guidehouse who leads the business consultancy’s Advanced Solutions Cybersecurity practice, working out of Washington, D.C. She helps provide the strategies and solutions which enable clients to manage their cybersecurity risks, according to her profile on the Guidehouse website.
Bailey brings to the company over 35 years of experience across the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and civil government sectors.
Bailey joined Guidehouse in 2019. Together with her team, she leverages artificial intelligence, open-source solutions, advanced analytics, enterprise risk management, and digital and emerging technologies to help clients achieve cyber resilience, mitigating cybersecurity risks from current and emerging threats, her profile reveals.
Concurrently, Bailey sits on the executive advisory board of software company Forcepoint. She also sits on the federal advisory board of Intel Corporation. Additionally, she serves as a federal adviser at the IT firm Cohesity.
Bailey joined the private sector after an over 21-year career at the National Security Agency. At one time, she served as the NSA’s deputy national manager for national security systems and senior cybersecurity executive. In that role, she was directly responsible for systems across the government containing classified and sensitive information.
Bailey earned her degree in engineering from the University of Maryland. She later earned a master’s degree in national security and economics from Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy.
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