October 16, 2015

CrossCountry Consulting Hires Cameron Over to Lead Cybersecurity Practice

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(McLean, VA) CrossCountry Consulting, a leading management consulting firm, announced today that Cameron Over will lead its Cybersecurity practice as a Director in the Enterprise Risk and Internal Audit service line.

Cameron and her team will offer a comprehensive suite of Cybersecurity offerings to leading companies in industries such as financial services, hospitality, media, research and technology; these service offerings will range from those serving board and executive-level needs to the hands-on, technical capabilities required to bring Cybersecurity objectives to fruition.

Cameron has approximately 15 years of experience enabling organizations to design, develop and implement Cybersecurity programs.  Her executive-level experience supporting commercial and Department of Defense (DoD) clients with their emerging Cybersecurity technical and regulatory requirements will further enhance CrossCountry’s growing leadership in the risk consulting market space.

“There is a pressing need for Cybersecurity services in the marketplace, and Cameron’s arrival is a critical and strategic step in our commitment to providing this important service for our clients,” said Erik Linn, co-founder of CrossCountry Consulting.

CrossCountry Consulting co-founder, Dave Kay, added, “The addition of Cameron’s dedicated leadership and technical expertise will significantly enhance the firm’s already well-established Cybersecurity capabilities and further demonstrates the firm’s dedication to providing cutting-edge and world-class risk consulting services for our clients.”

Prior to joining CrossCountry Consulting, Cameron served as a Senior Associate for Booz Allen Hamilton in the Washington DC Metro area.  She assisted numerous DoD clients in support of DoD and National Security Agency (NSA) requirements, leading large and complex teams in the capacity of Program Manager (PM) and Information Security Officer (ISO). Cameron holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from The University of Mary Washington.  She is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).