Booz Allen’s technology consulting services provide clients with highly skilled experts and engineers who maintain a deep knowledge of leading technologies. Our consultants combine their specialized skills with the firm’s proven problem-solving approach, ensuring that we understand a client’s mission and objectives. Our consulting approach, combined with client insight and technology acumen, provides us with the unique ability to design, develop and implement the optimal technology solution for the client.
Advanced Technology Consulting Services to Achieve Mission and Business Objectives
As commercial and government organizations address 21st century challenges, they are meeting many business and mission-critical objectives through advanced technology. Booz Allen Hamilton supports them through our unique technology consulting services.
Our areas of expertise in technology consulting services include:
- Cyber Technologies: Our cyber technology solutions enable secure information exchange, transport, storage, and operations, helping clients navigate cyberspace with trusted and secure networks, systems, information, and delivery solutions.
- Systems Development: Our systems development technology consulting services include developing software to automate business processes, improve client service, solve business and mission requirements, and share information effectively and securely.
- Strategic Technology and Innovation: We apply technology strategy, management, and analysis as well as enterprise architecture and design expertise to address our clients' strategic technology agendas. Our focus is on emerging technologies, as technical innovation is increasingly central to our clients’ success.
Privacy is ultimately about people. It isn’t about rules and regulations: It’s about respecting and protecting the personal data of individuals. Privacy done well goes beyond compliance to also support a company’s strategic vision, business goals, and product plans. After all, reputation is the capital of the digital age, and companies can only thrive if they maintain customer trust. By keeping people at the center of the privacy discussion, companies can create a trusted relationship with customers that shows dividends on the bottom line.
Executives routinely depend on insurance as a key means to limit risk. Increasingly, however, leading organizations are seeking—and failing to find—comprehensive cyber security insurance options. As attacks grow in their sophistication and new reporting regulations come online, the demand for cyber insurance is set to increase dramatically.Read More
Customer procurement departments are transitioning from a push method of gathering product information—directly asking sales people about products—to a pull method—searching manufacturer websites for product information. This trend poses both risks and opportunities for companies—both of which can be addressed with the right analytical tools.Read More
Data is everywhere, surrounding everything we do. And today, the sports industry is generating more data than ever before. It’s measuring the business and the game in ways never imagined. It can be seen in the use of Doppler radar and camera systems to track ball and player movement on the baseball diamond, as a single Major League Baseball game has been reported to generate up to seven terabytes, or 7,000 gigabytes, of data.Read More
Although global companies and governments are discovering the critical importance of supply chain cyber risk management, adversaries have known about it for a longtime. You might have a top-notch cyber security program, but if you don't have a strong supply chain cyber risk capability, you are leaving yourself open to an attack and passing along critical vulnerabilities to customers. Securing the supply chain is essential to decreasing vulnerabilities and creating a competitive advantage that helps your business thrive.Read More
The “commercialization” of cyber crime has created a thriving illicit industry. Attacks, increasingly sophisticated and innovative, often bypass detection by even the most cutting-edge cyber security defense programs. A proactive defense posture, based on pertinent threat intelligence, is required. Value derived from threat intelligence programs, however, largely depends on how well it is integrated into the organization. The truth is that the vast majority of commercial organizations that establish a cyber threat intelligence capability are rarely able to truly impact decision-making and operations.Read More
Securing and Enabling Data Driven Oil Fields:A Look at the Key Drivers and Critical Success Factorsof Operationalizing Digital Oil Fields
We deliver our broad range of capabilities to the following markets:
Helping civilian government agencies innovate, modernize, and transform to achieve operational efficiency and mission effectiveness. Learn More
Serving commercial clients across the industrial and services sectors with expert, unbiased advice that helps companies succeed in tackling the most pressing issues and opportunities in business today. Learn More
Supporting the Department of Defense with advanced strategy and technology solutions to enable the US military to deter enemies and threats. Learn More
Providing the intelligence community with strategy and technology solutions for secure intelligence gathering, analysis and dissemination. Learn More
Management and technology solutions to support the special missions of nonprofit organizations. Learn More