Patrick Bolger is a Senior Director in FTI Consulting’s Cybersecurity practice and is based in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Mr. Bolger has more than 20 years of experience in information technology, intelligence operations, and cybersecurity. His areas of expertise are in cyber risk assessment and compliance, incident preparedness and response, and threat intelligence.
At FTI Consulting, Mr. Bolger leads global efforts in assessing cyber risk and ensuring cybersecurity readiness against sophisticated cyber attacks in a variety of industries. He has experience leading cybersecurity program assessments for large technology firms, maturity assessments for small and medium-sized businesses, and compliance assessments for the financial services industry against requirements from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), and the SWIFT Customer Security Programme (CSP). Mr. Bolger also leads up internal FTI initiatives centered on Intelligence Sharing and our insurance panel partnerships as a cyber incident response provider.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Bolger served in several roles as a Cyber Systems Security Engineer for Lockheed Martin Corporation. In his role as an Information Systems Security Manager, Mr. Bolger was the principal adviser overseeing cybersecurity risk management and Authorizations to Operate (ATOs) on select national defense information systems. As a Lead Threat Intelligence Analyst, Mr. Bolger directed the collection and analysis of open-source threat information on adversarial cyber capabilities, intentions, and activities on select national defense systems.
Before joining Lockheed Martin, Mr. Bolger spent over a decade as a Lead Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, consulting US Defense and Intelligence organizations. Mr. Bolger’s areas of emphasis during this tenor were instructional strategy and technology, intelligence operations, and mobile device security.
Mr. Bolger continues to serve as a US Marine Corps Reservist for over 20 years. Most recently, he was assigned as an Intelligence Chief to the Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group (MCCYWG), supporting the mission to plan and conduct full spectrum cyberspace operations as directed by Marine Corps Force Cyberspace Command (MARFORCYBER).