Andrew Malloy serves as the Technical Director of the Cyber Development Directorate at DISA. In this role, he is responsible for the development of all cybersecurity tools and architectures for the agency to include Perimeter, Endpoint, JRSS, Cyber Situational Awareness and Zero Trust portfolios. His primary focus is getting functionality into the hands of the end-user as fast as possible in order to better support mission requirements, and he advocates for new ways of doing business for secure system development.
Previously he served as the Technical Director of the Services Development Directorate where he was responsible for the strategic direction of the Unified Capabilities, Command and Control, and Business Systems portfolios. He has also served in a number of technical and programmatic roles within the agency since 2009.
Prior to joining DISA, Mr. Malloy worked at the Naval Research Laboratory in Tactical Electronic Warfare Division supporting Counter IED Modeling & Simulation. He is a graduate of the Catholic University of America and George Washington University, and is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III certified.