AlixPartners adds cybersecurity expert Beth Musumeci as a managing director

12 February 2021 2 min. read
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AlixPartners has welcomed cybersecurity consulting expert Beth Musumeci as a managing director. Based in DC, Musumeci will work with clients globally to solve their cybersecurity challenges.

She brings more than two decades of experience leading global teams in the private and public sector. Musumeci has experience building global security operations centers and advising Fortune 500 companies in every industry.

She previously spent nearly three years at IBM, where she was a partner in the Philadelphia office. Before that she spent a year as VP of cybersecurity at GE Healthcare, where she focused on product security. She also spent two years at management and technology consultancy ICF, where she was an SVP in the cybersecurity practice.

Before ICF, Musumeci spent 18 years at IT consultancy Computer Science Corporation (now DXC Technology), where she held several senior roles, including general manager of the global commercial cybersecurity practice.AlixPartners adds cybersecurity expert Beth Musumeci as a managing directorMusumeci began her career at The DuPont Company, where she spent nine years in the IT operations and support department.

“We are excited to welcome Beth to AlixPartners and our growing Digital team at a time when cybersecurity challenges are at the top of the C-suite agenda,” said Simon Freakley, CEO of AlixPartners. “Beth’s extensive leadership experience will play a key role in growing and enhancing our cybersecurity capabilities as we continue to support clients with their most urgent and difficult security and risk issues.”

AlixPartners cyber practice delivers cybersecurity risk assessment and diligence services, as well as strategic cybersecurity advisory.

The New York-headquartered firm is well-known for its core turnaround and restructuring consulting services. The company also advises on performance improvement, mergers and acquisitions, economics, investigations and disputes, technology and digital, and leadership.

AlixPartners, which has approximately 2,000 global professionals, recently promoted five people to managing director in its US turnaround and restructuring practice.