Secret Service Faculty: Matthew F. Noyes

Noyes150Matthew F. Noyes is the cyber policy advisor for the U.S. Secret Service. In this role, he leads development of strategy and policy, primarily as it relates to conducting transnational cyber-crime investigations to protect the US financial sector and other critical systems. On behalf of the Secret Serve, he collaborates closely on these subjects with a wide range of policy stakeholders, including those in the Department of Homeland Security, interagency partners, the National Security Council Staff, and Congress. Matt also supports the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy as an Army Reserve Augmentee.

His previous cybersecurity work includes teaching graduate school courses on cyber policy and work as a consultant on cybersecurity risk management. He previously served on active duty as an infantry officer stationed in Germany and deploying twice to Iraq, in 2007 and 2009; before joining the Army he worked as a software developer. Matt holds a master in public policy in international and global affairs from the Harvard Kennedy School and a bachelor’s degree in computer science and applied computational mathematics from the University of Washington.

 

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