Robert Novy is currently with the Department of Homeland Security where he focuses on government and public affairs, with over 25 years of federal government experience.
Previously, Robert Novy served as the Director for Cybersecurity Policy on detail to the National Security Staff. He was responsible for the formulation and execution of cybersecurity incident response and information sharing policy for the White House.
Prior to this position, his other federal government assignments were in Washington DC and New York City.
Throughout his career, he initiated and managed high profile transnational cyber investigations encompassing network intrusions and the theft of data, information and intellectual property from financial institutions and government systems. He began his career investigating financial, electronic, and cyber crimes as well as conducting computer forensic examinations.
He has instructed and lectured extensively on the subjects of protection, critical infrastructure, digital forensics, investigations, and information security.
Prior to his DHS career, he also worked for the Department of Treasury, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and also served in the U.S. Navy.