Noel Zamot is the founder and president of Corvus Analytics LLC, a consulting firm that helps businesses design cyber resiliency into their organizations, systems and products.
Noel has held a variety of leadership roles in the cyber domain in the aerospace industry. He managed large teams providing cybersecurity R&D, systems integration and engineering solutions to customers in the DoD and Federal Government. He has led strategy development and execution for revenue growth, business unit transformation and firm-wide contract transition, and led his teams to win back-to-back business awards based on achieving above-plan profit and revenue goals.
Before entering industry, Noel served as a Colonel in the USAF and commanded the Air Force’s elite Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, California. In this role - a cross between a fighter squadron, graduate school and a flight research lab - he crafted the Air Force's initial framework for testing military systems in contested cyberspace, and developed the first formal curriculum to train military drone test pilots. During his career he also served as a liaison in NATO, led a team to win a $1M prize for installation-wide energy savings, led teams responding to cybersecurity attacks and developed operational concepts for counter-space and stealth operations. He managed funding and execution of construction projects for economic recovery efforts, leading his teams to recognition by Air Force leadership. He has logged over 1900 hours in over 30 different types of aircraft, including over 100 hours of combat.
Noel is a graduate of MIT and Michigan, where he earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Aerospace Engineering, and MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he earned an MBA. He has also earned a Professional Management degree from ESAN in Lima, Peru, and a Master of Arts in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. He speaks regularly to business and technology groups on the challenges of securing complex systems against cyber threats.