- Commandant and Training Director for the National Cryptologic School, National Security Agency
Diane M. Janosek is a member of the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service (SES) and currently serves as the National Security Agency’s Commandant and Training Director for the National Cryptologic School, which is comprised of five colleges, to include the Colleges of Cyber and Cryptology. In her role, she manages and oversees the delivery of unique courses for the U.S. intelligence workforce, both civilian and military, in the areas of cyber, network security, cyber resilience, and encryption, ensuring a strong federal workforce to defend critical national security networks.
Janosek is the 2019 Cyber Warrior Woman of the Year, an award granted by the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, which honored her for her mentorship, inspiration, and advocacy for women in the cybersecurity field. In addition, she has received many other awards from academia and professional organizations. She is the President of the Women in Cybersecurity’s (WiCyS) Mid-Atlantic Regional Affiliate and holds the WiCyS Affiliate Leadership Award for 2019. Ms. Janosek has published numerous articles in various cybersecurity and legal publications, among others, and she serves as an adjunct professor for the National Intelligence University’s Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence in Intelligence program in Washington, DC. She has served as the keynote speaker and as a panelist at many cybersecurity conferences and events. She serves on the Board of Advisors of the Military Cyber Professionals Association and is a member of the White House’s Federal Committee on STEM Education. She is passionate about giving back and serving the Nation.