Noel Zamot is the founding partner of Corvus Analytics LLC, which helps businesses manage cyber risk and design cyber resilient products.
Prior to founding Corvus, Noel held a variety of leadership roles in the aerospace industry. He managed profit/loss operations for a major defense contractor providing technical solutions to customers in the Federal Government, leading his teams to win back-to-back business performance awards. He has led consulting engagements for federal and state agencies, aerospace firms, nonprofits and NGOs.
Before entering private industry, Noel served as a colonel in the U.S. Air Force. He finished his active duty career as commander of the USAF’s elite Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base, California. In that role he crafted the service’s initial framework for testing military systems in contested cyberspace, and developed the first formal curriculum to train military drone test pilots. He has served as a Senior National Representative in NATO, led teams responding to cybersecurity attacks and developed operational concepts for counter-space and stealth operations.
Noel earned Aerospace Engineering degrees from MIT and the University of Michigan, and an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. 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 is on the Board of Directors of the International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA), a member of the Society of Flight Test Engineers and the Association of Old Crows, a sailplane pilot and an avid cyclist and triathlete. He speaks regularly to business and technology groups on the policy challenges of securing complex systems against cyber threats.