Photos of Diane M. Janosek
Connecticut. Diane Janosek honors University of New Haven designation as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations in Connecticut in 2018.
Pensacola, Florida. Interviews by ABC 3 and NBC 4 with Diane M. Janosek in 2019 discussing the role of quality cyber education and state of cybersecurity
Diane M Janosek engagement with prominent leaders at cybersecurity events in Maryland and Washington DC- locations include Prince Georges Community College (with U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson), Cybersecurity Association of Maryland (with CAMI President Gina Abate), Maryland Innovation and Security Institute (with Co-Director Armando Seay), and Maryland LIVE Casino (2019 CAMI Cyber Awards ceremony when Diane won top award).
Dr. Janosek with Directors of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, MD. First photo: General (Ret) Michael Hayden, former Director NSA, former Director CIA, and PDDNI, when Diane introduced and presented a gift to General Hayden at the National Security Agency in 2019. Second photo with GEN Paul Nakasone, Director of NSA and Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, in 2022 at 50th Anniversary celebration of the National Cryptologic Foundation.
Annapolis, MD. Dr. Diane M. Janosek presenting distinguished designation to Admiral Buck, Superintendent Sean of the US Naval Academy on Nov 10, 2020, in the newly opened Hopper Hall building named after Admiral Grace Hopper. USNA received the elite CAE designation in Cyber Operations. Last one is Diane encouraging female midshipmen with majors or concentrations in the cybersecurity discipline.
Annapolis, MD. Dr. Janosek back at the US Naval Academy to speak to the Midshipmen on cybersecurity in 2022, with Ms. Cyndi Gula, Ms. Carmen Marsh and Mr. David Vaughn. Diane with Capt. (Ret) Paul Tortora, Director of Naval Academy Center for Cyber Security Studies.
First photo: Dr Diane Janosek just completing a podcast taping with Dave Bittner and Peter Kilpe of the CyberWire in 2018. This was the first of multiple podcasts with the CyberWire. Last three Photos: Diane back celebrating with the CyberWire at their 2022 Women in Cybersecurity Event at the Spy Museum in Washington DC, along with Bennett Moe, Jennifer Eiben, Kathleen Smith, Karissa Seckman, and Dr. Kimberly Young-McLear.
Dr. Janosek, NSA, signed two agreements with the University of Maryland Global Campus. The first photo is in 2018 with Provost Dr. Alan Drimmer with the execution of an Articulation Agreement. The second and third photo were taken on September 25, 2019, for the signing of the Tripartite Agreement by NSA, the University of Maryland Global Campus and the National Cryptologic Foundation on expanding cyber education efforts. In photos are Foundation CEO Ms. Laura Nelson, NSA Dr. Janosek, and UMGC Vice President Mr. Ed Bach. Read more about the event
Dr. Diane Janosek, Commandant of the National Cryptologic School (now University) in 2021 at the National Cryptologic Museum with the historic ZEN Cipher Machine, used to teach NSA personnel to become cryptanalysts. Diane Janosek with ZEN cipher machine (nsa.gov)
Diane at The Cyber Guild Award event in Virginia in 2022. Photos with Kiersten E. Todt, CISA Chief of Staff, and Admiral (ret.) Mark Montgomery, United States Cyberspace Solarium Commission. Diane with Mary Beth Borgwing (President and Founder, Cyber Guild), Ms. Teresa Shea, Ms. Elizabeth Cory Jimenez, and awardees.
RSA Conference in San Francisco in 2022. Diane with U.S. CISA Director Jen Easterly, and Diane with Chris Cochran.
Activities with Military Cyber Professional Association
Webinar on the Future of Cyber Education 2021, hosted by Maryland Innovation and Security Institute. Dr. Janosek with Mr. Chris Inglis and Ms. Samantha Rauch, both with US Cyberspace Solarium Commission, and with Philip Niederman.
Celebration of the U.S. Postal Stamp commemorating Women in Cryptology. Diane with “Bia” of BiaSciLab, and Dr. Kemba Walden, Acting National Cyber Director, The White House.