Part-time and Adjunct Faculty

The Elliott School's part-time and adjunct faculty is comprised of superb scholars whose research makes important contributions to our understanding of the world. Being in the heart of Washington, DC enables us to draw on the tremendous intellectual firepower that abounds in the policy community, think tanks, NGOs, and international organizations.


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Matthew Noyes

Matthew Noyes: Lecturer
Matthew Noyes is a special advisor in the Office of the Director of the United States Secret Service. As the special advisor for cyber strategy and policy, he leads policy work related to the Secret Service's cyber programs across both its criminal investigative and protective missions. His background also includes experience as a cybersecurity consultant at Good Harbor Consulting and as an officer in the U.S. Army where he served in Germany and Iraq. He has also worked as a software developer and continues to engage in freelance and hobbyist programming projects focusing on computational decision making algorithms. His published research and writing on cyber policy have focused on policy considerations of military and criminal exploitation of cyberspace and he has presented on these cyber policy topics for both international and domestic audiences. Mr. Noyes has a master in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a bachelor of science from the University of Washington in computer science and applied computational mathematics.
Email: mnoyes@post.harvard.edu


 

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