Deputy Director for IT Security & Deputy Chief Information Security Officer
Office of Justice Programs
U.S. Department of Justice
Jaime Lynn Noble became the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer for the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Office of Justice Programs (OJP) in January, 2017 where she provides leadership and direction for improving the effectiveness and consistency of OJP information systems. In her current role, she is responsible for Technical Security Operations, Security Engineering, initial and on-going Security Assessments and Security Status Reporting supporting On-going Authorization as she continues to improve the OJP’s Information security risk management program and ensure information systems are in compliance with federal information security requirements.
Prior to her role within the Department of Justice (DOJ), Jaime served as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer & Risk Management Program Manager at US Census Bureau for 5 years. She began her federal career at Census in 2001 as a programmer supporting Demographic surveys and censuses. In 2008, she moved to the Office of Information Security (OIS) and led the Bureau's transition from the Certification & Accreditation Process to the Risk Management Framework. In 2014, Jaime and her team received the Department of Commerce Gold Medal Honor Award for developing an innovative security program that allows executives to better understand risk and determine the most cost- effective actions to manage them while minimizing the impact on the mission.
Jaime is a Certified Authorization Professional (CAP), a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), has a Bachelor's Degree in Management Science & Information Systems from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master's Certificate in IT Project Management from the George Washington University.