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Dave Luber Replaces Rob Joyce as NSA Cybersecurity Director

Dave Luber,

Director, Cybersecurity,

National Security Agency

Dave Luber Replaces Rob Joyce as NSA Cybersecurity Director

The National Security Agency has promoted Dave Luber to the role of director of the Cybersecurity Directorate, replacing Rob Joyce, who stepped down after more than three decades of service to the NSA.

Before assuming the role, Luber was the deputy director of cybersecurity. In his new role, he oversees the directorate, which is responsible for mitigating and eliminating threats to the Department of Defense, national security systems, critical infrastructure and the defense industrial base, the NSA said.

Luber has 37 years of public sector cybersecurity experience, which he will use to ensure cybersecurity transformation, raise awareness of new cyber capabilities and capacities, and support the growth of the next generation of critical cybersecurity professionals.

“I look forward to building on the outstanding accomplishments of our team, and continuing to work with partners across the community,” Luber said.

He was previously the executive director for U.S. Cyber Command, the director of NSA Colorado, a program director within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, and the chief of the NSA’s remote operations center, tailored access operations and computer network operations.

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