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Sarah Jacob

Sarah Jacob joined the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2016, currently serving as a program manager for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). In this capacity, she develops capabilities to secure the Nation’s critical infrastructure from drones and implementing the Department’s statutory authority to counter drones. Jacob most recently served as a Performance Analyst within the former Office of Infrastructure Protection, where she facilitated the development of the organization’s annual operating plan and ensured compliance with statutory reporting requirements. Prior to this, she worked with the Interagency Security Committee to ensure the physical security and resilience of all federal facilities. In this capacity, she worked with senior security practitioners from across the executive branch to develop the first compliance benchmarks and compliance database for federal facilities.
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