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Chief Security Officer at Tenable
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Robert Huber is Chief Security Officer at Tenable. He has more than 20 years of information security experience across financial, defense and critical infrastructure sectors. At Tenable, Robert oversees the company's global security teams, working cross-functionally to reduce risk to the organization and its customers. Robert is an active member of the Air National Guard, serving in a cyber operations squadron supporting both federal and state missions. Prior to joining Tenable, Robert was the Chief Security and Strategy Officer at Eastwind Networks, focused on growing Eastwind's business and delivering omni environment security solutions. In 2015, Robert's company, Critical Intelligence, an OT threat intelligence and solutions provider, was acquired by cyber threat intelligence leader iSIGHT Partners. Previously, Robert has served as a member of the Lockheed Martin CIRT, an OT security researcher at Idaho National Laboratory, and the Chief Security Architect for JP Morgan Chase. Robert currently serves as a board member and advisor to several security startups.

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