Cody Scott joined the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as its first Chief Cyber Risk Officer in 2018. He collaborates with mission partners to develop and innovate data-driven risk management solutions that integrate cyber resiliency into mission success. Before this role, he worked with NASA to mature and optimize its cybersecurity program, including designing and conducting NASA’s first agency-wide cyber capability assessment. Prior to NASA, Scott supported multiple federal agencies on interdisciplinary projects, including Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Drug Enforcement Administration and Architect of the Capitol. Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts in international affairs from the George Washington University.