Trevor Rudolph

Trevor H. Rudolph was a fellow in New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative and a partner at Secure Insights. In his Secure Insights role, Rudolph leads Secure Insights’ cybersecurity advisory practice with a focus on market analysis, technology evaluation, federal government relations, and regulatory compliance. At New America, Rudolph authors public policy papers through original research and analysis to address the fundamental challenges of cybersecurity.

Prior to joining Secure Insights, Rudolph was the first ever Chief of the Cyber and National Security Division at the Office of Management and Budget, where he led a team at the forefront of U.S. government cybersecurity. Rudolph managed the U.S. government's 30-Day cybersecurity sprint and was the lead architect of both the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP) and President Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP). Under Rudolph's leadership, the U.S. government saw a 40 percent increase in the use of multi-factor authentication, a 50 percent reduction in the time to detect cyber incidents, and a 35 percent increase in cybersecurity spending.

Rudolph is a two-time winner of Federal Computer Week’s Fed 100 Award. He currently serves as a member of the AFCEA DC Executive Advisory Board and the New Orchestra of Washington Board of Directors. Rudolph holds a bachelor’s degree in government from the College of William and Mary.