Bob Janusaitis has over 35 years of experience in information technology including: cyber-security, IT governance, and audit. His homeland security experience includes: continuity of operations, critical infrastructure protection, emergency management and response.
He has had his own consulting business for over 20 years. Bob holds numerous certifications in the cyber security domain including CISA, CISM, CRISC, and the CBCP. He has been instrumental in establishing collaborative partnerships among local, state and national partners for the protection of critical infrastructure.
Bob has served as the president of the Houston InfraGard Members Alliance and as a director on the National Board of InfraGard. He also established the Houston InfraGard Public Safety Special Interest Group (SIG). He serves on numerous boards and workgroups including: the Houston UASI Risk Management Cyber Security Workgroup, the National Public Safety Telecommunications Committee, is a member of the Houston FBI Citizen’s Academy Alumni Association, as well as other organizations. He is on the planning team for Jack Voltaic 2, a national cyber/physical exercise in conjunction with the US Army Cyber Institute.
Bob is currently an elected official in Harris County Texas, where he serves as the Vice-President on a 5-member board of commissioners of Emergency Service District (ESD) #9. The ESD provides fire, rescue and emergency services for 500,000 residents in Northwest Harris County, one of the largest combination fire departments in North America. He served on the joint CyFair Volunteer Fire Department, ESD, and vendor implementation task force for a district wide P-25 network.
Bob is the current Secretary of the State Association of Fire and Emergency Districts (SAFE-D) board in the State of Texas.
He has earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Merrimack College, a Certificate in Homeland Security from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, and a Master’s degree in Public Service Administration from the Bush School.