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In-Person September Chapter Meeting !

When:
Thursday, September 21, 2023, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Where:
Capital One

1680 Capital One Drive
McLean VA 22102

Room 100A
1680 Capital One Drive
McLean, VA  
Additional Info:
Category:
Chapter Meetings
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Physical location:
1680 Capital One Drive
McLean VA 22102
Room 100A


Parking Information: Please park at the "C2 Garage" that is directly connected to the building we will have the Chapter meeting.
No Fee



Please join NOVA ISC2 Chapter on Thursday September 21, 2023, at 6pm for our 1st In-person Chapter Meeting Post Covid Era!


Event Location:

1680 Capital One Drive
McLean VA 22102
Room 100A

Event Agenda

6 - 6:30pm:      Check-in
6:30-7:30pm    Chapter Meeting
After 7:30pm    Social gathering - For those of you who are interested, we can head to the Perch above capital one hall / Wegmans THE PERCH - CapitalOne Center

Parking Information: Please park at the "C2 Garage" that is directly connected to the building we will have the Chapter meeting.



Topic of Discussion: Cyber Threat Landscape Overview

Speaker: Senior Director, Operations & Intelligence



Lillian Teng





Speaker Bio:

 

Lillian Teng is currently the Senior Director of Cyber Intelligence at Capital One. A graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service (Go Hoyas!), she joined the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) as a Cyber Special Agent in 2003, where she began tracking government backed cyber actors and served in both the Middle East and Asia. After leaving NCIS in 2011, she joined Booz Allen Hamilton and worked at the National Cyber Joint Investigative Task Force as well as the FBI’s Cyber Division Asia Cyber Operations Section. After over 10 years in US government service, Lillian decided to try her hand at private sector life and joined Yahoo as one of the first members and eventually leader of the Advanced Cyber Threats team, tracking government backed actors. She was subsequently promoted to Director of Threat Investigations, leading multiple teams protecting Yahoo users from malicious cyber adversaries.

Lillian is passionate about helping her community and is particularly involved in issues such as food insecurity, sustainability, and amplifying women and under-represented groups in STEM, specifically cybersecurity. She currently sits on the advisory board for a community non profit, So What Else, working at the intersection of food insecurity and youth enablement. Additionally, she is a mentor/champion for GirlSecurity, a non-profit specializing in preparing women and gender minority students for national security careers.

Lastly, in February 2022, Lillian was elected to the board for Leadership Education for Asia Pacifics (LEAP), an organization focused on leadership advancement for Asian and Pacific Islanders while helping to retain their values and their culture.