Teresa Shea is first speaker in Hume Center’s new seminar series.
The Hume Center is launching a CyberLeaders Seminar Series with a lecture by Teresa Shea, executive vice president and director of Cyber-Reboot at In-Q-Tel, on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 4 p.m. at the Virginia Tech Research Center ─ Arlington. Shea
joined In-Q-Tel after a distinguished 32-year career with the National Security Agency (NSA). She held several key leadership assignments during her career, culminating as the director of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT).
The new series is a component of the CyberLeaders program sponsored by a grant by the Hewlett Foundation.
Other speakers slated for the Spring 2017 semester include:
All of the talks – open to everyone in the Virginia Tech community -- will broadcast from the National Capital Region via video conference to the Blacksburg campus. More information and updates are available at the Hume Center website, Hume Center Facebook Page, and Hume Center Twitter throughout the semester.
The CyberLeaders program is an interdisciplinary scholarship program open to Virginia Tech undergraduate students interested in the field of cybersecurity. With the goal of learning at the intersection of cybersecurity engineering and cybersecurity policy and regulation, students take courses in the Pamplin College of Business, the College of Engineering, and the School of Public and International Affairs. They also receive a scholarship to study for one semester in the National Capital Region.
Posted January 26, 2017