Eliot Jung is a cybersecurity specialist at the Brookhaven National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy.
At BNL, Eliot works on cyber intelligence and conducts briefings and presentations to the greater BNL community. Eliot has also been invited regularly to present on cybersecurity at law enforcement consortiums on Long Island. Prior to BNL, Eliot was an Executive Director and Tech Ops Lead with Global Cybersecurity at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Eliot led the Strategic Cyber Intelligence team, based in NYC and London, to monitor, research, and analyze geopolitical issues with cyber and market nexus. He was responsible for building and developing Operational Protection Program, including a C-suite level mobile device security program, for the firm. Furthermore, Eliot led the team to produce cyber risk index, country assessments, and intel alerts. In this regard, Eliot regularly conducted orientation sessions on cybersecurity awareness for the new hiring class of 200-300 JPMC employees and participated as a panelist in external events.
Prior to joining JPMC, Eliot was a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State, and served in Asia, Middle East, Washington DC, and New York where he reviewed regional and country-specific political and economic issues to advise senior U.S. policymakers. His other professional experiences include starting an international education consulting company and working as a Senior Financial Analyst with the Capital Markets Group at State Street Corporation.
Eliot received his Masters in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, Masters of Science in Cybersecurity Technology from University of Maryland Global Campus, and Bachelors of Arts from Colby College. Eliot is a former U.S. Fulbright Scholar, RSA Security Scholar 2019, and a Madison Policy Fellow for Business-Government. He speaks Korean, Japanese, and Chinese Mandarin.
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