Ms. Lori Ross O'Neil
Sr Cyber Security Researcher, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, ISC2 Board of Directors
Lori Ross O’Neil is a Senior Cyber Security Researcher, Technical Project Manager, and Cyber Resilience Team Leader, at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy. Lori, and her teams, deliver novel cyber solutions in the mission to protect national critical infrastructure. Lori seeks out opportunities to partner and grow a global cyber workforce at all levels with a focus on under-represented groups and those seeking to add cybersecurity to their professions. With more than 20 years in cyber, Lori innovatively leads multi-million-dollar technical research projects. She and her teams perform cyber research and development in collaboration with domestic and international government agencies, academia, and industry. Prior to coming to PNNL, Lori worked at NASA as an aerospace engineer, supporting the Space Shuttle and other flight test programs. Lori regularly volunteers with a focus on cybersecurity for all ages including speaking on cybersecurity topics, chairing cybersecurity events, and mentoring. Lori is serving her second elected term on the (ISC)2 Board of Directors. She can be reached @LoriRossONeil on Twitter or LinkedIn.