Eric Chuang, J.D., is the managing director of incident response in BDO's Cybersecurity practice. He has more than 20 years of investigative experience in law enforcement and national security including cybersecurity, incident response, crisis management, computer network operations and secure communications. Eric has held several senior positions in law enforcement, including most recently as chief of the computer operations group in the Operational Technology Division of the FBI, where he managed all aspects of computer network operations to include building and maintaining of an enterprise network to support the FBI’s operational activities on the internet. Eric was also responsible for the FBI’s global tactical and secure networks and communications, providing classified and unclassified networks to support FBI’s war zone deployments as well as crisis and special events. He represented the FBI as the senior technical liaison officer to the director of national intelligence (DNI) for four years and worked closely with all intelligence community agencies. Eric coordinated and published the Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 702 that is currently the governing policy for all technical surveillance countermeasures activities in the U.S. Government. Eric received the FBI Director’s Award in 2016 for Outstanding Science & Technology Achievement. Eric also received the Director of National Counterterrorism Center Award in 2008 for his leadership in the Intelligence Community.