United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Samara Moore

As part of the White House National Security Staff, Samara Moore is the Director for Cybersecurity Critical Infrastructure Protection coordinating efforts across the federal government and partnering with the private sector to address cybersecurity policy areas for all critical infrastructure sectors.  Prior to joining the National Security Staff, Mrs. Moore worked as the Senior Information Technology and Cybersecurity Advisor at the Department of Energy (DOE, focused on cybersecurity activities for the Energy Sector and managing public-private partnerships, and played a key role in IT and cybersecurity governance for the DOE.  Prior to joining the DOE, Mrs. Moore worked as the Director of the Office of Management and Data Systems for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and for Deloitte Enterprise Risk Services.  Mrs. Moore has worked as a consultant, systems engineer, and IT manager, and has performed security assessments, managed security operations and security planning for government agencies as well as private industry. Mrs. Moore received a bachelor's degree from Virginia Tech in Accounting and Information Systems and a master's degree from the George Washington University in Engineering Management Systems Engineering, where she is currently an adjunct professor.

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