Evan D. Wolff
Director, Homeland Security

Evan serves as director of the firm's homeland security practice. His
practice focuses on homeland security, including chemical security
regulatory compliance, SAFETY Act, corporate internal investigations,
corporate compliance and governance, congressional investigations, cyber
security, and environmental audits and compliance. He has significant
experience in the area of infrastructure protection and a broad background
in the areas of homeland security, environmental regulation and
compliance, and national security. Evan also advises companies on computer
network and security issues and coordinating investigations after
intrusions and data breaches.

Evan joined Hunton & Williams after serving as an advisor to the senior
leadership at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other US
government agencies. At DHS, he served as a special assistant to the
Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection. From 2003 to 2007, he
held the position of principal homeland security policy analyst/project
manager to The MITRE Corporation.

Evan's distinctive background also includes roles as general counsel and
senior geospatial analyst for lsciences LLC; vice president and principal
of Environmental Protection International; and senior geologist at the US
Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Adding to his credentials, Evan also serves on the Sandia National Lab
Homeland Security Advisory Board, the US Chamber of Commerce National
Security Task Force, as a panel member on the Defense Science Board at the
Department of Defense, and as technology vice-chair for the ABA's
Committee on Homeland Security. In 2011, Evan was invited to serve as a
member of the Aspen Institute's Homeland Security Group. Evan also serves
as a Senior Associate (Non-Resident), Homeland Security and
Counterterrorism Program at the Center for Strategic & International
Studies (CSIS) .