Biography of Liang Yao
Liang Yao is a Commissioned Bank Examiner at Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) of Philadelphia’s Supervision, Regulation and Credit department. The position is appointed by the Federal Reserve System’s Board of Governors. Liang is specialized in banking information technology examinations. Prior to join the FRB, Liang was a senior manager at Morgan Stanley’s Internal Audit department specialized in enterprise infrastructure auditing. Liang also worked for Prudential Financial in Newark and Deloitte & Touch in Philadelphia as a senior IT auditor for a number of years. Liang is currently an adjunct instructor at Temple’s Fox School of Business since 2012. He teaches a graduate level class in the IT Audit and Cyber Security program. In addition, Liang joined Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Philadelphia Chapter’s Board in 2013 as a Collegiate Advisor responsible for promoting IT risks and controls frameworks and concepts. Prior his auditing career, Liang had worked for Temple University for five years as a technical support manager for the Student Health Services department and Medical School’s Finance Department. Liang also worked as a network engineer at Concord, Inc. at Philadelphia before joining Temple. Liang obtained his MBA in 1995 and MS in Management Information Science in 2002 from Temple University. Liang received his Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Eastern China Institute of Politics and Law in Shanghai, China. He is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Information System Auditor (CISA), Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Microsoft System Engineer (MCSE) and Certified Novell Netware Administrator (CAN).