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Dod Lead Cyber Security Engineer Resume

SUMMARY

  • Confidential has vast experience as an IT professional.
  • He is currently the resident Confidential, Confidential, and Confidential Subject Matter Expert for Confidential .
  • His specialties include: Vulnerability Scanning & Mitigation: Confidential / Confidential ( Confidential ), Confidential, Confidential, Confidential Confidential ( Confidential ), Confidential Confidential (ePO) Administration and Operation, Confidential installation and customization, Cisco SourceFire IDS, Monitoring Systems and Networks, as well as a diverse pool of experience with numerous IT products, hardware, operating systems, and software.
  • He has built, configured, and upgraded Intel/ Confidential Confidential (ePO Confidential ) servers and Confidential ( Confidential ) servers for Confidential . These servers monitor over 6800 endpoints across 290 global offices.
  • Confidential has leadership skills and an entrepreneurial self - starter approach to solving problems and getting work done.

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Hardware: Numerous server and workstation makes and models with a focus on Supermicro Servers and Disk Arrays, Dell Servers, DLT libraries, workstations, notebooks HP Servers, storage arrays, DLT libraries, workstations, notebooks HP Blade Servers (mostly c - class), 480, 460, Storage, etc.

Operating Systems: Windows - All server and workstation versions Linux - From Enterprise down to small prototyping environments CentOS Ubuntu SCO Open Desktop Unix Solaris SCO Unix SCO Xenix

Application Software: Microsoft Office - All Versions Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Visio Image Composer, Front Page Microsoft SharePoint Symantec Backup Exec - All versions McAfee / Intel Host Based Security System (DoD Confidential ) Confidential & Confidential (DoD Confidential ) with a focus on load balanced scanners and vulnerability and SCAP scanning Confidential SPAWAR SCC Microsoft SCSM Help Desk Remedy Help Desk Confidential & Retina Enterprise Manager AutoCAD

Adobe: Dreamweaver Studio / Fireworks, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro including form building

Networks: Cisco ASA and Pix Appliances, Cisco failover redundancy implementation, Cisco Switches, Load Balancers, VPN, HP Blade and Rack Switches (Incl. HP Adapter Teaming / Load balancing), Coyote Point Load Balancers & failover implementation, Netgear Switches, Firewalls, & VPN

Databases: MS SQL, Oracle 10g / 11g, Oracle RAC Configuration, MySQL

Languages: Batch file scripting, SED & AWK Scripting, MicroController C++, JavaScript, Java

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Confidential

DoD Lead Cyber Security Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential is the Lead Subject Matter Expert responsible for supporting Confidential 's ( Confidential ) implementation of Confidential Host Based Security System ( Confidential ).
  • It includes the Confidential (ePO) Server that manages approximately 6900 systems in 290 global offices.
  • Responsible for maintenance and upgrade of all aspects of Confidential including: Confidential Agent, Host Intrusion Prevention, VirusScan Enterprise, Policy Auditor, Asset Configuration Compliance Module, Asset Baseline Monitor, Rogue System Sensor, Asset Publishing Service, Operational Attributes Manager, Data Loss Prevention, and Device Control Module. Also responsible for responding to threat alerts from CYBERCOM, DISA, and GNSC.
  • Developed package deployment solutions for the highly mobile VPN enabled workforce.

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the Confidential implementation of the Confidential ( Confidential ) vulnerability management system.
  • The system consists of Tenable Network Security Center (Linux) that controls clusters of load balanced Confidential Scanners (Windows VMs).
  • This solution replaced the Confidential Enterprise implementation used previously.
  • Responsible for the planning and migration from Retina to Confidential .
  • Provides training to Regional Staff on the use of Confidential, monitoring and tasking of findings.

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential created a Vulnerability Working Group (VWG) that meets monthly to collaborate on vulnerability findings and mitigation strategies.
  • It consists of Regional IT Managers and Technical Staff responsible for vulnerability management.
  • Developed a SharePoint collaboration community for the VWG.
  • Responsible for the design, implementation, and customization of the Confidential platform.
  • Implementation of Confidential has saved the agency hundreds of personnel hours when responding to incident alerts.
  • Developed dashboards for insider threat, and network traffic monitoring.
  • Confidential responds to USCC, CNDSP, and GNSC traffic and malware incidents.
  • He uses Confidential, SourceFire IDS, Juniper VPN, Palo Alto Firewall, Confidential, and Confidential systems to analyze, and respond to these incidents within a short deadline.
  • He is required to provide updates, analysis artifacts, mitigation actions, and reports via a SIPR reporting system to the source of the incident.
  • He also provides scanning and vulnerability analysis for the preparation of system accreditation packages, forensic computer investigation support, and travel letter and MOA certification analysis.

Confidential

Systems Engineer / Administrator, Information Assurance Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Systems / IA Engineer at DTOD (Defense Table of Official Distances).
  • Confidential was called in to serve as a stand-in administrator to cover for a staff member that was leaving for annual military training.
  • He was required to learn the complex role within a few business days.
  • He was responsible for maintaining a virtualized server platform (VMware, LINUX, IIS, Windows 2008) that consisted of the Development, Staging, Production, and COOP environments for DTOD. Daily tasks included customer support, system monitoring, system testing, patching, and system maintenance.

Confidential

Systems Engineer / Administrator, Information Assurance Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was the Systems Engineer / Administrator, and Information Assurance Manager supporting the Army Project Director of Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (PD CHESS).
  • Confidential operated a highly complex HP Blade Server platform. He applies his knowledge of HP Blade Servers and Switches, Cisco Firewalls and Switches, Coyote Point Load Balancers, Windows Administration, Security Hardening, Host Based Security System ( Confidential ), and Disaster Recovery Systems on a daily basis. He was also a key resource in the DIACAP certification and move of the CHESS system from a Virginia development site to the Fort Dix production site. He also designed the network failover and redundant server architecture. He is also well versed in troubleshooting complex problems in a time sensitive user-affecting environment.
  • The CHESS platform was a Fault Tolerant, Windows, ATG eCommerce, Oracle 11g, Java, JBoss environment. It consists of Development, Staging, and Production environments. It is load balanced using layer 4 virtual clusters on two active-failover Coyote Point Load Balancers. It authenticates users via the Army Knowledge Online (AKO) portal for Single Sign-On (SSO), LDAP, PKI, CAC system.
  • Confidential assisted the customer with their migration to a Windows, VMware, MS SQL, .NET environment. He was responsible for recommending Hardware, System Architecture, Network Design, Information Assurance DIACAP, and Infrastructure requirements. He was a migration liaison between the Army customer and the Army hosting center in VA.
  • Confidential has extensive experience with storage arrays, and configuring Oracle RAC mapped to ISCSI targets. He has diverse hardware experience with many brands of servers, blade servers, network switches, firewalls, and security appliances. Administration of the CHESS platform is through a Cisco VPN to the hosting site at Fort Dix through two active failover Cisco ASA 5520 appliances.

Systems Engineer / Administrator, Information Assurance Manager

Confidential - Fort Monmouth, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was the Systems Engineer / Administrator, and Information Assurance Manager supporting the Army Project Director of Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (PD CHESS).

Confidential

Owner / President

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential installed networks, telephone systems, audio/video/surveillance systems, access control systems, and business automation systems.
  • He also hosted websites and domains while designing the websites, e-commerce systems, graphics, technical photography, print advertising artwork, logos, and media presentations. His work has been published in numerous national and international magazines and trade press.

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Installation of network, telephony, intercom, PA, video surveillance, and access control systems in three corporate offices:

Confidential, NJ - Boston, MA - Somerset, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Installation and administration of the network, inter-office VPN, telephony, and audio systems in three

Confidential, Middletown, and Union, NJ

Senior Consultant: Systems Engineer / Administrator

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was the Systems Engineer / Administrator supporting the Army Project Director of Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (PD CHESS).

Consultant: Lab Manager / Senior Systems Administrator

Confidential - Middletown, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was responsible for the implementation and administration of two lab operations centers housing advanced telephony, call center, and remote worker platform prototypes.
  • He was required to build and maintain these platform prototypes from a diverse mix of systems including Windows NT, Windows 2000, Solaris, Linux, and SCO Open Server.
  • These systems were attached to a cluster of Avaya Definity G3si telephony switches that he also administered. On many occasions, Confidential was called upon to demonstrate these systems to customers of AT&T in a formal setting.
  • These systems served over 400 trial users including many of the upper management of AT&T. Confidential was also required to provision and maintain T1/PRI circuits, environmental systems, and power.

Lab Manager / Senior Systems Administrator

Confidential - Florham Park, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was responsible for the implementation and administration of over 75 systems and appliances in an 1800 sq. ft. laboratory operations center.
  • He supported many different projects, on varying platforms and environments: VoiceTone, Voice Post Query (VPQ), MultiModal Voice Post Query (mVPQ), DARPA Communicator, Innovation Forum Registrar, CobotDS, and other projects.
  • These systems functioned on Dialogic CT-Media Voice Server hardware and software which Confidential received training for.
  • He was required to build and maintain these platform prototypes from a diverse mix of systems including Windows NT, Windows 2000, Solaris, Linux, and SCO Open Server.
  • Confidential was required to master many new technologies in a short period of time.

Lab Manager / Senior Systems Administrator

Confidential - Middletown, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was specially requested to be pulled from another project to assist in the challenging move and construction of the Middletown Visitor’s Center.
  • It was the first time a contractor was specially requested by name and reputation and pulled from a current engagement to assist in another project.
  • He, later, resumed the project with Broadband Wireless Research below.
  • Confidential assisted in the development of the Visitor’s center’s infrastructure including all of the servers, demo consoles, audio/video equipment, switchers, projection systems, Cinelec Video Wall, video conference systems, and more.
  • He was required to perform well under pressure and produce unique solutions in incredibly short time periods.
  • Due to previous experience as an administrator for the systems being demonstrated, he would be called as a subject matter expert to present and demonstrate these systems to customers in a professional setting. Confidential also assisted in the design of the website for the Visitor’s Center, trained personnel, and wrote the best practices / methods and procedures manuals for operating the equipment in the Visitor’s Center.

Lab Manager / Senior Systems Administrator

Confidential - Red Bank, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was responsible for the administration of the Windows NT based service development platform.
  • He designed various websites for the department including: departmental, project internal, project public, SNMP monitoring and control system, documentation library, load testing, and other assorted websites.
  • He designed a SNMP web enabled network management platform using CyberManage and Java to remotely monitor and control the systems in the trial, located in a radio tower shed 15 miles away at Navesink Point. Confidential was lead designer for a new department laboratory located in the Middletown facility (construction completed in January 2001) and was called upon by other sections of the department for input and assistance with their design.
  • He was co-author of an IEEE technical paper on the Broadband Fixed Wireless Trial for AT&T. He developed numerous methods and procedures manuals and documentation as well as providing technical support for all of the trial user community consisting of AT&T management.

Lab Manager / Senior Systems Administrator

Confidential - Holmdel, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Confidential was responsible for all IT infrastructure, data, T1, servers, and workstations.
  • Later, he was found to be a good problem solver and system designer and designed many rapid prototypes or mock-ups of future AT&T services and technologies.
  • These prototypes were designed to be demo ready within extremely short deadlines as proof of concept platforms.
  • Confidential was the designer and administrator of these projects.
  • Some of them became live services and are still in use.
  • He also designed and maintained numerous department websites including developing a number of system monitoring tools.

Confidential

  • Administrator of the systems that became the world’s first internet banks: Confidential (internet only) and Mellon Bank (Internet & Real).
  • Assisted in the planning, move, and customer turnover of the systems in Middletown, VA.
  • Performance Award for contributions to Internet Banking
  • Special Recognition Award for contributions to the Internet Banking Project

Confidential

  • Co-designer of an automated data quality, postal geo-coding, house holding (de-duplication), and reporting system.
  • The system was designed using a combination of Harte Hanks Trillium and custom processes and code.
  • Performance Award - for leadership and innovation on the Data Quality Project.

Confidential- Florham Park, NJ

Responsibilities:

  • Supported over 3600 computers served by 36 Novell servers, 52 Lotus Notes servers, and 3 AS/400 systems
  • Lead for the planning, process design, and roll-out of all executive notebook computers in the New York Metro area and portions of the Northeast.
  • Lead for the planning, process design, and execution of software upgrades for the executive notebooks and desktops.
  • Designer of a data warehousing, restoration, and quality control system for the software upgrade process
  • Designer of an asset management system using Lotus Notes
  • Provided complete helpdesk and user technical services for portable technology, desktop, LAN, E-mail, Novell NetWare, and Client Server issues
  • Senior technical lead for the New York Metro technology organization. Point person for all high-end technical issues.
  • Technical training instructor for executive notebook deployment security and orientation classes.
  • Developed disaster recovery strategies and best practices.
  • Developed a global workstation standard configuration system.

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