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Security Analysis / Network Engineer Resume

Mesa, AZ

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

  • Experience configuring the following network devices:
  • Cisco Routers: 1600 series, 1700 series, 2500 series, 2600 series, 2800 series, 3600 series
  • Cisco Switches: 2900 series, 3700 (i.e. 3750) series,
  • Meraki Appliances
  • Shunra Virtual Enterprise Appliance and Modeler Software
  • Checkpoint Firewalls
  • Experience configuring and maintaining networks using the following
  • OSPF v3 Cisco IOS,
  • Cisco Catalysis IOS
  • Experience using network monitoring tools including:
  • CA Spectrum One Click
  • Wireshark
  • ICMP Request and Reply
  • Experience designing, implementing, and maintaining the following:
  • Ether - channels with LACP or / and PAgP
  • Inter-VLAN routing
  • Implemented SNMP configuration on host and network devices
  • Generated Routing and Switch configurations for disaster recovery / troubleshooting purposes
  • Created IP Plans, with DNS names, VLAN IDs,
  • Created Network Block diagrams of WANs and LANs
  • Quality of Service
  • Firewall Rules, ACLs
  • Made Ethernet cables
  • Configured Access ports, Trunked ports, Serial Point to Point connections
  • IP Multicast Routing

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Confidential, Mesa, AZ

Security Analysis / Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Performed Internal and External Vulnerability Scans using OpenVAS and Rapid 7 Nexpose
  • Evaluated following Security Software Reporting / Dashboard Tools for NIST Special Publication 800-53 / NIST 800-171 compliance
  • DarkTrace
  • NMAP
  • OpenVAS
  • Tenable SC
  • Rapid 7 Nexpose
  • Netwrix Auditor
  • SolarWinds (Various Modules)
  • DUO Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
  • Archive Firewall and Windows System Syslog using SolarWinds Kiwi Syslog Server
  • Documented Strategy for NIST Special Publication 800-53 Rev. 5 Draft compliance
  • Created IT / IT Security Polices including IT Document Management, Network Infrastructure Standards, E-mail Policy,
  • Daily Audit of Checkpoint Firewall logs
  • Resolve General IT trouble tickets, i.e. imaging Laptops/PC, troubleshoot SW application issues, verifying Direct Access
  • Created / Display IT dashboards for Meraki Switches, Symantec Endpoint Solutions, Checkpoint Smart Event
  • Deployed Sophos Anti-Virus to clients at all US locations
  • Blacklisting Email Domains on the Check Point Firewall, Cisco Email Appliance (formally known as Ironport)
  • Evaluated Infrastructure for Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Compliance
  • Deployed Simulated Phishing Attacks and Computer based Phishing Training
  • Performed Vulnerability Scans with Rapid 7, Nessus Tenable, OpenVAS

Confidential, Phoenix, AZ

Systems / New Product Introduction (NPI) Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Script Automatic Testing for First Article Servers (Windows / Linux)
  • Writing Build Plans for Multiple First Articles
  • Assembled Hardware, i.e. Servers, SATA Hard drives, CPUs, RAM, Heat Sinks, Video Cards
  • Perform Manual / Automated, Burn-in Testing for NPI
  • Configured RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10, Just a Bunch of Drives (JBODs)

Confidential, Chandler, AZ

Systems and Network Support Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Increased productivity by adding Layer 7 filtering to Cisco Meraki security appliance MX90 in order to block unnecessary inbound traffic
  • Increased productivity by ordering and installing six additional agent workstations to the Windows domain in call center expansion.
  • Improved system performance by creating Call Center Call Flow Diagrams for Inbound Campaigns, Outbound Campaigns, and Customer Service Calls
  • Managed and updated Social Media Advertising Campaigns
  • Created and updated PostgreSQL databases for data archiving and reporting
  • Managed and mentored Junior IT Engineer

Confidential, Scottsdale, Arizona

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Test System Level Functionality and Systems Requirements of the Rescue 21 system
  • Use Shunra Network Appliance to emulate network traffic environment in the field Rescue 21 System
  • Verify Software Problem Change Requests (PCRs) in the Rescue 21 SI&T and Software Integration and Test (SWIT) Labs.

Confidential

Systems / Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Supported Rescue 21 Network in order to maintain Five 9 Network availability
  • Performed Component Replacement Studies (CRS) or Trade Studies for the “End of Life” COTS components i.e. Data Server (IBM), UPS, Cisco Switches
  • Provided SSH vendor solutions for various COTS devices
  • Disabled Finger Service on COTS devices
  • Updated the LAN passwords in Systems Integration and Test with the new Enhanced passwords for FY09
  • LAN switch Altered Item Drawing to include procedure for the FY09 Enhanced Password effort
  • Created Engineering Documentation for various vendor Server Remote Management i.e. IBM IMM, HP iLO
  • Create / Modify Regional Specific IP Address Plans, i.e. added and removed devices to plan, changed subnets, updated DNS names, Updates IP Address descriptions, Added VLANs
  • Create LAN switch configurations for Rescue 21 LAN Switches
  • Create configuration files for Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) equipment, i.e. Confidential ’s Wireless Network Gateway (WNG), Confidential ’s Radio Network Controller (RNC), Vanguard’s V.24 Gateway and
  • Moxa 2510 Asynchronous Gateway
  • Create Alter Item Drawing for various Rescue 21 hardware devices
  • Resolve Problem Change Request for Fielded and Lab equipment configurations and Rescue 21 document corrections or updates
  • Submit Master Change Orders (MCO) for documentation and configuration changes
  • Completed Engineering Change Requests (ECRs) assuming the role as Technical Lead
  • Created Network Diagrams for Rescue 21 Lab Network Topologies
  • Assisted Rescue 21 Planning Team with Systems Network design direction i.e. provided router module part numbers, give direction on type of router module or connector type to use, give direction for use of copper or fiber cabling
  • Use Shunra Network Appliance to emulate network traffic environment in the field Rescue 21 System
  • Assisted CSO and Security Personnel by documenting Rescue 21 Active Directory Migration

Confidential

Systems / Hardware Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Generated Rescue 21 Group Communication Center (GCC) and Group Communication Center Recovery Package (GCCRP) Documentation Package which includes System Interconnect Diagrams, Bills of Material (BOMs), Cable Marking List, Equipment Rack Elevations, and Power Requirement Spreadsheets
  • Supported the Production and Manufacturing in the System Hardware build
  • Assisted Mechanical Drafting in the creation of Rescue 21 Documentation Packages
  • Integrated audio hardware in Software Integration and Test Lab
  • Contributed to the design of Disaster Recovery Plan and Rescue 21 Training labs
  • Performed coverage testing in boats of the shores of Atlantic City, NJ, Cape May, NJ, and Delaware Bay, DE.
  • Verify that Voice RF communication coverage meet 20 nautical mile requirement

Confidential

Electrical Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Jet Propulsion Laboratories’ (JPL)/NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
  • Implemented design changes to Digital Processor Module (DPM) of Messenger transponder
  • Created and updated Worst Case analyses for SDST using Mathcad
  • Coordinated the assembly and testing and Special Test Equipment (STE) and Test Racks used in SDST testing
  • Tested, aligned, and made design changes to the Power Amplifier, Receiver, RF Converter, and
  • DC/DC Power Converters, FSK Modulator and FSK Demodulator modules (separately and stacked) of an engineering model of the Space Ground Link Subsystem (SGLS) UHF, S - Band (downlink) transponder for the U.S. Air Force Satellite Control Network
  • Modeled a X-Band Solid State Power Amplifier (SSPA) using Agilent ADS 2002
  • Tested 351 Ferrite Core Inductors and Transformer using Wayne Kerr Precision Magnetics Analyzer over the temperature range of - 25 C to - 55 C
  • Assisted in the assembly and calibration of a Focus Microwave load pull system
  • Tested and aligned flight modules for gain and phase tracking, two tone IP3, S-parameter data, etc.
  • Experienced in testing with such equipment as microwave frequency counter, power meter, spectrum analyzer,
  • Agilent Infinium Oscilloscope, function generator, signal generator, network analyzer

Confidential, Hanover, Maryland

Systems Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Summer Intern, Created a Radio Service Software (RSS) Lab, Created Coverage reliability maps
  • Performed computer based RF propagation analysis, Assisted in planning and conduct of radio coverage testing
  • Gave a PowerPoint presentation with other Confidential summer interns in the presence of management in Atlanta, Georgia and on a separate occasion at the Hanover facility

Confidential, Baltimore, Maryland

Summer Internship

Responsibilities:

  • Updated a PSS/E model of Baltimore City's Downtown electrical distribution system known as the " AC Network ",
  • Collected the transformer ratings for all the of the BGE sub-stations

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