I started working in the IT field a long time ago helping a friend with his side business fixing personal and small business computers. I’ve learned a lot since then - trouble is, the more you know, the more there is to learn, and the list of projects grows exponentially. Bad golfer, better beer drinker, you’ll find me Googling answers to questions no one has thought to ask.
- CISSP - Certified Information Security Systems Profressional
- GCFE - GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner
- CRISC - Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control
Experience and Tools:
|OS||Total Years Experience|
|RHEL 6 and 7||2|
|Ubuntu Desktop 14||2|
|Ubuntu Desktop 16||1|
|Ubuntu Server 16||1|
|Tools and skills||Total Years Experience|
|Wireshark and Bro||2|
Areas of Experience
- Incident Response
- Risk Assessment
- Network Security
- Malware Analysis
- Phishing and Social Engineering
- Automation and Scripting
- Systems Management and Adminstration
- Threat Intelligence
Intercontinental Exchange | June 2015 to Present
Automation Program Lead, incident responder. Scripting in Python, Powershell, bash. Intrusion detection, threat hunting, malware analysis.
SunTrust Bank | February 2015 to June 2015
Security Risk Analyst
Vendor risk assessment and review. Control testing and audit. Management presentation and conclusion for findings.
SunTrust Bank | July 2013 to February 2015
IT Risk Analyst
Internal control and risk assessments. Quarterly reporting to management for technology risk including 3rd party and vendors. Metrics tracking and maturity assessments.
Elavon (Division of US Bank) | December 2012 to June 2013
Data Security Consultant
Control testing and evaluation. Risk assessment.
There’s a lot more but I don’t think it’s very relevant and probably not why you’re here.