Objective

To work cohesively within an IT or Digital Forensics department

To secure employment to perform and develop my skills in information technology  and digital forensics

Training

US Army Information Assurance Training Center

    Fort Gordon, GA                                                                                                          Mar 2009

    Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

Defense Acquisition University

    Fort Belvoir, VA                                                                                             Jan 2006 - Nov 2009

Basic Software Acquisition Management

     Fundamentals of Systems Planning

Fundamentals of Earned Value Management

Performance Based Logistics

Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Business Financial Management

Mission Support Planning

Mission Strategy Planning

Mission Performance Assessment

Systems Sustainment Management

Achievement

Assisted in redesigning the power supply for the Small Area Filtration Equipment (SAFE) Kit at QuickSilver Analytics

Saved the company $300 per unit by constructing power supply in house

The company received a patent for the SAFE kit based on the redesign of the power supply

Skills

Skills

Proficiencies

Platforms:  Windows Vista/7, MS Exchange Server, MS Active Directory   Networking/Security: LAN/WAN Administration, VPN, TCP/IP, Ethernet, Internet/Intranet Operations, Disaster Recovery Planning, Mobile Armor, TPMs, Bitlocker, Printers, Switches, Routers, VLANs.   Software: Remedy, Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA),  Symantec Endpoint Protection/Firewall, Symantec Ghost, McAfee/Norton Virus Protection Utilities, MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook) MS Project, MS Visio, Adobe Acrobat, All Web browsers, Sharepoint.   Equipment: Motherboards, CPUs, memory, CD/DVD-Rom/Writers, Cases, Keyboards, Mouse, CRT/LCD Monitors, Printers (Laser/Inkjet/All-in-One/Copiers) Scanners, Kiosk, Bar Code Readers   Regulations: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), DoD 8570.1,     

Education

Education

Work History

Work History
Aug 2010 - Present

Operations/IT Supervisor

US Army

(Senior administrator) responsible for: technical, analytical, advisory, liaison, and coordinating duties for the company manager

Plan and establish priorities: assign, distribute, and review work of subordinates, sections, and personnel. Recommend changes and resolutions to problems in administrative policies and procedures. Perform record management duties: establish, maintain, consolidate, and purge personnel and individual records in accordance with regulatory requirements and policies. Research, analyze, and submit documentation to resolve pay problems and inquiries. Supervise and maintain automation equipment: Manage 10 individual offices in multiple location ensuring users and equipment meet DoD and Federal policies and regulation for operations, security and privacy

Mar 2010 - Apr 2011

System Administrator

Winn Army Hospital, Information Management Division

Collaborated with the logistics division to reuse and recycle equipment saving the division more than $100,000

Demonstrated unparalleled ability to multitask and achieve outstanding results as a Computer Systems Administrator Maintained operations of various multi and single user computer systems, network and Blackberry's to ensure operation was maintained above 98% Performed computer troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, computer imaging and network maintenance keeping repair turn around time to two days maximum Demonstrated excellent work habits and attention to detail that contributed a 26% rise in completed work request monthly.

Nov 2009 - Jan 2010

Instructor/Intern

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

Trained over 40 criminal investigators who may be a first responder where computer based evidence may be recovered Assisted in training over 30 individuals on how to seize digital evidence from an array of electronic devices, storage media and instructing them on how to acquire forensically valid images Assisted in training and testing 20 individuals in forensic techniques for analysis of electronic data from desktop computer systems and selected peripherals by using state-of-the-art hardware and software

Jan 2007 - Oct 2009

System Administrator II

Network Enterprise Center

Installed and configured desktop utilities, applications, programs, peripheral devices and computer components and communications connectivity. Managed and coordinated the installation of computer systems for use in a Microsoft Domain environment for over 15,000 users, increasing network speed and completed the annual life-cycle replacement two months ahead of schedule Loaded and configured over 150 laptops in three months to meet the strict requirement for mobile computers including data-at-rest and DoD 8570.1 regulations Trained five help-desk personnel in accordance with DoD, Army and installation requirements to maintain the help desk support center to support over 15,000 users and reduced to call time by 50% Educated over 300 security personnel on correct security policies and procedures as outlined by DoD, Army and Fort Stewart allowing them to function as first responders to security concerns reducing initial calls to the help desk by 30% Maintained automation equipment valued over $300,000 with no loss or damage of equipment over two years during two life-cycle replacements and a major network upgrade

Certifications

Certifications

CISSP

ISC2

Security +

Comptia

Digital Forensics

Access Data

Top Secret/SCI

Department of Defense