Network Security Specialist
2505 Kimberly Street
Silver Spring, Maryland 20902
Technologies, Languages, and Operating Environments
|XML, XSLT, Perl, PHP, C, shell, HTML, Java, Pascal, Lisp, assembler (various), RPC, UNIX (IRIX, Solaris, Tru64, AIX), Linux, *BSD, X Windows, Windows 9x, Windows NT, MacOS, OS-9.|
Fifteen years in software engineering, and ten years in systems administration, covering a number of specialized fields, with focus on system and network security. Some skills:
|University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland: B.S. Computer Science with minor in Linguistics, August, 1992.|
|UNIX internals, theory of computation, mathematics, astronomy, electrical engineering, music, film, etymology, classics, et al.|
|Senior Systems Engineer||March, 1998 - present|
|National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Security, network, and system technical support for a large community of administrators, scientists, and engineers. Analysis and guidance on host, network, and infrastructure security at all levels of organization. Attack and compromise response, forensic procedures, and analysis of attack signatures. Development and presentation of security training programs for network and systems administrators.
|Senior Software Engineer||December, 1992 - January, 1998|
|pmpro, inc., Washington, D.C.
Systems and network administration of a multi-homed Internet site and a heterogeneous network of about thirty nodes. Design and implementation of network utilities for monitoring of remote systems, DNS-based database services, email routing and administration, et al. Coding of a library and suite of tools for converting multimedia graphics among various formats, with tools for automated analysis of image data for application control flow. Design of database and code generation systems for authoring of complex multimedia applications. Coding of library and application software for realtime video playback and interactive control of Compact Disc - Interactive (CD-i) set-top box, used in several award-winning titles. Development of control systems for hotel video advertising system with direct telephone connection from advertiser to hotel room under software control.
|Software engineer||May, 1992 - November, 1992|
|Compact Disc Incorporated, Silver Spring, Md.
Design and implementation of Compact Disc - Interactive (CD-i) software.
|Photographic printer||May, 1991 - April, 1992|
|Breger and Associates, Incorporated, Kensington, Md.
Printing and photography of fine arts.
|Research programmer||December, 1990 - May, 1991|
|Trellis project, Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park, Md.
Implementation of a graph-based hypertext model.
|Independent study||September, 1988 - May, 1989|
|Fulcrum project, Professor P. David Stotts, Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park, Md.
Design and implementation of an interactive visual debugger for yacc-based parsers.