I profoundly dislike about pages. You either write too much and seem to be stuck on yourself, or you write too little and can be mistaken for a robot. I'm neither, so, there's that.
I've spent the better part of the last decade working as a Compliance / Security Engineer for a few different companies. Compsec has allowed me to implement a number of fascinating technologies in innovative ways to solve security problems.
The majority of my technical experience revolved around enterprise-level implementations of various technologies. You don't have one RSA server, you have a multi-tennant cluster. You don't have one Snort IDS, you have 35 separate instances spanning 4 continents. You don't have one Spunk server, you have 6 indexers, two search heads with high-availability failover configuration.
It's a lot more difficult, but it's a whole lot of fun trying to apply technologies in strange new ways to meet company demands. Some people find entertainment in solving difficult problems with impossible deadlines and meager resources. I happen to be one of those people.
- Windows Server (All)
- Linux Server (All)
- RSA SecureID
- Snort IDS
- Imperva WAF
- SQL (MSSQL and MySQL)
- Designed and wrote enterprise-level change control process for one company
- Assisted with and wrote most of the company policies for two separate companies
- Designed and implemented internal auditing procedures for PCI and HIPAA compliance
- Wrote operational training manuals for two companies
I'm available at tgiles at echoforest dot org
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