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Certified Information Systems Security Officer

Pooler, Georgia, United States
August 15, 2018

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Christopher Caleb Wilson

**** ****** ****, ******** *******, 31407

Cell: 912-***-**** Email: Education:

Armstrong State University

- Bachelors in Information Technology (2017)

- Focus in Cyber Security

- Certified Instructor


Certified Professional Ethical Hacker Certified Penetration Testing Consultant Certified Digital Forensics Examiner Certified Incident Handling Engineer Certified Information Systems Security Officer Certified Information Systems Security Manager Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer Certified Virtualization Engineer Programming Languages/Software Skills:

Java and Javascript Expression Engine Metasploit

C# GNS3 Cloud Services/Servers

SQL Kali OS Penetration Testing

Burp Suite MS Office Programs Incident Handling/Disaster Recovery Powershell WireShark Cellebrite

Cryptography FTK/Encase IDS/IPS

Work Experience:

Lead Instructor for Savannah State University GenCyber Grant

(February - July 2018)

- Assist in the creation of the cirriculum

- Creating several Raspberry Pi activies

- Taught students the importance of basic cyber security principles and how to implement them

- Set up and maintain all software and hardware used

- Teaching students how to use current cyber tools

-Kali Linux, virtualized server penetration, password cracking tools, FTK, Wireshark Sole Proprietor of Technical Consultation Business

( July 2017 to Present Day )

- Building personal computers tailored to individuals needs

- Digital Forensics/Data Recovery on Hard Drives, SD Cards

- Working contracts for large projects/websites

- Teaching varying levels of cyber security training to individuals/companies

- Finding creative solutions to new problems

Certification Instructor

( Obtained Certification January 2017)

- Taught CISSO and Incident Handling to Scheidt Enterprises, LLC o Ensured the client fully understood the subject matter Senior Technician College of Science and Technology (CST) and Center for Applied Cyber Education (CACE)

(January 2016 – July 2017)

- Managed and secured CACE and CST website

- Assisted CACE professors in research and developing labs

- Recommending and implementing new systems and protocols

- Instructed all students on cyber security practifces and procedures Instructor for Cyber Patriot camps

(June and July 2017)

- Guided students through Cyber Patriot programs and labs o Snort and Burpe Suite

- Instructed students on standard securing protocols and penetration programs

- Designed unique labs to assist with student learning

- Taught students how a cyber game of capture the flag works Senior Project Presentation at Bold Quest 16

(April 2016)

- Bold Quest 16 is an international event held twice yearly by the Joint Staff at the Department of Defense and Foreign Cyber Professionals of Foreign Militaries

- Presented a method for Criminal Cyber Cells to extract information from low level government buildings and personnel

o Was awarded J-6 Cyber Challenge coin for presentation Journalist for Armstrong Magazine

(January 2015 – May 2017)

- Wrote articles about current events and a variety of topics

- Worked as liaison between the students and the administration of the CST and CACE Center for Applied Cyber Education Internship

(Summer of 2016)

- Designed and created a Penetration Lab

o 24 work stations with Kali Linux and a single server

- Formatting labs on campus

- Creating or editing images

- Worked to establish a larger footprint for CACE

- Increased student involvement with the school's Cyber Programs Lead IT Lab Technician for ASU

(January 2014 – December 2015)

- Maintained the order and functionality of the computer labs.

- Managed projects from senior staff, instructed students under my lead

- Reimaged computers in the computer lab

- Provided technological assistance to students in the computer lab US Georgia National Guard (Field Artillery Automated Tactical Data System Specialist 13D)

(March 2010 – September 2013)

- Scheduled movements between different units in the armed forces.

- Learned Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) and its components

- Able to efficiently work well in a group to accomplish assigned tasks References:

Dr. Brent Feske

Associate Dean of ASU’s College of Science and Technology, 912-***-**** Lieutenant Colonel Scott C. Scheidt

Director for the Center for Applied Cyber Education, 912-***-**** Dr. Marvin G. Fuller

Educator, Oglethorpe Charter School, 912-***-****

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