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JASON C.

REESE
1347 Pepper Villa Drive El Cajon, CA 92021 (619) 490-3865 reesejc@gmail.com
Information Assurance Systems Engineer ~ Security Engineer ~ System Administrator
More than seven years of information technology and systems engineering experience. Proven ability to plan and
execute information assurance engineering throughout a systems lifecycle. Experienced leading IA efforts with
frequent customer contact on numerous projects. Familiar with network architecture, security, analysis, and
integration. Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously under little or no supervision. Accomplished
certification and accreditation (C&A) under various Department of Defense and national guidance; DIACAP, NIST,
FIPS, DON PIT Policy, and AF PIT Policy. Able to assess and mitigate system security threats and risks. Proven
ability to determine project needs, create and verify system level requirements.

TECHNICAL STRENGTHS
Platform Hardening:
Networking:
Applications:
Tools:
Hardware:

Windows 98/NT/2000/XP, Linux (Red Hat, SuSE), Solaris (UNIX)


LAN/WAN, Ethernet (10/100/1000), TCP/IP, UDP, IPSEC, IPV4, ISAKMP, SNMP,
PKI, GRE, SSH, Kerberos, VPN, RDP, FTP, PSTN, ROIP, ANW2, ESP, NTP, IKE,
NAT, ICMP, Cryptography, IDS, IPS, Firewalls
MS Office, Access, Visio, Excel, McAfee AV, Symantec Endpoint, HBSS, PRTG, Clear
Case, Clear Quest
SCAP, RETINA, DISA Gold Disk, Nessus, BASH, ACAS, Firewalls, Audit Reduction,
TPM, BitLocker, Norton Utilities, Air Force SDC, Shell Scripting, CloneZilla, Acronis,
Snap Deploy, Norton Ghost, Vulenator
Servers, Workstations, Routers, Switches, Hubs, Cabling, BES, BCMW, TLC

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Northrop Grumman Corporation, San Diego, CA
March 2012 Present
D-ILS IA LEAD/TRITON SEIT IA TECHNICAL LEAD/MLST3 IA LEAD/
TRITON NTCS/ICS IA TECHNICAL LEAD, SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Implemented guidance of the DoD DIACAP and AF Information Assurance (IA) Policy for Platform IT (PIT).
Addressed evolving security engineering and C&A needs; coordinated the D-ILS IA Working Group (IAWG).
As a member of Systems Engineering Integration and Test (SEIT) IA team, assisted in IA engineering
responsibilities.
Represented the contractor for IA and C&A disciplines during program Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and
Critical Design Review (CDR). Responsibilities included: IA requirements, IA architectural designs, IA
posture, and C&A responsibilities.
Managed contractor IA Verification and C&A efforts to support the Program Office C&A responsibilities.
Developed IA artifacts; System Security Plan (SSP), Requirement Traceability Matric (RTM), DIACAP
Implementation Plan (DIP), Ports Protocols and Services (PPS), Security Implementation Plan (SIP), and Plan
of Action and Milestones (POA&M).
Lead analysis of IA and C&A requirements derived from system requirements and DoD IA requirements of
DoD 8500.1/DODI 8500.2; resulting in system approval, by the DAA, to connect.
Perform as IA Systems Engineering Lead; provided program management briefing, status reporting,
identification of artifacts, risk management, and personnel direction and tasking.
Solved numerous networking issues in a timely manner, reducing risk for program slip.
Northrop Grumman Corporation, San Diego, CA
August 2011 March 2012
INTERNSHIP, INFORMATION ASSURANCE
Assumed role as IA lead; duties included providing management with briefing, status reporting, identification of
artifacts, and risk assessment.
Developed Program IA artifacts; SSP, RTM, DIP, PPS, SIP, POA&M.
Specialized in windows hardening per DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIG).
Created new process for system hardening to improve efficiency and reduce cost.
Conducted numerous Information Assurance Working Groups (IAWGs) without supervision.
Created, built to and verified requirements during system integration and test.

SD MOBILE SOLUTIONS, San Diego, CA


2006-2009
SYSTEM ANALYST/SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR
Consulted with client companies to provide Web-based and network solutions along with strategic planning and
project leadership over systems migration, configuration, administration, upgrades and troubleshooting
initiatives.
Researched, recommended and implemented network enhancements that improved system reliability and
performance.
Resolved a history of problematic network failure by troubleshooting LAN/WAN connections between
multiple sites.
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, San Diego, CA
2000-2005
INTELLIGENCE ANALYST/SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR
Regimental Trainer for Solaris (UNIX) and C2PC; responsible for training all personnel with need-to-know.
Deployed DoD systems during operations; including EPLRS, IOW, and IOS.
Collected, recorded, analyzed and disseminated tactical, political, strategic, or technical intelligence information
to facilitate development of military or political strategies.
Prepared all-source intelligence products to support the combat commander in a timely manner.

EDUCATION
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY
STUDENT, COMPUTER SCIENCE
Projected graduation date, October 2014
GROSSMONT COLLEGE
STUDENT, COMPUTER SCIENCE
Completed General Education

June 2013-Present

June 2009-June 2013

SECURITY CLEARANCE

SECRET

REFERENCES
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