• Designing information security initiatives with solutions that are simple, practical and scalable—is my experience.
• Collating and analyzing disparate data to support a cybercrime investigation—is my passion.
• Leveraging the three diverse experiences from T-Mobile Corporate Information Security, the Drug Enforcement Agency and the U.S. Army—is my commitment.
• Broad knowledge and experience: My experience with T-Mobile, the DEA and the U.S. Army has afforded me a depth and breadth of knowledge about information security, cybersecurity, intelligence, and law enforcement investigations. I have a personal passion about the value i2 Analyst Notebook brings to corporate investigations. I am unrelenting in my efforts to protect, defend and respond to cyber attacks that threaten information systems, employees, customers, visitors, vendors and contractors.
• An adaptable professional: A constant theme of my career has been an ability to adapt to new technologies, changing work environments and evolving needs of the organizational mission. Maintaining my German language proficiencies has been an asset and I have enjoyed working with Deutsche Telekom (DT) colleagues. My desire is also evidenced by my enrollment in Seattle University’s graduate program in Criminal Justice (Cybersecurity is my thesis area of study).
• Recognized thought leader: Every business entity must be vigilant in the regulatory and compliance space, as well as protect personally identifiable information and payment card industry data. An up-to-date education, training, and awareness program is a critical component. I am very proud of being appointed as the U.S. curriculum development representative for the DT Counterespionage International Roadshow.
I am available immediately and I have two personal projects to offer - my presentation at SecureWorld Expo (November 2011) and a whitepaper I wrote about the mobile wallet and the need for seamless security.