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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:43 pm    Post subject: Information Security & Intelligence Graduate with Bachel Reply with quote

Hello,

I will be graduating in May 2012 from Ferris State University with a Bachelors degree in Information Security & Intelligence. My major is in Digital Forensics and Network Security with a minors in cyber security and digital photography.

I have 3 years experience working in the security field managing secure communications for the government where I held a Top Secret/SCI clearance with full poly (was read out on Sept 2009 - clearance is inactive). While working there I maintained and secured classified communication systems both domestically and foreign.

I am looking to move into the field of Network Security and Digital Forensics; whether that be a Network Security Engineer or a digital forensics entry level position. I am looking at advancing my degree from digital forensics to full forensics as a goal.

I am interested in a government position or private sector position. I am also fully open to relocation to any location (States or Foreign) as I have worked both. I would still consider me new to the field but I am quick to adjust to any position and live by the statement "150% no matter what". If given the chance I would like to support the mission that your organization or Agency has.

For more information or additional documents please contact me at:

Steven Apsey
(989) 370-0657
Email: ApseyS(AT)Ferris(dot)Edu Replace (at) for the at sign and (dot) with .

Also provided is a web link to my Linkin for information.


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