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Certified: CPP, CHS4, CMAS, CDP-I, CISM CHPP, DoD 8570.1
Holistic Information Technology & Military Operations “ISSO/VP IT/CTO”
Military, Cyber, Counter Terrorism, State of California/Nevada, Maritime, Intelligence
Answering the call of war fighter mission in Military/Government— serving as "the missing link" where the executive must simultaneously steer operations, workforce, and National Security posture.”
Intellectual and progressive DEFENSE CONTRACTOR within executive roles of responsibilities and framework as
Information System Security Officer/Chief Technology Officer (ZP Band 4/GS. 14/15 Equiv. (2011-2016)), ISSO/VP. (GS.14/15 Equiv. (2007-2011)) (OIC) Officer In Charge/IAM/ (ATO) Anti-Terrorism Officer (GS. 13/14 Equiv. (2005-2011)). Reputation for transcending/dismantling department silos realizing seamless people, process, operations and integration in: Military, Maritime, Government, Intel/S2, Anti-Terrorism Officer/CTO/Force Protection/ (High-risk) Protective Detail Services. (2007-2010) Volunteer
Operations and IT Strategy | Tactical | Business Process & Technology Systems Development | G8 | Anti-Terrorism
Homeland Security | Facility Infrastructure Design/Operations | Cyber/RMF/IA | Force Protection | Leadership | SIPR | Project Lifecycle Management | War Fighter | State of CA| Maritime Security | S2/Intelligence | C4i | G4 | Procurement | State of Nevada | Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) | Battle Space | Acquisition | Emergency Management | Budget
CERTIFIED PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (Project+) | DoDi 8570.1M
Visionary, sought-after leader who captains operational areas beyond traditional technology positions. Unique blend of executive competencies which guarantee strategic IT planning in alignment with operational requirements and feasibility for greater efficiency and economic sense. Senior management role leads development, planning and implementation of enterprise information systems to achieve the most effective, cost beneficial, innovative and secure DoD and Government enterprise wide security solutions. Leads integration of all systems onto relevant secure platforms and services. Direct and fair leader who mobilizes and empowers staff with the courage to develop and achieve individual goals in alignment with organizational mission, vision, and values—challenging the "we have always done it this way" mentality.
VICE PRESIDENT IT/INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY OFFICER/EXE CUT IVE LEADERS HIP
"Jason can look at government operations from the fifty-thousand foot level and always keep it in context with the government mission in mind, objective in sight and resources available." ~M.K Marion Dive Operations-
 NOAA Information System Security Officer for $434 million federal Integrated Secure Enterprise System—partnered with the Senate of Appropriations’, Federal Executive Leadership and NOAA/ORR in the design and delivery of Accreditation Package (SSP, BII, PTA, NIST, FIPS 800-53) an innovative security technology strategic plan, NOAA 6701, NOAA 6703 authority (ATO) to operate new environment
— Strengthened Gulf Of Mexico/Region IV Emergency Management position through automating first federal presence for Gulf of Mexico (GOM) emergency management capabilities, allowing organization to pursue bond and other initiatives previously inaccessible due to poor strategic location. Increased quarterly average cash flow by $1.4M within sixteen months.
 Department of Defense (USMC, US NAVY). Part of (JTF-NO) Joint Task Force Commanding Officers/NATO, Deputy XO Commander or GS. 15/Executive MCB West Leadership with dotted-line, matrixed relationship to all Senior Executive Command Staff funneling down directives to lower management and staff that reported to me (Military, Uniformed Officers, Civilians, Contractors) with budgets excess of $183.4M
— Appointed (OIC)/Officer In Charge/(IAM-CYBER) Information Assurance Manager of diverse staff
within Intel/Fusion, Anti-Terrorism Special Forces Unit, Tactical Operators/S6 and
Technology division by developing shared-services model; leading: Support, Design, Operational Capability planning process for the proposed stand-up of Joint Forces Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ DODIN). Cyber monitoring and security support with SIEM (Security incident Event Monitoring) Technology – Qradar, HP, Mcafee, splunk. Utilizing and managing log monitoring solutions and Network/ Security Monitoring tools. Experience with Intrusion Detection / Intrusion prevention tools, Mcafee, SpiceWorks, Symantec, Tipping point and Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration testing – Nessus, Qualys, HP-webinspect, metaspoilt, Nikto. Expertise with Incident / change Management, COTS, Gov’t, PCI and ITIL processes.
LEADERSHIP WEB SECURITY/COLLABOARTIVE SERVICES
Management & Oversight of Web Application Security Department with the Government Wide Information Security Division. Supports leadership objectives for security concept of operations for Military/Government Cyber OPS, working closely with e-commerce application development, networking engineering, and operations teams. As Web & Application Security Director ensure that new and existing web and third-party vendor applications are implemented in a manner that assures the protection of information assets, privacy of agency and maintaining compliance with Information Security policies and enforce governance standards.
EXPERIENCE SUMMARY
“Delivered near real-time executive decision support, redesigning IT management metrics and reporting.”
Jason Kilgore |
DISA/ Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) – US Army/ Fort Huachuca, AZ 2014-2016
U.S. Army Intelligence Center and U.S. Army Cyber Command (CyberCom)
DoD/Contractor: Information Systems Security Manager(ISSM)/Information Security Engineer, Sr. and Installation Cyber
Security/IA team member as ManTech/Contractor which plans, coordinates, integrates, synchronizes, directs, and conducts
Cyber/Security/Intelligence operations and defense of DISA-JITC networks; When directed, conducts cyberspace economics in
support of full spectrum operations to ensure U.S./Allied freedom of action in cyberspace, and to deny the same to our adversaries
while supporting Combat Logistics and Warfighter Mission. DISA-JITC, Combat Support Agency, provides, operates, and assures
command and control, information sharing capabilities, and a globally accessible enterprise information infrastructure in direct
support to joint Warfighters, National level leaders, other mission and coalition partners across full spectrum of operations
 Delivered near real-t ime cyber security decision support, PCI, Network Security, Security Architecture & Design,
Security Risk Management, Identity & Access Management. Cyber Security, Defense Network support and operations.
Blue Team (LPT) teams defending Army/DISA networks and providing full spectrum cyber, enabling mission command and
providing global advantage. Monitor, mitigate, deter, recover, and react to threats and attacks. Cyber war fighting requires
impact, integration, risk, and knowing ourselves, the enemy, cyber terrain and cyber economics. PCI DSS readiness assessments
and onsite assessments . Draft, enhance Information Assurance packages, baseline standards, accreditation package under DoD
8500, NIST, DIACAP standards w/ DIACAP and RMF guidance. Support, maintain and provide “day-to-day” for Collateral,
Sensitive and Special Access Program (SAP) activities for complex security systems, security controls, software programs,
hardware devices which are used to provide security for federal controlled enterprise (open or closed) systems. Standardize
baseline audits, governance, compliance of FISMA,DT, OT, Pen/Vuln. Testing, NIST, FIPS. Establish appropriate standards,
controls, and manage security technology innovations. Coordinate, development, preparation, implementation, and maintain
security plan(s), Evaluation Framework, TCB, DRP, IRPs, DSM, RMF FISCAM Fraud Testing, IA RA, High side RA controls,
RA framework, standard operating procedures and accreditation activities; maintain oversight, compliance of existing
information systems through technical reviews, system auditing. Tracking/maintaining IA Plan of Action & Milestones
 (POA&M), Interim Authority to Operate (IATO), Authority to Operate (ATO) progress report and review of package.
 Cyber Best Practices. ROI 10 year/$2.8B Department Defense Cost Saving. Support ACAT 1 Oversight Project >$378
Million/DEMS 1.4B Project- Financial Management Migration/DLA Business ERP Resource. Aligned capital funding requests with
organizational mission, reducing annual project budget by $43.68M. Crossed organizational boundaries; supporting
Defense Logistics Agency (DAI) Defense Agencies largest Financial System Migrating 14 DoD organizations/12
outside Agencies into one Oracle 12x e-business Suite. Physical, access control mechanisms and network segmentations
and isolation solutions, such as firewall ACLs, isolated VLANs, VRFs, VDC.
NOAA/Gulf of Mexico – Mobile, AL 2011 – 2014
Emergency Management Security Posture ($24M) serving Region IV ATO II/EM Coordinator. Host to: 4,043 visitors/Events#78
FEDERAL CONTRACTOR: Leverag e ISSO/Chief Technology Officer experie nc e and compre he nsiv e knowledge to analyze, plan,
and raise the bar higher than expecte d , demonst rating the true intrinsic value of optimized and well-planned State Of The Art
Emergency Operations Command Center, reversed government history of project failures and introduced innovative use of common
techn ologie s to streamline the rural technologic al emergency management and disaster response environment s.
Proven track record of leading and transforming challenging information technology standards holistically across the pillars of
people, process and technology. Original team member for NOAA EOC/Emergency Operation Center for eight state foot print (Gulf
of Mexico) funded by Senate of Appropriations. Directed, Infusion of ethics ISSO member, support Emergency Management
operations situational awareness mitigation, disaster response, secondary support to USCG, FEMA/DHS protecting life, property,
asset from disasters/emergencies (Chemical, man-made, natural disaster, human error, catastrophic event, oil spill, loss of life).
 Introduced high-tech improvements to streamline challenging Disaster Response Center new facility startup
technological environment , including VoIP telephony, emergency/di saster response posture, implementation of hi -
definition video teleconferencing, reducing provider response times and improving emergency/di saster response
Information Systems Security Officer (ZP Band 4/GS 14/15 Equiv.) NOAA (2011-2014) responsible: Define, compliance, deter
attacks, mitigate security best practices, patch management, supporting/maintaining complex security systems, security controls,
software programs, hardware devices which are used to provide security for federal controlled systems and devices. Standardiz ed
baseline audits, governance, compliance of FISMA, NIST, FIPS. Respond to incidents, establish appropriate standards, controls,
system functions, security policies, technical security safeguards, and manage security technology innovations. Real-time visibility
with IBM BigFix, find, fix, secure endpoints. Real-time situational awareness and incident response to patching, mitigation of issues.
 Management and Oversight, dual role ISSO/Chief Technology Officer overseeing capacity planning, strategic direction,
overall performance management of EOC federal IT solution responsible for planning, enhancing, ROI, contract performance,
lifecycle of project, cost reduction, implementing needs, support mission/operations, monitoring plans, strategies and proces ses
Emergency Management Coordinator supporting Gulf Mexico Region support of USCG, FEMA, counties, Gulf of Mexico
Disaster Response situational support, cooperation during Natural Disasters for eight state area for coordinating, strategically
utilizing, maintaining various components of (EOC) emergency management system. Supports several diverse functions within
Division of Emergency Management's Operations, including development of incident specific emergency Incident Action Plans (IAP)
or Coordinate, manage, direct, control, organize, mitigate (EOC/EMR) disaster response or crisis management a ctivities
Jason Kilgore |
Department of Defens e /Federal OI&T Contractor /DoD Contractor 2001 – 2011
United States Marine Corps/Contract (2009-2011), Department Veteran DC Affairs (2007-2009), Department of Navy (2001-2009)
Multiple Duty Stations: MCB MWTC, CA (2009-2011), Pentagon (2006-2009), Deployed 2005- Al Asad Iraqi, Barking Sands
Missile Range HI (2004-2006), Deployed 2001-2003 Afghanistan, (2003-2004), Cutter AB, Kuwait (2004), NAV Coronado, CA (2001-
2003), (OIC)/Appointed Officer In Charge/(IAM) Information Assurance Manager (2 0 0 9 - 2 0 1 1 ) Lead the creation of USMC MCB
MWTC first Classified (SiWi) Secured Wireless Capability, enhanced and supported Legacy technology
infrastructu re. Integrated technolog y operations across Military Installation, replaced and redesigned informat i o n
systems and SIPR/NIPR applications, hardware and NMCI network; centralized operational leadership strategy,
managing multifunctional military, and federal and contracting S6 staff, creating a customer-focused culture. Acting Naval
Cyber Blue (DoDi 8570.1M)/Information Assurance Manager creation and approval of six C&A DIACAP Accreditation
packages to IATO/ATO operating authority. Visible element of organizational, joint and DoD Component IT
Project Manager (Cont rac t .)  Established formal project management office (PMO), installing best- practices project
ma n a g eme n t discipline, increasing on-time delivery to 96% and s l a s h i n g over-budget/out-of- scope projects.
Developed corporate policies/procedures, trained managers—deftly guided project sponsors and execut ive leaders,
ensuring compliance with goal s and schedules. Communicated strategically with leaders to rally them behind common
goals, incorporated best practices, actionable project planning, ri sk management and documentation as PMO for Cyber
space defense with USSTRATCOM support of DoD cyber security, tactical and war fighter missions.
 2 0 0 8 -2 0 1 1 Streamlined integration of MCB West newly designed multi-base classified SIPR network
(DoDi 2000.16): (2001-2016) Anti-Terrorism/Counter Terrorism Joint Task Force/Operations Team leader working
closely with partners to: Support, mitigate, deter, combat, prevent, resolve, investigative and intelligence capabilities to keep
back channels open. Small fish in the ocean supporting common operating picture. Protect U.S in Foreign /Domestic interests.
 (Defensive) Reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorist acts, to include limited response and
Containment by local military forces. (Offensive) : Combat, prevent, deter, respond to terrorism. Support other nations
in attempts to suppress insurgency, lawlessness, subversion and to reduce conditions which threats to security develop.
 (MTSA/33 CFR 101.405): Dedicated to ensuring robust architecture for securing our ports, waterways, harbors, and other
maritime environments. MARSEC/Dive OPS supporting, partnering and operations with groups like: USN/USCG/NATO to
secure waterways, increase maritime domain awareness and mitigate possibility of multiple issues. Part of Maritime Law
enforcement/ security leadership doing our part at all levels to support Joint Task Force cooperative efforts and supporting
greater good of protection our nations front door, drug demand reduction, anti-piracy, fight drug trafficking, threats to national security
Advance Skills: 802.1x, MS-CHAP, DFS, CIFS, Symantec SEP 11 architecture, Fortigate 1000A, Guardian Edge Encryption, McAfee
(End Point: DAR, DLS, HBSS, NIPS, HIPS, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator® (ePO™), (PUPs), AVS. Voi/P, CUCM, Wireless and
Web Security. Level 3 Network (DoD/SAT /SIPR /SWAN). GD (KG-175D) TACLANES, routers, switches, Cisco Call Unified Call
Manager, Cisco 6911-6921 VoIP Phones, Cisco 2950, 6000, 7000, 9000, 3940 content/core and access switches.
State of California/State of Nevada 2002 – 2009
Organizations: (State of California) California Governor’s Office, CA DMV, Modesto PD, SCSD, California Secretary of State
Responsibility: IT Manager, Site IT Director, System Engineer, Desktop Support Lead, PC/LAN Admin, Project Coordinator, IT
Security, Web Security, Project Deployment Refresh Coordinator, Dell Server Deployment Engineer, Encryption Engineer,
Among working for Government (When time permitted), couple members as myself support State of California and State of Nevada
contracts and projects. Instrumental during various projects for Organizations expansion of their Security, ERP, and Governance
requirements. Executive Strengths Exerc ised : Technology Design & Build, Construction Oversight, Staff Hiring & Training, Systems
Operations & Compliance & Efficiency Improvement, IT Security Management, Enterprise Technology Upgrades, Development
and management of new "shared-collaborative services" for Nevada. Auditing compliance to internal and external standards.
 IT Security Project Director visualizing expansion of California Information practices ensuring the confidentiality, integrity,
and availability of state systems and applications, and ensuring the protection of state information at multiple State institutions.
Technology “ERP Plat form and SSO securi ty enhancement s  Ensured operating requirements and revenue growth
feasibility. Involved from infancy of planning, a r c h i t e c t u r a l design through startup —complet ing needs assessment,
systems/hardware purchase, and development testing in 15 months - enabling an on-time, fully operational opening.
Reporting to Senior Leadership State representatives for each agency. Developed and mentored staff, synergizing their effort s
at corporate offices. Developed a culture within the shared-services group. Presided over network securi ty, physical
securi ty (CSO) , Budget , Capital Strategy Managem ent and Project Architecture that enhanced the enterpri se
connectivity, hardening of security vulnerabilities, workstations, telephony, television system, s e c u r i t y cameras, and
V TC /AV automation. Strategic plans, and departmental policies structuring IT operations at all locations. Mounted a
central technology strategy for multiple State of California facilities incorporating single secure sign on, SAN system
innovations, AES 256 encryption, collaboration services to IT support. Oversight of all security operations, including Incident
Response, Infrastructure operations, PMO risk analysis, and compliance. Mapping security strategy and policy to operational
controls and outcomes, and identifying and remediating gaps. Developing, implementing, maintaining, and sustaining standards.
Jason Kilgore |
Military Experience
Contractor (2009–2015) / Navy Diver/Maritime Security/Force Protection/PDS United States Navy (1996–2009)
Leadership (Contractor, Civilian, military) workforce as OIC/Deputy, (2002-2011), ISSO (2014-2015) served as Officer
In Charge/S6, Deputy/Watch Duty Officer (1999-2006), Intel/S2/Fusion (2002-2008), ATO/Antiterrorism Officer and
Security (JTF) Joint Task Force Operator (1996-2009) (DoN). IAM/ISSM (2008-2015), Cyber Security (2009-2016)
NATO/Tactical Readiness
Force Protection/Dive Operations/Maritime Security Unit: Designated/deployed nine times for Department of Defense or
contractor: (11/01- 3/03) Afghanistan War/ Operation Enduring Freedom, Western Iraq Province of Al Anbar/Al Asad US Base,
Operation Iraqi Freedom (3/03-4/04), Naval Support Activity (NSA Bahrain) (Sep 11-July 12), Operation New Dawn/Operation
Al-Fajr(2004), Africom(CJTF-HOA), Jordan(2012), Horn of Africa (2012) as either combat essential (CE) or emergency essential
(EE) to take part in readiness exercises, Battle Space, Tactical, Operations, Missions throughout (Africa, Middle East, Afghan)
Board Advisory
In spare time, volunteer basis and when time permits, experienced board-level communicator with a history of serving as Volunteer
VP IT/Chief Operations Officer in interim for Environmental Care Organization (2007-2010), Adjunct Chief Operations Officer
Pro-tem to Hawaii Reef Divers (2008-2010), Board of Examiners/Certificat ion Accreditation to American Board for Certification in
Homeland Security, and certifying member of: ABCHS, OSPA, ISSA, ASIS, SCIP, IAEM, NFPA, DOD. Certification board
Contributor and co-examiner board member of CDP-I cert for American Board Certification of Homeland Security organization.
EDUCATION & PRO FESSIONAL DEVELOP MENT
THOMAS EDISON STATE COLLEGE – Trenton, NJ
MS Homeland Security/Emergency Management Candidate 2017
UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco, CA
Bachelor of Science Information Systems Management
NAZARENE BIBLE COLLEGE – Colorado Springs, CO (Second Bachelor Degree Attempt)
Bachelor of Arts Theology/Religion Candidate 2017
FREDERICKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Fredericks, MD
AAS Homeland Security/Emergency Management
SIERRA COLLEGE – Rocklin, CA
AS Computer Science
CERTIFICATIONS:
DoDi 2000.14: CPP, CHS4, CMAS, CDP-I, CHPP, CNTA, CDEP, IAC, CCTS, CWTTP1, CSTPV, OPSEC, MARSOC, ATO/CTO
DoDi 8570.1M: CISM, GSEC+, CCENT, CISA, CASP, MCSA, CWNP, CAP, COMSEC, CompTIA A+,N+, Proj+, Security+
MTSA/33 CFR 101.405: Maritime Security, Maritime Security Operations, Maritime/Port Authority Cargo Inspection
Vendor: Dell, HP, IBM, Cisco/CCNA, Xirrus Wireless Sec, Cisco/Wireless, CWNA, CompTIA, NCR, Fujitsu, Field Nation
Affiliations
Department of Defense (DoD)  Counter Terrorism Officers Association  American Board for Certification in Homeland
Security (ABCHS)  Operations Security Professional's Association (OSPA)  American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS)
 International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM)  Information Systems Security Association (ISSA)
 Antiterrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB)  Department of Commerce (DOC/NOAA)  Department Homeland Security
Contracting/Side Projects (Healthcare/7 years, Federal Healthcare/4 years, Non-Profit/3+ years, DOD-Government/7+ years)
When time permitted (Afterhours, Holidays, Weekends) couple friends from military and government would work side projects,
misc. contracts or gigs such as: Kaiser (2005-2008/4 contracts) Depart VA (2007-2009), Sutter Health (2009/2 contracts),
Adventist Health (Oct 2009), Travis AFB (2005-2006 P/T 13hrs/wk.), Social Security (2009), ECO (2007-2010)
Publications & Presentations
Copies o f published blogs and f e a t u r e d informative sharing sessions a r e AVAILABLE ONLINE. Interested parties are
welcome to view profile w/ (61) sixty-one recommendat ions . AT THIS LINK or refer e nc e s avai la ble on reque st . Top
Cont ribu tor (> 3900 post s, blogs, news feed s, BlogSp ot , forums respon se cont ribu tio n s, cont rib ut ing article s) on RSS, web, .
Clearances: NATO/Department of Defense (NATO/Secret) w/ SSBI, Department of Defense (DoD) Secret clearance w/ NACLC
Skills
  • 802.1x, MS-CHAP, DFS, CIFS, Symantec SEP 11 architecture, Fortigate 1000A, Guardian Edge Encryption, McAfee (End Point: DAR, DLS, HBSS, NIPS, HIPS, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator® (ePO™), (PUPs), AVS. Voi/P, CUCM, Wireless and Web Security. Level 3 Netw 7 years by 2016
  • MTSA/33 CFR 101.405 8 years by 2016
Employers
  • (Multiple Positions): ISSO, Anti Terrorism Officer, VP IT, Security & Safety Director, Maritime/Port Security, Director IT at Department of Defense
    2001 February - Jun 2016
    United States Marine Corps/Contract (2009-2011), Department Veteran DC Affairs (2007-2009), Department of Navy (2001-2009)
    Multiple Duty Stations: MCB MWTC, CA (2009-2011), Pentagon (2006-2009), Deployed 2005- Al Asad Iraqi, Barking Sands Missile Range HI (2004-2006), Deployed 2001-2003 Afghanistan, (2003-2004), Cutter AB, Kuwait (2004), NAV Coronado, CA (2001-2003), (OIC)/Appointed Officer In Charge/(IAM) Information Assurance Manager (2009-2011) Lead the creation of USMC MCB MWTC first Classified (SiWi) Secured Wireless Capability, enhanced and supported Legacy technology infrastructure. Integrated technology operations across Military Installation, replaced and redesigned information systems and SIPR/NIPR applications, hardware and NMCI network; centralized operational leadership strategy, managing multifunctional military, and federal and contracting S6 staff, creating a customer-focused culture. Acting Naval Cyber Blue (DoDi 8570.1M)/Information Assurance Manager creation and approval of six C&A DIACAP Accreditation packages to IATO/ATO operating authority. Visible element of organizational, joint and DoD Component IT
    Project Manager (Contract.) Established formal project management office (PMO), installing best- practices project management discipline, increasing on-time delivery to 96% and slashing over-budget/out-of- scope projects. Developed corporate policies/procedures, trained managers—deftly guided project sponsors and executive leaders, ensuring compliance with goals and schedules. Communicated strategically with leaders to rally them behind common goals, incorporated best practices, actionable project planning, risk management and documentation as PMO for Cyber space defense with USSTRATCOM support of DoD cyber security, tactical and war fighter missions.
     2008-2011Streamlined integration of MCB West newly designed multi-base classified SIPR network
    (DoDi 2000.16): (2001-2016) Anti-Terrorism/Counter Terrorism Joint Task Force/Operations Team leader working closely with partners to: Support, mitigate, deter, combat, prevent, resolve, investigative and intelligence capabilities to keep back channels open. Small fish in the ocean supporting common operating picture. Protect U.S in Foreign/Domestic interests.
     (Defensive) Reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorist acts, to include limited response and
    Containment by local military forces. (Offensive): Combat, prevent, deter, respond to terrorism. Support other nations
    in attempts to suppress insurgency, lawlessness, subversion and to reduce conditions which threats to security develop.
     (MTSA/33 CFR 101.405): Dedicated to ensuring robust architecture for securing our ports, waterways, harbors, and other
    maritime environments. MARSEC/Dive OPS supporting, partnering and operations with groups like: USN/USCG/NATO to
    secure waterways, increase maritime domain awareness and mitigate possibility of multiple issues. Part of Maritime Law
    enforcement/ security leadership doing our part at all levels to support Joint Task Force cooperative efforts and supporting
    greater good of protection our nations front door, drug demand reduction, anti-piracy, fight drug trafficking, threats to national security
Certifications
  • DoDi 2000.14: CPP, CHS4, CMAS, CDP-I, CHPP, CNTA, CDEP, IAC, CCTS, CWTTP1, CSTPV, OPSEC, MARSOC, ATO/CTO DoDi 8570.1M: CISM, GSEC+, CCENT, CISA, CASP, MCSA, CWNP, CAP, COMSEC, CompTIA A+,N+, Proj+, Security+ MTSA/33 CFR 101.405: Maritime Securit Feb 2016
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