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2008 - TriGeo Network Security

by Hawke Robinson published Sep 06, 2016 03:10 PM, last modified Sep 08, 2016 10:18 AM
Web resume information about work experience Trigeo Network Security Inc.

2008, February to March, 2008

Sales Engineer & Information Security Community Developer (Short Term, Full Time Employee)

Trigeo Network Security Inc. - https://web.archive.org/web/20100131091809/http://www.trigeo.com/ (acquired by Solar Winds - www.solarwinds.com)

510 Clearwater Loop, Suite 1, Post Falls, ID 83854

Description: Company provided extensive Security Information Management solutions. I was originally hired as a trainer to teach clients how to use the Security Information Management software we developed, but the CEO was so excited about my background that they created a new role to hire me for instead, a Sales Engineer.

Roles & Responsibilities: Act as “bridge” between sales staff and engineering department for prospective clients. Created internal web-based workflow-enabled content management system. Extensive research on competitors and competing products related to SIM (aka SEIM, SIEM, SEM, Security Information Management) technologies. Develop vibrant Information Security community portal. Originally brought in as technology trainer. CEO intervened, wished to use my distinctive skill set for desired position with multiple roles, sales engineer and community engagement developer/facilitator. Provided services & software to top Fortune companies and very large government agencies.

Technologies, Methodologies, & Standards Used: Various Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) & Intrusion Protection Systems (IPS) combined with Trigeo proprietary security technologies (NDA) provising Security Information Management services, Intrusion Detection Services (IDS), Intrusion Protection Services (IPS), Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards compliance, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) compliance, Zope, Plone, Citrix, Java, Linux.

 

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