My name is Ian Armour and I am a Network Security consultant and freelance Web Designer. I’m a student at the “Rochester Institute of Technology”. I look forward to advancing my knowledge in the fairly new and exciting field of Information Assurance. I am also looking for internships or positions within the professional work world as a Networking Specialist/Consultant.
I have completed Cisco Systems Training, Java coursework, AP Computer Science A+B, CEH, and CPT. I have worked on a variety of Open Source programming projects for personal use with the
BackTrack Operating System such as automation of basic “Wardriving Techniques” and automation of Nmap/John the Ripper to make a Networked Automated Password Cracking system. I have also helped advance my school’s network security by finding flaws and holes within it’s network’s automated filtering including identifying issues with Dual Packet Header Authentication and basic Cryptographic Mutative Proxy recognition.
Currently, I am adding to my current training and experience by acquiring certifications in various fields, including attempting to acquire my Security+, and Network+ certifications. As personal projects, I have set up Home Automation Systems, Homebrew NAS’s, and configured and run Linux, Windows, and OSX Systems extensively. I have also worked closely with many of Linux’s more intricate network security systems, including but not limited to using The S.E.T. to Honeypot, automate SSL-Stripping, and writing remote monitoring tools.
If you have any questions or are interested in hiring me, please contact me.