JORDAN L. WHEELER 1.949.419.7441


Education                California Polytechnic University Pomona                                                           Expected Graduation Jun. 2018

B.S. Business Administration – Computer Information Systems
(concentration Information Assurance/Cyber Security)

Extracurricular         Forensics and Security Technology Club (FAST)                                                                                                          

Responsibilities           Director of Cyber Security Research                                                                                         April 2017 – current

Researching penetration testing and social engineering techniques for presentation to club

Developed 20 challenges and questions for student-run CTF competition

Director of Marketing                                                                         Oct. 2016 – March 2017

Promoting club events and activities to students across the university, including student-run CTF; graphic design

Students With an Interest In Future of Technology (SWIFT)                                                 Oct. 2016 – current

Operations Team Member

Provided user support on student-run network for HackPoly 24-hr hackathon

Western Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (WRCCDC)                        Oct. 2016 – March 2017

Windows Systems and Business Team Member

Developing and documenting IT and security policies, reporting checklists

Setting up Active Directory, centralized logging, hardening systems per industry standards

Training and           LETHAL Security                                                                                                                                                                 

Self-Study                    201 Real World Web Application Penetration Testing                                     March 2017

Recon, passive scanning, and spidering; performed attacks including: XSS, CSRF, IDORs, SQLi, using Burp Suite

                             101 Introduction to Ethical Hacking and 102 Real World Penetration Testing  July, Nov. 2016

Recon using OSINT; scanned using Nmap, OpenVAS, Nessus; exploited vulnerable machines with metasploit, sqlmap; obtained credentials and hashes, moved laterally and escalated privileges; reviewed reporting essentials. Deployed encrypted payloads; used powershell to leverage attacks; kerberos and passthehash

ISSA Information Systems Security Association – Ventura County                                                    March 2016

   Red Vs Blue Team Event – Capture The Flag

Utilizing Core Impact Pro: scanned network, identified target machines and users, cracked domain admin credentials

Personal Homelab                                                                                                                                                             

Dell server with ESXi hypervisor, running Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Ubuntu, Kali Linux

Learning server administration, Active Directory. Developing a Penetration Testing sandbox

Professional            Event Intelligence Group “EIG”                                                                                                Dec. 2014 – Jan. 2017

Experience                   Wireless Network Technician, Surveillance Operator

  • Deployed surveillance technology to support live event Operations Command Center for 12 events
  • Installed wired and wireless networking equipment to develop long-distance surveillance over WLAN
  • Operated and monitored multi-camera surveillance system to support emergency services dispatchers
  • Configured and monitored crowd dynamics software and social media analysis tools to identify potential incidents

TOURtech, Inc.                                                                                                                             Mar. 2016 – July 2016

                        Wireless Network Technician                                                                                            

  • Programmed and configured wireless and wired networking equipment, including Cisco Meraki APs, Ruckus ZoneDirector firewall, and Ubiquiti Unifi wireless gear for events across the USA
  • Configured and install user-facing Wifi APs for general Internet access by production departments
  • Monitored custom network monitoring and analytics software to maintain consistent uptime

Consolidated Analytics                                                                                                   May – Aug. 2014, June 2015

Forensic Data Analyst and Database Support

  • Supported large Excel database for analysis of real estate appraisal and loan data for major court cases
  • Developed custom Excel formulas, applied sorting, conditions, what-if analysis to quickly identify patterns and trends in spreadsheet data, enabling legal team to support their arguments in court

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