Randy Rowland has been working with IT systems for over fourteen years. His background includes Help Desk Technician, IT Support Manager, Network and Computer Systems Administrator, and Information Security Specialist. He currently leads a team of twenty-eight as a Training and Development Manager for the Department of Defense.
In his spare time, he reads about cybersecurity issues, experiments with emerging software. He tinkers with VLANs, IDS, and reverse proxies on his home server and network lab. When time permits, he enjoys writing small programs for the Android operating system.
BS, Cybersecurity, 2021
Southern New Hampshire University
BS, Computer Science, 2017
American Sentinel University
AAS, Information Systems, 2014
Community College of the Air Force
CompTIA Linux+/LPIC-1 Certified
Java, C++, Python
CompTIA Network+ Certified
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