My Resume


LT Greg Smith, USN, Retired


HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS


  • Current government Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility
  • Over 27 years of IT maintenance management and technical experience
  • Masters degree in Information Systems; Bachelor of Science degree in Management
  • Industry certifications: CISSP (#366283); ITIL V3 Foundation (Cert #7472); Brainbench Cloud Computing Essentials; Surveillance, Counter-surveillance, and Surveillance Detection; and U.S. Dept. of Labor/Commonwealth of Virginia Apprenticeship Completion as an Electronics Technician (No. 12903) and Data Systems Technician (No. 04554)
  • Prior certifications: C|EH (ID ECC937877); C|NDA (ID ECC937877);Linux+ (ID COMP001008603672); Security+ (ID COMP001008603672)
  • Special Qualifications: Tactical Action Officer; Surface Warfare Officer; Force Protection Action Officer, Force Protection Command and Control Watch Officer, Officer of the Deck (Steam-powered Aircraft Carrier); Master Training Specialist; Enlisted Air Warfare Specialist


EXPERIENCE

2015, Adjunct Instructor, Information Systems and Cybersecurity, ITT Technical Institute, Knoxville campus


  • Teach Security Policies and Implementation; Digital Forensics; Access Security; Auditing IT Infrastructures for Compliance; ISC Capstone


2012-2015  Director, Cyber Training and Technical Programs, Camber Corporation


  • As Director for Exercise/Training and Technical Programs, provided interface between Camber's Cyber Solution Department and Cyber Services Department.
  • Government and Commercial Business Development/Capture Management
  • Held positions as Joint Cyber Exercise Planner, Advanced IA Analyst, Security Engineer, and Proprietary Software Installer.
  • Planned and executed large-scale Information Assurance/Computer Network Operations exercises.
  • Security Engineer for Accreditation and Authorization (A&A) of one new system using hybrid DCID 6/3 and ICD 503 standards. Reviewed DIACAP packages.
  • Interfaced between Camber cyber product lines and services which supported Camber's CENTS product portfolio.
  • Managed U.S. Navy, US Army National Guard, US Air Force and USSTRATCOM cyber simulator contracts and environments.
  • Trained military network defenders using a realistic, simulated environment.


2011-2012  Chair, School of Information Technology and School of Business, ITT Technical Institute, Knoxville campus


  • Managed student census of 170 students in two schools/seven programs of study.
  • Maintained above average ratings in all company metrics.
  • Taught Software Development Life Cycles, Accounting and Finance for Business, Server-side Web Programming, Auditing IT Infrastructures for Compliance, and Criminalistics of Cybercrime.
  • Ensured student success by monitoring re-entry of withdrawn students, alignment of instructors to programs of expertise, and daily monitoring of consecutive absences.
  • Managed one full-time instructor and 15 adjuncts.
  • Initiated the Student Veterans of America.


2009-2011 Director/IT Security Assessor, Navy Red Team   

U.S. Navy, Information Operations Red Team


  • Briefed the Defense Science Board Task Force on Cyber Resiliency Metrics of Military Systems on the anatomy of cyber attacks.
  • Briefed Navy Program Executive Officers and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab on U.S. Navy Combat Systems Vulnerabilities.
  • Led 50 network security technicians/developers doing vulnerability assessments and compliance inspections of Navy enterprise enclaves world-wide using adversarial hacking techniques/procedures during 12 major Navy and Joint exercises and 9 new system acquisitions annually
  • Gathered metrics from assessments and reported findings to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Director of Operational Test and Evaluation (DOTE), for annual Information Assurance reports to Congress.  Reported critical war-fighting system vulnerabilities and mitigation recommendations to the Commander, Fleet Cyber Command/US Tenth Fleet, and the Navy Operational Designated Accreditation Authority
  • Engineered and installed a $1.2 million network infrastructure upgrade leading to 40 percent efficiency increase
  • Managed an annual $200,000 travel budget and $30,000 purchasing budget


2006-2009  IT/Combat Systems Readiness Inspector                    

U.S. Navy, Board of Inspection and Survey


  • Hand-picked as Senior Report Writer, Information Systems Deck Manager, and Senior Combat Systems Inspector for all information, communication, weapons, anti-submarine, mine warfare, operations, and navigation systems aboard all Navy platforms
  • Revised information systems inspection criteria resulting in 20 percent reduction in inspection time and reporting
  • Maintained the Senior Inspector Statistical Analysis Card database and Visual Basic program
  • Conducted 34 material inspections, 18 acquisition sea trials, and 2 critical system assessments during a 2.5-year period
  • Designed, implemented, and trained inspectors in the use of a grading criteria and scoring system to identify shipboard corrosion and preservation discrepancies saving $50,000 in administrative, engineering, and support costs


2005-2006  Electronics Maintenance/Supply Department Head, U.S. Navy, Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility, Virginia Capes


  • Kept strict oversight of a $1.5 million budget, Government Purchase Card program, command urinalysis program, and command energy conservation program
  • Not only passed the U.S. Navy depot-level repair facility inspection but attained micro-miniature repair facility status
  • Led 40 personnel in the maintenance of the grounds/building, electronics, electronic warfare airborne pods, and supply logistics


2003-2005  IT/Electronics Material Officer, Alteration-Installation Team Coordinator, and Systems Test Officer, U.S. Navy, USS WASP (LHD 1)


  • Coordinated 85 shipboard electronic system alterations and installations totaling $50 million
  • Saved the Navy over $850,000 in micro-miniature electronic system repairs
  • Raised General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment readiness to 90 percent from 70 percent
  • Scored 95 percent on the Maintenance and Material Management program inspection and 88 percent during the Board of Inspection and Survey inspection
  • Led 15 team trainers ensuring tactical proficiency of watch standers and electronic casualty control procedures; identified and corrected over 25 training and interoperability issues


2002-2003 Communications and Data Systems Division Officer, U.S. Navy, USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64)


  • Concurrently managed two separate divisions of Electronics Technician and Fire Control Technician personnel in the corrective and preventive maintenance of all communications and information systems aboard the aircraft carrier.  
  • Major qualifications included Surface Warfare Officer and Officer of the Deck (Underway).  
  • Other watchstations included: Force Protection Command and Control Watch Officer, Combat Direction Center Watch Officer, Surface Weapons Coordinator, Anti-air Weapons Coordinator, Surface Watch Officer, SWO Engineering (Steam Plant), Alongside Conning Officer, Helm/Aftersteering Safety Officer, Junior Officer of the Watch, Conning Officer and Chief of the Guard.


1988-2001  Data Systems Technician               

U.S. Navy


  • 1997-2001 - Fleet Combat Training Center Atlantic, Information Systems Maintenance Training Branch Chief, Course Supervisor, Instructor, and Course Curriculum Model Manager of the Advanced Network Analyst, Information Systems Maintenance, Command Center Maintenance, and SNAP III Systems Maintenance Courses.  Selected as Instructor of the Year, Instructor of the Quarter, and Sailor of the Quarter.
  • 1993-1997 – Intelligence Systems and Personal Computer Work Center Supervisor aboard USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT.  Administered and maintained multiple Personal Computer configurations, HPUX, Solaris, Windows, Cisco, Xylan, and Novell systems and networks.
  • 1990-1993 – AN/UYK-7 Mainframe/Mini-computer and Peripheral Equipment Technician.
  • 1988-1990 – Student, Combat Systems Technical Schools Command.


EDUCATION AND TRAINING


University of Phoenix

Masters in Information Systems

Phoenix, AZ

GPA 3.87


University of Phoenix
Bachelor of Science in Management (Honors Graduate)

Phoenix, AZ
GPA 3.85

Saint Leo University 

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

Virginia Beach, VA

GPA 3.68

Draughon’s Jr. College 

Completed 104 QTR HRS  toward an Associate of Science triple major in Business Administration, Accounting, and  Computer Programming (Entered the Navy prior to graduating)              

Knoxville, TN

Heritage High School Diploma (Honors Graduate)                                    Maryville, TN

U.S. NAVY TRAINING


  • Advanced Network Analyst
  • C4I Systems Engineer
  • Project Management College Core Maintenance Team
  • Classic Reliability-Centered Maintenance for Planned Maintenance System Developers
  • SSPC Basic Paint Inspector
  • Prospective Electronics Material Officer
  • Navy Instructor
  • Joint Maritime Command Information System Technician
  • Force-Level Navy Tactical Command System-Afloat Technician
  • Quality Assurance for Electronics Personnel
  • Total Quality Leadership
  • Quality Control Inspector
  • Intelligence Center Maintenance Technician
  • CGN/DDG UYK-7 General Purpose Mini-computer/Peripheral Maintenance (Class Honor Man)
  • Data Systems Class A School
  • Senior Combat Systems Inspector inspecting Navigation, Operations, Communications, Information Systems, Weapons, and Undersea Warfare Systems
  • Security (Patrolman, Gate Guard, Bailiff, Dispatcher, Investigator, Section Leader)
  • Basic and Advanced Damage Control
  • Combat Systems Officer of the Watch and Combat Systems Readiness Officer


INDUSTRY SCHOOLS


  • 40-hour CCNA Boot Camp
  • 12-hour American Bureau of Shipping Inspection Standards