Stephen Scheel

Lakewood Washington

stephen.scheel@live.com

Military Experience


Projects


WA NG Cyber Defense Team
April 2013-Present

As technology improves, People become more reliant on the technology around us. Seamless integration into our daily lives brings many new conveniences. As we become more reliant to these conveniences, we also become more vulnerable. The Department of Homeland Security says it best "Our daily life, economic vitality, and national security depend on a stable, safe, and resilient cyberspace". We are a group of soldiers, students, and civilians sharing a common interest in computer and network security. We are dedicated to bringing that so envisioned "stable, safe, and reliant cyberspace" in order to keep the "daily life, economic vitality, and national security" that everyone in America so takes for granted. We commit ourselves to learning and researching the latest in cyber security exploits and we work to find ways to counter them. We have many ways of doing this. We spend time in a classroom environment and constantly train. We spend a lot of time doing independent research, collaborate, share knowledge and keep current. Finally, we compete amongst ourselves as well as other cyber defense teams in order to have hands on experience, experiment, put into practice, and demonstrate what we have learned; as well as constantly challenge ourselves to become more efficient in our understanding of cyber defensive security


Experience


Army National Guard, US
E5 25B information Systems Operator-Analyst
1/2004 - Present
Job Description:

Controlled, Upheld, Repaired, Improved, Tactical Mobile Data Server, Router, and Encryption Modules. Molded and Trained Soldiers to use and operate military equipment as well in how to perform warrior tasks and drills. Created Presentations with PowerPoint for my classes. Utilized IT Programming and Web Page Design skills. While Deployed to Iraq (June-2007 to June-2008), supported operation Iraqi freedom by running a helpdesk service to Camp Bucca personnel and running a database that stored information of over 20,000 detainees in the camp Bucca prison. Also troubleshot active directory and various web applications on a secret Clearance level intranet. Controlled, Upheld, Repaired, Improved, Tactical Mobile Data Server, Router, and Encryption Modules. Molded and Trained Soldiers to use and operate military equipment as well in how to perform warrior tasks and drills. Created Presentations with PowerPoint for my classes. Received the Army Achievement Metal Molded and Trained Soldiers to use and operate military equipment as well as in how to perform warrior tasks and drills. Taught soldiers basic Linux, Active Directory, Security, Hardware, Virtual servers, proprietary software, and networking. Volunteered time to soldiers and families to teach basics in resume building, social networking safety, and IA Compliance

Army National Guard, US
E5 25U Signal Support Systems Specialist
1/2004 - Present
Job Description:

Assembled, Built, Deployed, and Managed Mobile, Tactical Network Infrastructures. Created Presentations with PowerPoint for my classes. Utilized IT and Telecommunication skills. Specialized in Active Directory

Army, US
E4 25Q Multi-Channel Radio Systems Operator and Maintainer
1/2000 - 1/2004
Job Description

Oversaw a four-man team. Installed, operated, performed strapping, restrapping, preventive maintenance checks and services, and unit level maintenance on multichannel line-of-site and tropospheric scatter communications systems, antennas, security devices, vehicles, and power generators. Performed BIT/BITE diagnostics to isolate faults to the Line Replaceable Unit.