Gerald Clevenger

Instructor: Network Security & Forensics

Gerald ClevengerGerald ClevengerHe has over 20 years of experience in information security. Mr. Clevenger served as Manager of Cyber Security Technical Operations for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). He conducted security audits and assessments for the Department of Energy, as well as the Department of Interior. His technical achievements include Enhanced Intrusion Detection and Vulnerability Management.  Mr. Clevenger has published various articles concerning the BSNSF methodology, the NIST Risk Management Framework, and has publications in security awareness training. He holds a CISSP and CRISC professional certification and a Masters degree in Information Security.

Courses Taught
  • NSF401: Security Management Practices
  • NSF412: Operating System Hardening
  • NSF403: Security Architecture & Models
  • NSF404: Telecommunications & Net Security
  • NSF405: Operations Security
  • NSF406: Physical Security & Access Controls
  • NSF407: Applications & Systems Dev Security
  • NSF408: Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Plan
  • NSF409: Cryptography
  • NSF410: Law, Investigation, & Ethics
  • NSF412: Operating System Hardening
  • NSF413: Computer Forensics
  • GE6 H104: U. S. History II

  • GE6 H103: U. S. History I
Education
  • Master of Science in Information Security
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics

CISSP, SANS, GIAC, A+, Network+, SANS Firewall & Perimeter Protection

Certifications
  • CRISC
  • IAM
  • IEM
  • Comptia A +
  • Comptia Net +
  • CISSP
  • Tempest
  • SANS GIAC Security Essentials
  • SANS GIAC Firewall Analyst
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