Natalie E. Morse
Graduate Student of Information Technology in Information Security and Assurance
Jackson, Tennessee, 901-...
Master’s Program Course Work
 IT 503 Principles of Information Technology
 IT 504 Critical Concepts and Competencies for...
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Natalie Morse - Resume PDF

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  • 1. Natalie E. Morse Graduate Student of Information Technology in Information Security and Assurance Jackson, Tennessee, 901-591-0017, Education KAPLAN UNIVERSITY Master of Science in Information Technology with a Specialty of Information Security and Assurance (Projected Graduation Date: April 5, 2016) UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Bachelor of Professional Studies with a concentration in Organizational Leadership (2012) COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE AIR FORCE, MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, ALABAMA Associate in Applied Science in Human Resource Management (2010) Employment CARRIAGE HOUSE ANTIQUE MARKET AND CAFÉ Waitress and Front Desk, July 2014 – Current  Provide quality customer service by satisfying various customer needs and concerns.  Manage merchandise and account for business transactions.  Track business details by recording transactions in a database and providing reports. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (ACTIVE DUTY) Personnel (Human Resources), May 2006 – May 2010  Analyze employment-related data and prepare required reports.  Conduct exit interviews and ensure that necessary employment termination paperwork is completed.  Interpret and explain human resources policies, procedures, laws, standards, and regulations.  Maintain and update human resources documents, organizational charts, employee handbooks, directories, and performance evaluation forms.  Schedule and conduct new employee orientations. HOLIDAY INN, JACKSON, TENNESSEE UNITED STATES Receptionist, Feb 2005 – May 2006  Greet, register, and assign rooms to hotel guests.  Make and confirm reservations.  Keep records of room availability and guests' accounts, using computers and/or manually.  Answer inquiries pertaining to hotel services, guest registration, and travel directions, and make recommendations regarding shopping, dining, or entertainment. JACKSON SPORT AND FITNESS, JACKON, TENNESSEE UNITED STATES Receptionist, Jan 2004 – Feb 2005  Issue members identification cards and see that each member checks in properly.  Use opening and closing procedures which include unlocking the gym in the morning and closing the gym at night.  Record all transactions and cash profits made by the gym and keep record of inventory.  Responsible for all paperwork completed by guests and prospective members. Child Care worker, Jan 2004 – Feb 2005  Maintain a safe play environment.  Observe and monitor children's play activities.  Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.  Ensure children are checked in properly and checked out by parent or proper individual.
  • 2. Master’s Program Course Work  IT 503 Principles of Information Technology  IT 504 Critical Concepts and Competencies for the IT Professional  MIS 7610 System Analysis and Design (University of Memphis)  IT 511 Information Systems Project Management  IT 525 Database Design and Data Modeling  IT 526 SQL Query Design  IT 530 Computer Networks  IT 540 Management of Information Security  MIS 7160 Computer Hardware System Software (University of Memphis)  MIS 7605 Business Database (University of Memphis)  IT 590 Legal and Ethical Issues in IT  IT 599 Applied IT Master Project SPECIALTY COURSES:  IT 541 Computer and Network Security  IT 542 Ethical Hacking and Network Defense  IT 550 Computer Forensics and Investigations PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE  Drawing Entity Relationship Diagrams with Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio  Practice with Queries on Microsoft SQL  Writing Security Policies and Incidence Response Plans  Security Tools, Forensic Tools, and Ethical Hacking Tools such as: DVWA, Wireshark, ClamWin, Nmap, Windows Firewall, nslookup, Sam Spade, tracert, Filezilla, NetWitness Investigator, PuTTy, TCPdump, Tftpd64, Open VAS, Snorby, Snort, WinAudit, DevManView, Frhed, Kleopatra, Decrypting on, Windows Powershell, Target Linux, AGV Antivirus Business Edition, Microsoft Active Directory, P2 Commander Additional Skills  Completed coursework in General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Strategy and Crisis Intervention, Biomedical Ethics, Human Interactions, and Health & Wellness.  Completed four years on Active Duty in the United States Air Force (May 2006 - May 2010). Received numerous trainings and participated in various types of volunteer work.  Completed Basic Military Training in July 2006; (a boot camp style training which included Self Aid and Buddy Care, Law of Armed Conflict, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Training, Code of Conduct Training, Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Conventional Defense Training).  Completed the Personnel Apprentice Course in August 2006; (208 hours of Human Resources style training)  Completed 1 month of Combat Life Skills Training at Ft. McCoy Wisconsin in May 2008.  Served a 6 month tour in support of Operation Enduring Freedom at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan from June 2008 - Dec 2008.  Completed 40 hours of Combat Lifesaver Course in May 2008; (a training consisting of instruction on inserting IV's and other combat/trauma instruction).  Completed Physical Training Leader & Circumference Training in October 2007; led physical training sessions and evaluated physical fitness assessments throughout military career.  Received 10 awards & decorations throughout military career to include the following: Air Force Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Award with 2 devices, Air Force Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with 1 device, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border, Air Force Training Ribbon, NATO Medal.

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