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Laveeta Dinkins

Analyst for Information Assurance (IA)/ Cyberspace Operations - LWN/NETOPS

Grovetown, GA


Network configuration and support VoIP knowledge 
Exceptional troubleshooter Sound judgment 
Desktop and laptop expert Self--starter 
Active Directory IT security policies

Work Experience

Analyst for Information Assurance (IA)/ Cyberspace Operations


October 2012 to October 2013

KRATOS Defense and Security Solutions Fort Gordon, GA 
Determines enterprise information assurance and security standards. 
Develops and implements information assurance/security standards and procedures. 
Coordinates, develops, and evaluates security programs for an organization. 
Recommends information assurance/security solutions to support customers' requirements. 
Identifies, reports, and resolves security violations. 
Supports customers at the highest levels in the development and implementation of doctrine and policies. 
Performs analysis, design, and development of security features for system architectures.

Learned Reasearch Analyst

Signal Lessons

June 2012 to October 2012

KRATOS Defense and Security Solutions Fort Gordon, GA 
Observed units at the National Training (NTC) and Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) during their 
training prior to deployment. 
Briefed senior military personnel on methods to modify training to handle specific or general asymmetric threats. 
Observed, collected, developed, validated, and disseminated emerging TTPs, and assisted in lessons learned 
training to pre--deployment and/or deployed units.

Computer Scientist

Information Assurance

December 2011 to June 2012

KRATOS Defense and Security Solutions Fort Gordon, GA 
Employed security policies by following DoD Instructions and Army Regulations and offered guidance for securing networks. 
Ensured that Security Testing & Evaluation (ST&E) procedures, Baseline Security Requirements Minimal 
Checklist, Network/System Scan utilizing eEye Retina, or other vulnerability assessment tools are in compliance with DoD instructions and AR Regulations. 
Ensured records of all security--related vulnerabilities and incidents are maintained and reports serious or unresolved violations to the Information Assurance Manager (IAM). 
Maintained appropriate system accreditation documentation and drafts and provides DoD Information Assurance 
Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) Memorandums of Agreement (MOAs) to the designated 
connected sites.

Staff Officer

Information Systems

August 2011 to December 2011

U.S. Army Fort Gordon, GA 
Responsible for the management of Active Directory and user accounts on strategic SIPR and NIPR exchange 
services which serviced over 3,000 users. 
Supervised the deployment, installation, operation, and unit level maintenance of multi user information 
processing systems. 
Enforced Army network security and information assurance policies. 
Tracked and troubleshot trouble tickets utilizing Remedy.


Area Network

August 2010 to August 2011

U.S. Army Iskandariyah, Iraq 
Strategically planned and implemented the design, placement, and installation and of all the cabling and physical 
layouts of the routers and switches on the Contingency Operating Station that handled secure and non--secure 
voice and data. 
Troubleshot both distribution and access layer switches by using SSH. 
Configured Cisco Call Manager that provided Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and was able to provide 
secure and non--secure voice to the Local Area Network. 
Organized the setup and operation of the first Joint Network Node (JNN) at COS Kalsu which provided over 800 
SIPR/NIPR data and voice services which were critical to the Brigade's success. 
Managed, monitored, and troubleshot two Joint Network Nodes (JNN), ten Command Post Nodes (CPN), and over 500 switches and routers using SNMPc.

Processing Team Chief

Automated Data

May 2010 to August 2010

U.S. Army Fort Gordon, GA 
Conducted and reviewed network threats using Retina Scanner, and supervised and trained seven level I and level 
II computer technicians on using the Retina Scanner. 
Responsible for desktop PC management to include system maintenance, upgrades, and scheduled backups. 
Established the automation system administration procedures for the strategic network, and performed "on the spot" emergency PC troubleshooting on 75 to 100+ customer machines per week.

Software Analysis Supervisor

U.S. Army

June 2009 to May 2010

Daegu, South Korea 
Served as the Organizational Unit Administrator for the systems and networks of 1500+ users, 1200+ desktops/ 
laptops and 150+ network printers, scanners, and fax machines. 
Responsible for BlackBerry Enterprise Administrative Support for 600+ field leaders utilizing BlackBerry 8830 
World Edition phones. 
Installed portable Common Access Card ( CAC ) readers and certificates to work with the BlackBerry to open, 
send, and read encrypted email and messages. 
Instituted the use of remote desktop management software ( Dame Ware ) to support 1500+ off--site and on--site 
Performed system analysis administrator duties which covered over 600 network workstations on the NiprNet, 
SiprNet, and RiprNet Local Area Networks. 
Supervised the Division G6 shop, which worked directly for and supported the Commanding General.


Bachelor in Technology Management

Trident University -
Cypress, CA