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RyanSepe
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Ryan Sepe
Information Security Analyst II
Albert Einstein Healthcare Network
Philadelphia, PA.,US

I am an Information Security Analyst with Einstein Healthcare Network. Primarily my job is to review IDS/IPS', as well as, implementation of database to help with compliance. I am the main engineer for web-security. My passion is strongly associated with Security tools such as IDS/IPS, web security, DLP, and ensuring our network uses the appropriate safeguards to ensure the safety of data.

When I am not working, I enjoy playing soccer and relaxing with my girlfriend.

I have a BS in Information Technology with a minor in Computer Science. I have recentily attained the SANS GIAC GSEC Certification and working towards making my application display the knowledge I have acquired. I am in the process of attaining a Masters Degree in Information.



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