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    Kenneth L. Bechtel, II

    845 ButtonWood St, Palmyra, PA17078

    Micro Computer/ LAN Manager, Network Security Specialist, Anti-Virus Specialist, Test and Evaluation Technician, Trainer or Troubleshooter, Crisis Manager, Reverse Engineer.

    Apr 2004 – Present

    Virus Researcher

    LockHeed Martin Corporation
    Analyze and Process malware samples, interfacing with the Anti-Malware vendors for detection and resolution.

    Assisted in Architecting, Engineering and deploying McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator Infrastructure and Management to excess of 100,000 devices.

    Created Customized McAfee Virus Scan Access protection rules to neuter Microsoft Office, and Adobe Reader “0 Day” Exploits.

    Participate in Invitation only Peer-to-Peer groups processing and analyzing malware, and malware trends.

    Manage Malware Lab

    Virtual Employee, Secret Level DoD Security Clearance

    On Call for both Counter Malware Application Support, and Malware incident support

    Jan 1998 -

    Nov 2003

    Computer Security Analyst (Anti-Virus and Remote Access)

    Tyco Electronics/ AMP Inc.
    30,000+ PCs in 53 countries

    Liaison between vendor, vendor technical support and LAN Support Staff.

    Multiple TV news appearances local Network affiliates as regional Virus Specialist.

    Published in Virus Bulletin Magazine

    Provided Presentations to multiple internal and external groups on AV Strategy and responses.

    Created AV response plan, as well as defensive strategy.

    Created Corporate AV Counsel with representatives of all Departments and workgroups involved or impacted by Computer viruses.

    Evaluate products to meet corporate needs for best performance and fit into corporate structure. All Platforms Email (MS-Exchange, File, Print Servers, Unix Servers, Desktops, and Gateways).

    Establish one stop support and Security Lab for Network administrators, reducing dependence on external sources and providing uniform information and knowledgebase, resulting in cost savings in the support field.

    Founding Member Anti-Virus Information Exchange Network (AVIEN)

    Manage users during VPN Roll out, replacing Managed Remote access product.

    Manage requests for remote access to corporate Network and network resources.

    Jul 1997 -


    Independent Consultant

    Specializing in network security
    Provide input to Government and corporate entities of current and local Computer Malware threat

    Provide presentation to AV vendor on what customers really want.

    Develop defensive strategies and polices to fit each “customer’s” needs.

    Provide training to customer Administrators on virus fighting and security techniques.

    Establish and manage my own Security and Anti-Virus Test Lab.

    On call 24/7 for supported companies, regardless of location

    Contributing Author AVIEN Malware Defense Guide ISBN-13: 978-1-59749-164-8

    Author AVIEN & Anti-Virus Professional's Code Of Conduct

    Presenter Virus Bulletin Conference 2003 & 2008

    May 1997 – Jul 1997

    Anti-Virus Technician & LAN Manager

    National Computer Security Association. (NCSA)
    Evaluate Anti-Virus Products for certification

    Manage closed secure test network.

    Manage and administrate internal technical support issues.

    Purchase, configure, track and maintain all automated equipment.

    Administer a Novell 3.12 Network and a Toshiba Strata DK280 KSU Telephone System.

    Started with 5 users and no external connections. Currently 50+ users, and Internet site.

    Wizop (Senior Sysop) in 5 NCSA Forums (3 Public, 2 Private).

    3rd line Support on NCSA Security ‘Help Desk’ for viruses and security issues.


    Aug 1994 - May 1995

    Distributed Analyst

    Sprint United Telephone Eastern Group (Through JFC Pro Temps)

    Troubleshoot MS-DOS, Windows and Macintosh PC’s in a field environment. Responsible for Adams County and Columbia Exchange area’s client base. Involved with various security related issues on a consultation basis. Manage automation assets in my territory. Support MS-Office to the end users.

    July 1993 - April 1994

    P.C. Instructor

    Computer Learning Network (CLN)

    Instruct classes on PC Hardware. DOS, DbaseIII+, Aldus Pagemaker 5.0, WordPerfect v5.1, and Lotus 1-2-3 v2.x. Conduct weekend seminars on the same packages

    June 1984 - April 1993

    Intelligence Analyst/ System Security Manager/ Asst. Automation Officer

    United States Army

    Implemented security programs for brigade headquarters and subordinate battalions. Provide security expertise for all levels of command. Conduct anti-virus and security inspections. Designed, upgraded, secured and maintained new and existing systems and software applications. Implemented special security measures for moving and deploying units. Respond to computer “emergencies”. Tested and evaluated equipment for field use. Conduct user training. Assignments of note include Intelligence NCO for Tunnel Neutralization Team, and NCO In Charge of the Seoul and Area III Emercency Operations Center.

    Implemented a PC Help desk.

    Authored several security programs to fix potential security loop holes.

    Established a certification program for 12 subordinate Information System Security Officers.




    Gateway 2000, Dell, Packard Bell, Tandy, IBM, Zenith, Compaq, Other Misc. IBM Clone Models., Macintosh CX & 700 Series.


    Wang Vs 65 & 85, ULLS, MCS, UNIXX,


    PC & MS DOS v 1.1 - 7.0, Windows 3.x - ’98, Win NT v4.0, Windows 2000,Windows XP Macintosh system 6.5 - 7.0, Linux (several flavors), IBM 390


    Novell 3.12 & 4.1, Windows NT v4, Windows 2000, Linux, Lantastic v6, Banyan Vines (User experience only), Misc. Military Proprietary.


    DOS Batch, Windows Scripting, Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Applications, PC Assembler, Basic HTML


    Microsoft Office v2 - XP, *ALL* Major, and most minor, Anti-Virus products (intimate with NCSA AVPD Member Products), PGP v 2 – 8, Thumbs Plus, MS-Exchange Server (less than 50 users), SendMail (less than 50 users), RSA ACE Server, PGP Certificate/ Key Server, MS-Outlook, NAI ePO (v1-4), IDA Pro, HexView, BORG, 1st Page 2000, MS-Visio, MS-Project, Bastille Firewall, Extensive experience in many legacy applications.


    Productivity Point International

    12 – 16 Jun, 2000

    Mastering Visual Basic 6 Fundamentals (#1303)

    Skill Craft Seminars

    2 - 3 December 1996

    Troubleshooting and Repairing IBM Compatible PC’s

    U.S.A. NCO Academy, Ft. Huachuca, AZ

    March 1990 to May 1990

    Major: Intelligence Analyst Basic NCO Course

    Minor: Automation Security Management

    U.S. Army Intelligence School, Ft. Huachuca, AZ

    August 1984 to November 1984

    Major: Intelligence Analysis

    Minor: Information Security Management

    Lebanon County Vo-Tech, Lebanon, Pennsylvania

    September 1982 to June 1984

    Data Management, Data Systems Analysis and Programming.


    Planning for Computer Security and Risk Management.

    Maneuver Control System (MCS) (LAN/WAN) Master Operator


    Anti-Virus Information Exchange Network (Founding member, Membership Committee, and Certification Project Lead), Association of Anti-Virus Asian researchers (since 1999), WildList reporter (Since 1998)

    American Legion (since 1994), Infraguard (Since 2002)


    Building, maintaining, programming, operating and designing IBM Computer Systems.

    Studying PC Security Threats, Back Packing, Wood Working, Hunting and Fishing

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