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J-J-J-JEA Power - James Honeycutt (BSidesCharm 2019) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

J-J-J-JEA Power

James Honeycutt

BSidesCharm 2019
http://www.bsidescharm.com

PowerShell JEA allows us Systems Administrators to empower our fellow admins, developers,and security personal to accomplish what they need to on our systems. Give them just enough administrative permissions to accomplish their duties without interrupting your day or night. This talk shows how to assign roles and give the appropriate permissions to those roles.

James currently works as a Cyber Operation Technician for the Maryland National Guard. His main function is to work with local defenders to make their networks more secure. James has served in the Military for 21 years. He has served in various positions with in a Windows environment, with his last assignment being a Systems Administrator for a small organization. He also had additional duties of being the alternate Information Assurance Manager and Network Administrator. James enjoys scripting and PowerShell so much that he became the admin that created the automation tools for the Sysadmin team. He is also a SANs Mentor for SEC505; Securing Windows and Automating with PowerShell. James has a bachelor's degree in Management in Information Systems and is currently in the process of completing his MBA with an emphasis in Information Technology Management. He is a graduate of the Army's 255-S school and hold the CISSP, 7 SANs Certifications (GSNA, GPEN, GCIA, GCWN, GCIH, GCFA, GSEC) , C|EH and VMWare VCP5-DCV. James enjoys giving back to the community by volunteering at schools and presenting the ISC2 Safe and Secure Online presentation to school aged children.

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