Technical Writing, Procedure Documentation, IT Security Policy, Product Analysis
Technology topics including Linux, Identity Access Management, Security Patching, Risk Management. Consumer technology including cord-cutting, home networking, Wi-Fi.
In order to expand his experience, Christopher completed his Bachelor's degree in a non-technical field of study. This provides an additional perspective beyond the technical facets on a given subject.
Christopher has had an interest in IT since his youth, and took advantage of the then available educational opportunity to study programming and how to use the emerging field of data processing for business support.
Christopher has written and delivered both policy and procedure documentation in several areas, including security patch management, Identity and Access Management (IAM), Risk and Issue Management to name a few. For the last several years, writing was done as an employee of IBM, and is retained by IBM as proprietary information. However, a sample is provided based on fictitious details.
Christopher has written and delivered presentations on a many topics and for various audiences, including C-Suite executives and Auditors, as well as technical System Administrators. Topics range from explaining support and security procedures to the life-cycle of security vulnerabilities from detection to remediation. For the last several years, writing was done as an employee of IBM, and is retained by IBM as proprietary information. However, a sample is provided based on fictitious details.