Ben Eriksson
Final Year Cyber, Computing Security & Forensics Student
South West / Midlands, United Kingdom
Seeking opportunities starting May/2020
Education
University of Gloucestershire
September 2017 - May 2020 | Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK
Cyber, Computing Security & Forensics (Bsc Hons)
Skills & Interests
Infastructure as a Service (IaaS) Exposure
AWS EC2, GCP Compute, Azure & Office 365, Scaleway Technologies.
DevOps and CI Operations
Ansible, Git, Docker, Kubernetes.
Linux-Variant Experience
Management of web & misc services on Debian-based & CentOS flavours.
Infastructural Maintainance & Networking
Service delivery for both virtualised/hybrid Windows & Linux domain (VMware vSphere & Proxmox)
Penetration Testing & Enumeration
Host fingerprinting, vulnerability analysis, forensic investigation incl. file carving, network and malware analysis
IT Service Management
ITIL Foundation 2017 (Bcs)
Experience
Volunteer Operational First Aider
November 2019 - Current | St John Ambulance
Delivering first aid services and cover to high-profile events, working effectively with colleagues to ensure safe, correct delivery of the correct decisions within regards to wellbeing under intense scenarios.
Events Safety Steward
October 2018 - November 2019 | Carlisle Support Services
Providing customer safety at large venues alongside colleagues, via security access as well as drinks control, utilising conflict-management skills.
Level 3 IT Apprentice
August 2015 - September 2017 | Milton Keynes Educational Trust.
Service delivery of day-to-day operations to a large multi-site organisation, providing training as well as facilitating support via telephony and ticketing helpdesk.
Projects
Applying Machine Learning to the Classification of Malware
University Dissertation project
Implementing Machine Learning models to collate, organise and process "big data" in the aims of detecting zero-day Malware based upon previously learnt behaviour.
UoG First Aid Society
President
Working with other Societies, as well as instrumental Borough bodies such as emergency services to introduce first aid training to Students and the wider community, amongst volunteering.
UoG Defcon
Technical Lead
Developing a highly-scalable, ultra portable, hassle free Capture The Flag framework back-end focused for use by Students, along with integrating with course materials for Comp Sci. Students @ UoG.
Languages
English
Native