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Jonathan Collins

Incident Response Analyst, IBM

    At IBM Jonathan has been actively involved in end-to-end incident response, including forensic support and analysis on client engagements. His work has also been focused on the development of computer security incident response plans for numerous clients, reviews of existing plans, and the delivery of mock incident tabletops. His initial knowledge in the information technology field was obtained through intensive study in telecommunications, forensics and network security yielding a post-graduate university certificate in these subjects. In addition, he has obtained the industry recognized EnCE, CEH, CCNA and Security+ certifications. During his past employment he gained experience in a series of emergency preparedness projects. Prior to that, he was employed for several years in Europe working in logistics and sales in the commodities sector for a major Italian company. He holds additional degrees in International Security Politics and Middle East Studies. He speaks, reads and writes fluent Italian, French, and Hebrew and has an excellent knowledge of Arabic.

    Written By Jonathan Collins

    What a WWII Mathematician Might See When Looking at Your Critical IT Assets

    Instead of pouring resources into total security, professionals should focus on protecting critical IT assets and strengthening their weak spots.

    Enhancing Incident Response: The Role of Strategic Partners in Your Security Posture

    Strategic relationships may be an organization's principal source for obtaining essential artifacts in incident response investigations.