Jaswant Pakki

Passionate about application and network security.

www.jaswantpakki.com

jpakki1@asu.edu
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Education

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University,
Tempe, AZ

Barrett, The Honors College

GPA: 3.60
Honors: Cum Laude, Dash Scholar
Thesis: Can You Mix It? An Analysis of Bitcoin Mixers

Publications

Employment

Raytheon | Cybersecurity Engineer II

Dulles, VA

Arizona State University | Graduate Research Assistant

Tempe, Arizona

Continuation of undergraduate blockchain security research under the direction of Dr. Adam Doupé and Dr. Yan Shoshitaishvili. Research methods to deanonymize cryptocurrency mixing through .onion hidden services.

Boeing Company | Network Security Specialist Intern

Bellevue, Washington

Developing automated tools for Palo Alto Firewall device management in Python 3. Improving firewall security and efficiency against Denial of Service attacks by updating Boeing's standards and configuring firewalls to include Packet Buffer Protection. Implementing IPSec tunnels between Palo Alto Firewall devices.

Boeing Company | Global IT Infrastructure Services Intern

St. Louis, MO

Member of Major Incident Management (MIM) and Enterprise Problem Management (EPM). Facilitated technical calls to find solutions to high severity major incidents (network and application outages). Conducted root cause analysis on major incidents to improve efficiency and effectiveness in IT processes and methods.

State Farm | Software Development Co-op

Tempe, AZ

Successfully completed assigned tickets on VersionOne requiring AuthN maintenance and OAuth 2.0 implementation using Java while maintaining acceptable code coverage. • Created automated scans using Jenkins for NIQS, Checkmarx, and Sonar reports to find vulnerabilities in projects that handle about 65 million logins per day.

State Farm | IT/Systems Intern

Tempe, AZ

Contributed to Core Computing Solutions Authentication Team through project using GitLab, Java, and JUnit Testing. Established strong understanding of Agile Methodologies and OAuth 2.0 grant types and flows.

Involvement

Pwndevils, ASU

Collaborating with fellow cybersecurity students and learning to participate in Capture the Flag competitions. Expanding my knowledge of Linux commands to exploit vulnerabilities in systems via hands-on war game exercises.

Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, ASU

Selected to conduct university-funded research with Dr. Adam Doupe in blockchain security.

Fulton Ambassador, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Serve as leader/ambassador for Fulton Schools to support outreach.

Software Developers Association, ASU

Collaborate and express passion for software development through tech talks and coding competitions.

Skills

Languages

  Python, Bash, PowerShell, Java

  C++, SQL

  HTML/CSS3, C, Javascript

Security

Linux, Powershell, Wireshark, NMAP, TCP/IP, hping3, Metasploit, Threat Modeling, Software-Defined Networking, Ethical Hacking Fundamentals, Web Security, ProDiscover, Nessus

Software Development

GitHub, JUnit Testing, Maven, Jenkins, EclEmma, Jira, VersionOne, Agile Methodologies, Spring Tool Suite, Node.js

Notable Courses

Computer and Network Forensics, Information Assurance and Security, Advanced Network Security, Data Visualization

Arizona State University

Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking

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