Starting with low bit rate video and image compression technology engineering, I evolved through web application development, and server-side code integration code. Then I got into securing the systems, databases, and applications I wrote. These days I am working for a company in the legal drug business (Bristol-Myers Squibb) as an Information Security Manager, and still think (nearly 3 years on) it's a a lot better than unemployment.

Most likely to say: I don't know how to do it but I'll find out.
Least likely to say: It can't be done.

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Manager of systems and processes for mitigating risk to information systems. Project Manager for several security projects.
Strong open-source technology expertise, especially Linux, Perl and security scanners.
Active in Princeton area Linux and MacIntosh user groups (LUG/IP and PMUG) and open source community.
Contributor to Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN) (Logfile::SmartFilter module).
Author of Perl programming articles: Camel POOP
Advisor on IM projects: identify potential risks and define appropriate mitigation strategies which could include hardware, software, and/or procedural security changes.