Chapter Business Meeting Slides: 2020-12-16 Membership Meeting
Speaker Slides: Least Privilege with PowerShell JEA
Topic: PowerShell JEA
PowerShell JEA allows us Systems Administrators to empower our fellow admins, developers, and security personal to accomplish what they need to on our systems. Give them just enough administrative permissions to accomplish their duties without interrupting your day or night. This talk shows how to assign roles and give the appropriate permissions to those roles.
Speaker: James Honeycutt
James is a dedicated cybersecurity professional who enjoys scripting and participating in capture the flags. He has served over 20 years in the military in various technical and leadership positions. He is part of a Cyber Protection Team and serve as the Microsoft Windows Expert. In past assignments, he served as the OIC (Officer in Charge) of both the battalion IT shop and brigade logistics IT shop, he was the “technology adviser to the Commander”. He has also served as a systems administrator, helpdesk manager, and classroom support tech. Some of his additional duties included being an Information Assurance Manager Alternate and Network Admin backup.
James is working as a SANs Mentor and TrilogyEd TA. For SANs, he is mentoring SEC505 (Securing Windows and PowerShell Automation) and SEC511 (Continuous Monitoring and Security Operations) and for TrilogyEd, He is TA’ing a Cyber Security Bootcamp
During his career, James has been known as the “go-to guy” for IT questions and problems by his directors, commanders, and peers. He has received numerous awards for his work and knowledge, to include several Meritorious Service Medals and Company Grade Officer of the Year for the state of Arkansas. He has a Bachelors of Science in Management in Information Systems. James holds the following certifications: CISSP, VCP5-DCV, GWAPT, GPYC, GMON, GCWN, GPEN, GCIA, GCIH, GCFA, GSEC, GSNA, SEC +, C|EH