Robert Johnston

Providing Professional IT Service Since 1982


October, 2014
The CISSP was the first credential in the field of information security, accredited by the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) to ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Standard 17024:2003. CISSP certification is not only an objective measure of excellence, but a globally recognized standard of achievement.

January 23, 2011
To support our emergency communications partners by promoting a standard for training and certification of amateur radio operators.

American Red Cross - Disaster Services
June 18, 2009

FEMA - Framework, NIMS, ICS
May - June 2009
NIMS provides a consistent nationwide framework and approach to enable government at all levels (Federal, State, tribal, and local), the private sector, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to work together to prepare for, prevent, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the effects of incidents regardless of the incident’s cause, size, location, or complexity.

FCC - Ham Technician License
May 8, 2009
The amateur and amateur-satellite services are for qualified persons of any age who are interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without pecuniary interest. These services present an opportunity for self-training, intercommunication, and technical investigations.

Cyber Security Institute - Computer Forensics Fundamentals
November 15, 2009

Community Emergency Response Team
May 13, 2009
To lessen the impact of disasters on our Hillsboro community through preparedness and training.

DoD - Top Secret w/ SSBI Clearance
March 3, 1993

Novell - CNA
May 8, 1995
Certified Novell Administrators (CNAs) provide companies direct support for software users in various work environments, including professional offices and small businesses, workgroups or departments, and corporate information services (IS).

Microsoft MCP
January 29, 1996

AST Computer - Service Training

USN - WWMCCS Operator
July 1, 1988
The Worldwide Military Command and Control System (or WWMCCS) was a military command and control system implemented for the command and control of the United States military. It was created in the days following the Cuban Missile Crisis. WWMCCS (pronounced "wimex") was a system of systems that encompassed the elements of warning, communications, data collection and processing, executive decision making tools and supporting facilities.

USN - MilNet Admin
July 1, 1988
In computer networking, MILNET (Military Network) was the name given to the part of the ARPANET internetwork designated for unclassified United States Department of Defense traffic.

USN - DDN Admin
July 1, 1988
The Defense Data Network (DDN) was a separate instantiation of the ARPANET used by the United States Department of Defense from 1983-1995 for its Internet services. The DDN began as the MILNET, a network formed in 1983 when military sites split off the public ARPANET.[1] As a large-scale, private internet, the DDN provided Internet Protocol connectivity across the United States and to US military bases abroad. Throughout the 1980s it expanded as a set of four parallel military networks, each at a different security level. These networks transitioned to become the NIPRNET, SIPRNET, and JWICS networks in the 1990s.

DoD - Top Secret Clearance
July 1, 1988
Top Secret is a more stringent clearance. A Top Secret, or "TS", clearance, is often given as the result of a Single Scope Background Investigation, or SSBI. Top Secret clearances, in general, afford one access to data that affects national security, counterterrorism/counterintelligence, or other highly sensitive data. There are far fewer individuals with TS clearances than Secret clearances.

USN - Data Processor
November 1983

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