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Keason Lee (Drawdy) Keason Tanner a.k.a (Simon Jorgenson) is a 44 year old technology professional and former [Black hat hacker], who is now a successful business entrepreneur who lives and works in [Chicago Illinois]. He has a Master's degree in Computer Science from [Florida State University] (Class of 1996). Keason has two children and has been happily married to his wife Pam for twenty-six years. Keason was born in Columbia South Carolina and was raised in [Jacksonville, Florida] along with his brothers. Chris, Marshall.

He earned a Master's degree in Computer Science from Florida State University in 1996 and presently works as a consultant/web engineer/software developer. He has also been acting as a security engineer and consultant with USCERT since for the past ten years. He also currently serves as a personal consultant to W Harper [Hedge Fund] securing infrastructure. In this capacity, Keason demonstrates an understanding of complex protocols and transmission entities including DBS/DFM and Forward E- Correction mathematical solutions.

Keason's fascination with the Internet and computers played an integral part in shaping his career path. Keason now has high level federal confidential security clearance (DOE). Keason's previous experience working with clustered networks/server farms makes him an asset to any company in the field of computer science and beyond. Similarly, Keason's proficiency of Apache Servers/Advanced Configuration Standards & Security makes him a valuable asset to any corporation.

He is proficient in numerous computer operating systems (OS) and communication protocols including LTE (4G) and Microsoft systems. Keason's technological expertise has allowed him to be successful at a variety of jobs in the field of computer science and technology such as Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator: Messaging/E-mail (MCSA:M), Microsoft Certified Network Protocol Specialist (MCNPS), Microsoft Certified Product Specialist (MCPS), Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), VMware Certified Professional (VCP4), and VMware Certified Professional (VCP5).

Keason has a Series 7 license (valid until February 24, 2022). He is also a web developer and web security expert. He has technical expertise in a numerous other sub-categories of in the field of computer science. Keason is an expert in [bit-coin] cryptography. He's also demonstrated expertise in the area known as Dark/Web/Deep Web (.onion).

Keason has served as a Cloud Computing designer and consultant. He has worked as both a Unix and Linux administrator. But Keason's professional and technical expertise does not end there. He has been an IDL programmer as well as a developer for various software platforms and mobile apps (Joomla!, .onion, IOS, and [Android].)

Keason is a well-versed in a variety of technical tools and applications related to the field of computer science. He would be a valuable addition to any technical team because of his mastery of API Integration and Joomla CMS. He is also an expert in search-engine optimization (SEO) and often serves as a consultant in this capacity. Keason also has expertise in web security, mobile applications, and Cloud computing. He also has experience working with Adobe Flash UX and user experience (UX) design. Keason has also worked with Adaptive Responsive Design and Wire-frame and modeling.

Cellular technology is an important aspect of the [computer science] field. Keason is adept at utilizing many forms of [cellular telephony] including GSM-PCS. He is also proficient in [Evolution] (LTE) technology and is an HSPA expert. Keason is also well-versed in the operation of voip fiber high speed networks and advanced microprocessors. If you need assistance solving problems with compromised servers, Keason is qualified to do that as well.

He also has comprehensive knowledge of the bit-coin protocol and [Sigint & advanced countermeasures]. Keason also has experience working with network administration and problem-solving as well as quantum computing/theory.

Career: In the past Keason has also worked in various other similar jobs including Director of Digital Media at A & A Associates in Miami Florida. He also worked as a [cryptography] engineer for NDS Israel from 1998-2001. Keason also served as the Digital Media Director of SMG Chicago for six years (2006-2012).

Currently, Keason owns a [security] and full service's company in Chicago and leads as a senior consultant with a Software company in Chicago, IL and also mentors young programmers and [white hat hackers] to learn the basics and advanced sciences with modern computing.

Personal Life Keason has been married for 26 years to his wife Pamela. Keason has two children one boy and one girl. Keason's mother passed away in 1985 and his father currently lives in Jacksonville, FL.

Early Years Keason discovered early that his fascination with computers were something that he wanted to pursue as a lifelong intrest. Growing up in the south in the 80's presented Keason with obstacles since computers and IT were not that relevant in the south. Keason was an amateur DJ and learned to play classical and formal piano at the age of 8. He was formally adopted by Thelma and David Tanner his adopted parents in 1983 and Keason took the name "Tanner" to add some normalcy to his name and life.

Smart Cards Keason was a cryptography engineer at NDS and was a key [consultant] in the "black Sunday" event that [DirecTV] sent down

Hacking Keason was one of the original members of the notorious hacking crew called the [phrozen crew] who was known to crack software in the 1990's.

Currently, Keason enjoys a restful and peaceful life with his family and friends in Chicago and continues to learn and teach cutting edge technology to new students and existing clients in business.

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