JOSEPH S R DE SARAM
JOSEPH S R DE SARAM
Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist
Архитектор информационной безопасности
مهندس أمن المعلومات
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with Expertise in the Field of
Information Security Architecture.
the Conceptualisation and Design of
Wide Area Distributed Systems
Advanced Neural Networks
and Strong Cryptographics.
Clients comprise those from
Aerospace & Defence
and Banking & Securities.
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ABOUT JOE

A Human Rights Activist with expansive conceptual abilities in Information Security.

Joseph S R de Saram has expertise in the fields of Information Security Architecture, Intelligence Analysis and Digital Forensics. Areas of specialisation include the conceptualisation and design of wide area distributed systems, advanced neural networks, and strong cryptographics. Proven thought leadership, business development and technical mindset have evolved over thirty years.

Competent hard-working and focussed, Joseph is able to optimise and greatly enhance existing methodologies by extremely rapid assimilation of new material and modification of structured procedures. He achieves organisational competency through enforcing tough deadlines and rationalisation, and motivating co-workers to optimum efficiency.

Furthermore Joseph’s successful implementation of complex projects from concept to delivery in terms of confidentiality, integrity and availability lead to significant improvement in the quality and performance of complex software algorithms.

JOSEPH S R DE SARAM   CISSP FBCS MIEEE MIScT MINCOSE MACS Snr CP

Information Security Architect ● אדריכל אבטחת מידע ● 信息安全建築師 ● Архитектор информационной безопасности ● مهندس أمن المعلومات

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INFORMATION SECURITY

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Core Information Security Competence

Applied Cryptography

Forensics & Law Enforcement

Distributed Architectures

Multidimensional Obfuscation

Operations Security

Advanced Neural Networks

Computational Infeasibility

InfoSec Overview

  • Communication & Network Security (1993-2019)
25yrs 06mths (306mths)
  • Security Architecture & Engineering (1993-2019)
25yrs 05mths (305mths)
  • Identity & Access Management (IAM) (1994-2019)
24yrs 02mths (290mths)
  • Security & Risk Management (1995-2019)
23yrs 07mths (283mths)
  • Security Operations (1993-2019)
25yrs 06mths (306mths)
  • Asset Security (1993-2019)
25yrs 04mths (304mths)
  • Security Assessment & Testing (1995-2019)
24yrs 00mths (288mths)
  • Software Development Security (1996-2019)
22yrs 11mths (275mths)

Information Architecture

  • Security Operations Architecture (1993-2019)
25yrs 06mths (306mths)
  • Security Architecture Modeling (1993-2019)
25yrs 05mths (305mths)
  • Identity & Access Management Architecture (1994-2019)
24yrs 07mths (295mths)
  • Architect for Governance, Compliance & Risk (1993-2019)
25yrs 03mths (303mths)
  • Infrastructure Security (1993-2019)
25yrs 04mths (304mths)
  • Architect for Application Security (1996-2019)
22yrs 11mths (275mths)

Project Management

  • Risk Management (1993-2019)
25yrs 07mths (307mths)
  • Contingency Management (1993-2019)
25yrs 06mths (306mths)
  • Leadership & Business Management (1995-2019)
23yrs 11mths (287mths)
  • Threat Intelligence & Incident Management (1993-2019)
25yrs 04mths (304mths)
  • Law, Ethics & Security Compliance (1994-2019)
24yrs 07mths (295mths)
  • Systems Lifecycle Management (1995-2019)
24yrs 00mths (288mths)

Systems Engineering Principles

  • Risk Management (1993-2019)
25yrs 07mths (307mths)
  • Security Planning, Design & Implementation (1993-2019)
25yrs 06mths (306mths)
  • Secure Operations, Maintenance & Disposal (1993-2019)
25yrs 05mths (305mths)
  • Systems Engineering Technical Management (1993-2019)
25yrs 04mths (304mths)

Programming Language Experience

  • PL/SQL
Procedural Language/SQL (2002-2019)
16yrs 11mths (203mths)
  • PASCAL
A high level programming lang (1982-1990)
08yrs 10mths (106mths)
  • COBOL
Common Business-Oriented Lang (1982-1990)
08yrs 10mths (106mths)
  • ALGOL
68 Algorithmic Language 1968 (1982-1985)
03yrs 08mths (44mths)
  • BASIC
Beginner's All-purpose Symb Ins (1982-2005)
23yrs 10mths (286mths)
  • FORTAN
77-90 Formula Translating Sys (1982-1990)
08yrs 09mths (105mths)
  • ADA
Used by US Dept of Defense (1982-1985)
03yrs 09mths (45mths)

Desktop OS Experience

  • Microsoft
MS-DOS 3.2 to Windows 10 (1992-2019)
26yrs 08mths (320mths)
  • BSD
OpenBSD 5.6 to 6.4 (2014-2019)
04yrs 11mths (59mths)
  • Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 3 U1 to 7.6 (2004-2019)
14yrs 11mths (179mths)
  • Acorn
MOS to RISC OS (1982-2005)
23yrs 10mths (286mths)
  • Apple
Mac OS 8.1 to 10.14.2 (1998-2019)
21yrs 00mths (252mths)
  • Oracle
Linux 6 to 7.6 (2014-2019)
04yrs 08mths (56mths)
  • Canonical
Ubuntu 9.04 tp 18.10 (2008-2019)
10yrs 07mths (127mths)
  • Unix
System II to System V R4 (1982-1991)
09yrs 09mths (117mths)

Mobile OS Experience

  • iPhone
OS 3.0 to iOS 12.1 (2009-2019)
09yrs 11mths (119mths)
  • Nokia
Series 60 to Nokia Belle (2000-2012)
13yrs 00mths (156mths)
  • Android
Donut 1.6 to Pie 9.0.0 (2009-2019)
09yrs 05mths (113mths)

Database Experience

  • Microsoft
SQL Server 2005 to 2017 (2005-2019)
14yrs 00mths (168mths)
  • ORACLE
Oracle 12c to 6i (1999-2017)
18yrs 11mths (227mths)
  • MYSQL
MySQL Classic (2004-2017)
13yrs 10mths (166mths)

Enterprise Resource Planning

  • SAP R/3 and R/3 Enterprise
Release 3.0F-4.6C / 4.70 (1997-2010)
  • mySAP Customer RM
CRM 3.0 / 3.1 / 4.0 (2002-2005)
  • mySAP Supply Chain Management
APO 3.1, SCM 4.0 / 4.1 (2002-2005)
  • mySAP Business Intelligence
BW 2.0B / 2.1 / 3.0A / 3.0B (2000-2005)
  • mySAP Financials
SEM-BW / SEM-BCS 3.1B-3.50 (2002-2005)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (SFIA 7)

SFIA describes skills and competencies required by professionals in roles involved in information and communication technologies, digital transformation and software engineering.

SFIA was formally launched in 2000 and its provenance can be traced back to the 1980s and a number of collaborative skills and competency projects. These led to the SFIA Framework and the formation of the SFIA Foundation which has become an international not-for-profit organisation that now brings together the global community to develop and maintain the SFIA Framework for the benefit of all.

SFIA has become the globally accepted common language for the skills and competencies related to information and communication technologies, digital transformation and software engineering.

SFIA remains a collaboration – it has been regularly updated through a global open consultation process. People with real practical experience of developing and managing skills/competencies in corporate, public sector and educational environments from all around the world, contribute to ensuring SFIA remains relevant and true. It is built by industry and business for industry and business.

It is these components that set SFIA apart from other frameworks and has resulted in its adoption by governments, corporates and individuals in almost 200 countries. Its unique and ongoing success can also be attributed to:

  • Built and owned by the global user community
  • Global collaborative development
  • Global governance and steering boards
  • A 20+ year provenance and track record of successful use
  • An established ecosystem and trusted infrastructure
  • A neutral approach – it is not aligned to any specific technologies, vendors or professional bodies
Strategy and Architecture
Information strategy
  • Enterprise IT governance
  • GOVN
  •     7
  • Strategic planning
  • ITSP
  •     7
  • Information governance
  • IRMG
  •    7
  • Information systems coordination
  • ISCO
  •  7
  • Information security
  • SCTY
  •         7
  • Information assurance
  • INAS
  •     7
  • Analytics
  • INAN
  •         7
  • Data visualisation
  • VISL
  •  5  
  • Information content publishing
  • ICPM
  •           6  
Advice and guidance
  • Consultancy
  • CNSL
  •     7
  • Specialist advice
  • TECH
  •     6  
Business strategy and planning
  • Demand management
  • DEMM
  •   6  
  • IT management
  • ITMG
  •     7
  • Financial management
  • FMIT
  •     6  
  • Innovation
  • INOV
  •     7
  • Research
  • RSCH
  •         6  
  • Business process improvement
  • BPRE
  •   6  
  • Knowledge management
  • KNOW
  •         6  
  • Enterprise and business architecture
  • STPL
  •     7
  • Business risk management
  • BURM
  •    7
  • Sustainability
  • SUST
  •     6  
Technical strategy and planning
  • Emerging technology monitoring
  • EMRG
  •     6  
  • Continuity management
  • COPL
  •   5    
  • Network planning
  • NTPL
  •   6  
  • Solution architecture
  • ARCH
  •     6  
  • Data management
  • DATM
  •         6  
  • Methods and tools
  • METL
  •       6  
CHANGE & TRANSFORMATION
BUSINESS CHANGE IMPLEMENTATION
  • Portfolio management
  • POMG
  •     7
  • Programme management
  • PGMG
  • 6  
  • Project management
  • PRMG
  •    7
  • Portfolio, programme & project support
  • PROF
  •         6  
Business change management
  • Business analysis
  • BUAN
  •       6  
  • Business modelling
  • BSMO
  •         6  
  • Requirements definition, management
  • REQM
  •         6  
  • Organisational capability development
  • OCDV
  •     7
  • Organisation design & implementation
  • ORDI
  •     7
  • Change implementation planning & mgt
  • CIPM
  •   6  
  • Business process testing
  • BPTS
  •     6  
  • Benefits management
  • BENM
  •   6  
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
  • Systems development management
  • DLMG
  •     7
  • Systems design
  • DESN
  •     6  
  • Software design
  • SWDN
  •         6  
  • Programming / Software development
  • PROG
  •         6  
  • Real-time / Embedded systems devel...
  • RESD
  •         6  
  • Animation development
  • ADEV
  •   4      
  • Data modelling and design
  • DTAN
  •       5    
  • Database design
  • DBDS
  •     5    
  • Network design
  • NTDS
  •   6  
  • Testing
  • TEST
  •           6  
  • Safety engineering
  • SFEN
  •       6  
  • Information content authoring
  • INCA
  •           6  
User experience
  • User research
  • URCH
  •       6  
  • User experience analysis
  • UNAN
  •     5    
  • User experience design
  • HCEV
  •       6  
  • User experience evaluation
  • USEV
  •       5    
Installation and integration
  • Systems integration and build
  • SINT
  •         6  
  • Porting / Software configuration
  • PORT
  •       6  
  • Hardware design
  • HWDE
  •     6  
  • Systems Inst / Decom
  • HSIN
  •         5    
DELIVERY AND OPERATION
Service design
  • Availability management
  • AVMT
  •     6  
  • Service level management
  • SLMO
  •       5    
Service transition
  • Service acceptance
  • SEAC
  •     6  
  • Configuration management
  • CFMG
  •         6  
  • Asset management
  • ASMG
  •         6  
  • Change management
  • CHMG
  •         6  
  • Release and deployment
  • RELM
  •       6  
Service operation
  • System software
  • SYSP
  •     5    
  • Capacity management
  • CPMG
  •     6  
  • Security administration
  • SCAD
  •           6  
  • Penetration testing
  • PENT
  •     6  
  • Radio frequency engineering
  • RFEN
  •         6  
  • Application support
  • ASUP
  •       5    
  • IT infrastructure
  • ITOP
  •       4      
  • Database administration
  • DBAD
  •       5    
  • Storage management
  • STMG
  •       6  
  • Network support
  • NTAS
  •       5    
  • Problem management
  • PBMG
  •     5    
  • Incident management
  • USUP
  •       5    
  • Facilities management
  • DCMA
  •       6  
Skills and quality
Skill management
  • Learning & development management
  • ETMG
  •         7
  • Competency assessment
  • LEDA
  •       6  
  • Learning design and development
  • TMCR
  •     5    
  • Learning delivery
  • ETDL
  •     5    
  • Teaching and subject formation
  • TEAC
  • 5    
People management
  • Performance management
  • PEMT
  •     6  
  • Resourcing
  • RESC
  •   5    
  • Professional development
  • PDSV
  •     6  
Quality and conformance
  • Quality management
  • QUMG
  •         7
  • Quality assurance
  • QUAS
  •       6  
  • Measurement
  • MEAS
  •       6  
  • Conformance review
  • CORE
  •       6  
  • Safety assessment
  • SFAS
  •   6  
  • Digital forensics
  • DGFS
  •     6  
Relationships and engagement
Stakeholder management
  • Sourcing
  • SORC
  •         6  
  • Supplier management
  • SUPP
  •         6  
  • Contract management
  • ITCM
  •     6  
  • Relationship management
  • RLMT
  •    7
  • Customer service support
  • CSMG
  •         5    
Sales and marketing
  • Marketing
  • MKTG
  •         6  
  • Selling
  • SALE
  •     6  
  • Sales support
  • SSUP
  •         5    
  • Product management
  • PROD
  •       6  
OPERATING SYSTEMS EXPERIENCE
  • Microsoft
Windows 10 to MS-DOS 3.2 (1992-2018)
  • Unix
System III to System V R4 (1982-1991)
  • Canonical
Ubuntu 9.04 (2008-2010)
  • BSD
OpenBSD 5.6 to 6.0 (2014-2018)
  • Oracle
Linux 6 to 7.3 (2014-2018)
  • Acorn
MOS to RISC OS (1982-2005)
  • Red Hat
Enterprise Linux (2004-2018)
  • Apple
Mac OS 8.1 to 10.12.2 (1981-2018)
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE
  • PL/SQL
[Procedural Language/Structured Query Lang] (2002-2018)
  • ALGOL
68 [Algorithmic Language 1968] (1982-1985)
  • ADA
[used by United States Department of Defense] (1982-1985)
  • PASCAL
[a high level programming language] (1982-1990)
  • BASIC
[Beginner’s All-purpose Symb Inst Code] (1982-2005)
  • COBOL
[Common Business-Oriented language] (1982-1990)
  • FORTRAN
Ubuntu 9.04 (2008-2010)
MOBILE OS EXPERIENCE
  • iPhone
OS 3.0 to iOS 9.2.1 (2009-2018)
  • Nokia
Series 60 (2000-2012)
  • Android
Donut 1.6 to Nougat 7.1 (2009-2018)
DATABASE EXPERIENCE
  • Microsoft
SQL Server 2005 to 2016 (2005-2018)
  • MYSQL
MySQL Classic (2004-2018)
  • ORACLE
Oracle 12c to 6i (1999-2018)
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
  • SAP R/3 and R/3 Enterprise
Release 3.0F-4.6C (1997-2010), Release 4.70 (2002-2010)
  • mySAP Customer RM
CRM 3.0/3.1/4.0 (2002-2005)
  • mySAP Supply Chain Management
APO 3.1 (2002-2005), SCM 4.0/4.1 (2004-2005)
  • mySAP Business Intelligence
BW 2.0B/2.1C/3.0A/3.0B (2000-2005)
  • mySAP Financials
SEM-BW 3.1B-3.50 (2002-2005), SEM-BCS 3.1B-3.50 (2002-2005)

HUMAN RIGHTS

Joseph de Saram has always promoted and campaigned for the the Fundamental Human Rights and freedoms that humans are entitled to. A human rights activist typically brings out the various human rights violations in the public domain and campaigns to restore these rights. Since the late 1990s my focus has been cryptographic projects involving:-
Article 12
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
Article 19
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
After the [Political] Psychiatric Fraud of 2015, Joseph truly understood the significance of:-
Article 3
Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.
Article 5
No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
Article 8
Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.
Article 9
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.
Selected articles include:-

Cellular Interception EXPOSED

Joseph de Saram has always promoted and campaigned for the the Fundamental Human Rights and freedoms that humans are entitled to. A human rights activist typically brings out the various human rights violations in the public domain and campaigns to restore these rights. Since the late 1990s my focus has been cryptographic projects involving:-
Selected articles include:-

Military Intelligence Exposed

Joseph de Saram has always promoted and campaigned for the the Fundamental Human Rights and freedoms that humans are entitled to. A human rights activist typically brings out the various human rights violations in the public domain and campaigns to restore these rights. Since the late 1990s my focus has been cryptographic projects involving:-
Selected articles include:-

Law Enforcement Exposed

Joseph de Saram has always promoted and campaigned for the the Fundamental Human Rights and freedoms that humans are entitled to. A human rights activist typically brings out the various human rights violations in the public domain and campaigns to restore these rights. Since the late 1990s my focus has been cryptographic projects involving:-
Selected articles include:-