Excellent communication skills in English; actively learning French.

Proven interpersonal skills, with the ability to work efficiently both as a team player and independently.

Passionate about challenging problem-solving and capable of working under pressure with tight deadlines.

Proficient in using software such as Installing and Configuring:

Microsoft and Linux Server Platforms, VMware Enterprise Level Products, Mikrotik, Kerio Products, Mdaemon Mail Server, HP Servers, IBM Servers, Veeam Enterprise Backup Solution, Issabel VOIP Server, Network-Based Security Cameras, NETBOX, KNX Building Management System, Akuvox Smart Intercom Solutions, Cisco R&S, Fortigate & Fortiswitch, TSPLUS, Docker, Microsoft System Center, Zabbix, PI-Signage, TrueNAS, Proxmox, SAN & NAS technology to perform in-depth Computer network administrators/technicians.

I am not very old to give you stories about computers in the seventies. I was born in the early eighties and my first experience with computers was related to Commodore 64, Amiga, and then ATx86 with an old OS and program style. In the mid-nineties at high school, I realized that I was really interested in computers and networking, although it was boring those days!
I sent my first packet over the Internet by means of Gopher (RFC1436) with my low-speed long-distance dial-up connection and I had no idea how the other side was working, that made my attention to computer networks more attractive, and my curiosity increased. Besides, I always believe that since I was born on World Telecommunication Day, I am so interested in this industry. So, with the help of my computer science teacher in high school, I started reading some computer network books published by the Tehran Institute of Technology.
In the summer of 1999, I didn’t have any hub or switch devices or even an extra computer to make a suitable home network lab for practical testing, so I enrolled in computer network classes at the Tehran Institute of Technology, thankfully, I met Mr. Amir Amirchoupani, the respected professor and, after a while, I could become his privileged student. I not only helped him in teaching as a laboratory officer, but I could also be a trainee in his personal projects.
After passing my first courses on Microsoft NT4 Server and windows server 2000 I just realized that the Internet is built on top of Unix systems! In the late nineties, With the opportunity that Mr. Amirchoupani gave me, I was able to participate as one of his technicians in his group in designing and implementing some of the BBS and ISP company’s networks. Some of which are still in business like Neda Rayaneh. Moving forward to 2000, I implemented one of the first professional networkers in Iran. In 1999, I joined the computer network market as a self-employed network Dept. Manager. After struggling with running some complicated governmental network projects, I found myself in the middle of many projects as a member of a great and professional team and I learned with their help what the meaning of teamwork is and by utilizing teamwork, how fast I can work and even the carefulness of how to do it. What I really enjoy doing throughout my life is starting my day at the monitor screen and spending all day long managing diverse services remotely. Those days I didn’t have enough experience regarding security as a most important factor in network and security practices may not top of the “what I love about my job” list every day, but after some time working in this industry also struggled with some threats, I realized that it is a different story between the thrill of building systems to protect data and keeping up with an ever-changing landscape, Network security professionals face new challenges daily and are never finished with their to-do lists. That’s how I am amused every day.
It was during those days that I found out why the security of information technology is the most crucial factor in this field. Computer security is a high priority in every sector of the economy. The threat of hackers is real, and computer security specialists need to stay one step ahead. Without adequate security, a company’s networks can be compromised or shut down. Security breaches can be dangerous and costly. There is no doubt about it: Computer networking and security specialists are part of an essential field.
And that made me complete my self-study on network security more seriously, and besides, I attended several training sessions and workshops.
Without a doubt, I learned the main points from each project that I had before as a network administrator and I am sure they are the main reasons to help to find my way in this field, I learned You can get trained without going to a four-year college, IT skills are valuable in every industry, good working environment, people will appreciate you and technology isn’t going away. Finally, I love working in network security because it truly is a meaningful job, protecting networks from threat actors who want to take and grab your data. Waking up every day and coming to work to do your mission like a soldier and fighting with your enemies to protect something that is important to you has an enthusiastic sense that helps me to feel awesome and satisfied.