Robert discovered, early on, that his passion for the field of Information Technology centers on Information Security. He has acquired 10 years of experience in the IT industry and hasn’t looked back. Starting out with a diploma in Graphic Design and Advertising, Robert has since developed some keen leadership and project management skills that have brought him success in a number of diverse projects. Robert’s career has brought him experience in the financial services industry, along with a wide-ranging involvement that has contributed to his adaptable expertise in the field of security.
Robert’s solid Project Management skills provide a strong foundation for the successful implementation of his technical expertise. His broad technological knowledge has served him well in his roles as an Information Security Analyst, Project Manager and a Performance Planning Specialist. His security work has proved invaluable through his abilities in Vulnerability and Penetration Testing, Computer Forensics, Corporate Compliance and Business Continuity Disaster Recovery amongst many of Robert’s other diverse skills.
Robert thrives under the responsibility of testing and maintaining security, designing and implementing new systems while constantly evolving his skills through an ongoing research into the newest developments in technology and the ways in which they can benefit the business. Robert’s work is as detailed and dependable as his character. From monitoring employees to collaborating with other consultants, Robert’s work is on point and involving. Robert lives in Southern Ontario with his daughter and his cat.
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The DIY Guide to Home Wi-Fi
by Robert Greene
You should be able to fix your wi-fi. You can fix this yourself. You know that after speaking with the cable/ISP representative for 45 seconds the problem will be fixed. You shouldn’t need to go thought all of that to fix your service. Millions of people have this problem. After today you don’t be, It will be the last time you have to deal with the aforementioned problem.
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