Anastasia Hudman


I am a U.S. citizen seeking a cybersecurity position in an area such as network security, penetration testing, vulnerability assessment, mitigation, IT infrastructure, and other analytic roles.


M.S. in Computer Science, Information Assurance Domain
GPA: 3.90
University of Texas at Dallas, May 2018

B.S. in Software Engineering, Information Assurance Domain
GPA: 3.78, Cum Laude
University of Texas at Dallas, December 2016

Certificate in Information Assurance
University of Texas at Dallas, December 2016

Honors and Awards:

  • NSF Sponsored CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service
  • Dean's List
  • Top 10% Scholarship

Technical Skills

Programming Languages:     Java, C++, C, MIPS (Assembly)
Modeling Languages:            UML, EER
Operating Systems:               Windows, Mac OS, CentOS, SIFT Workstation, Kali Linux
Software:                               Volatility, Rekall, EnCase, AccessData FTK, AccessData FTK Imager,                                                   Bulk Extractor, VMware Workstation, Sequel Pro, IBM RSA, NetBeans                                                   IDE, JavaFX, Microsoft Visual Studio IDE

Relevant Coursework

Network Security
Information Security
Data and Applications Security
Intelligent Cybersecurity Tools
Digital Forensics
Database Design
Computer Networks
Advanced Operating Systems Concepts
C & C++ Programming in a UNIX Environment
Data Structures & Algorithmic Analysis
Software Engineering Project
Software Testing
Software Architecture & Design
Requirements Engineering
Software Project Planning & Management
Software Engineering
Computer Architecture
Computer Science II (Java Programming)
Computer Science I (C++ Programming)

Academic Projects

Poster Presentation — Women in Cybersecurity Conference, Tucson, AZ

  • Hudman, A. and Thompson, C. (2017). Rubber Duckies & Candy Drops: The Art of Social Engineering
  • Examined potential dangers of keystroke injection platforms used in social engineering

Library Management System

  • Designed a complete Library Management System involving thousands of existing records of books, hundreds of user accounts, and multiple library branches.
  • The application allowed librarians to check book availability, modify user accounts, and check books in and out.
  • Incorporated a JavaFX user interface and MySQL database.

Multi-Client Server File Hosting Application

  • Worked with a partner to create a multi-client server file hosting application utilizing sockets and threads in Java.
  • The server allowed clients to add, remove, or retrieve files collaboratively.

Extracurricular Activities

UT Dallas Computer Security Group
Vice President Spring 2016, Secretary Fall 2015

  • Coordinated with companies and other student organizations to organize computer security events and activities for students.
  • Helped organize and create challenges for a Capture the Flag (CTF) Competition in order to introduce freshmen to computer security.
  • Volunteered at the Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference in Spring 2016

Hardware Experience

  • Built high-end computers capable of graphics intensive processes after researching and selecting specific parts.

Language Skills

  • Russian - Native Speaker
  • Spanish - 3 years of experience