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Wing Commander Jaykumar Angel Reuben

Service No & Branch 24808 AE(L)
Date of Birth: Commissioned: 22 Nov 1997 Course: 52 AEC Course
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Wg Cdr : 22 Nov 2009
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Awards and Decorations

Number of Awards: 1
Vishist Seva Medal
Wg CdrJaykumar Angel Reuben24808 AE(L)Award Date 26 Jan 2016Announced 26 Jan 2016
Details : Wing Commander J Angel Reuben (24808) was commissioned in the Indian Air Force as an engineer in the Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics) branch on 24 Nov 97 and is presently working as Joint Director Operations (Information Warfare) at Air Headquarters since 24 Apr 1l. He has held important appointments like System Administrator at an Air Force Station, Command Information Technology Officer (CITO),IT Advisor to Botswana Defence Force, Project Officer - Campus Area Network (CAN) at Directorate of Information Technology (DIT) etc. While posted at HQ MC, he conceived and implemented automation of mail delivery to desktop PCs that brought down the manning requirement from 75 to 15 air warriors at the tele-printer cabin. He, while on deputation to Botswana Defence Force successfully made non-functional ERP software functional at their workshop. He was instrumental in speedy implementation of CAN through planning and innovative field trials while at DIT. He was commended by AOC-in- C, MC for his ingenuity in maintaining high serviceability of IMMOLS network by retrieving salvaged network components. He is a Certified Forensics Investigator, Globally Certified Incident Handler and Forensics Analyst. During his present tenure, the officer has designed and implemented a system for round the clock monitoring for detection of cyber breaches. He has been instrumental in plugging numerous cyber security loopholes. He has aided· other government agencies in successfully resolving a number of cases relating to cyber security. The officer with his domain knowledge, has been able to identify malware and has shared this knowledge with other government organizations, thus contributing towards improving the national cyber security posture. The officer has also involved in security evaluation of new software and hardware inductions in the IAF and has identified and helped mitigate security vulnerabilities. The Officer is an epitome of dedication, involvement, and creative thinking. For distinguished service of a high order, Hon'ble President is pleased to award Vishisht Seva Medal to Wing Commander J Angel Reuben.
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