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13378 Calle Colina, Poway, CA 92064    858-6737244    858-4856060   

Philadelphia, PA   

Alpharetta, GA   

San Diego, CA   

13378 Calle Colina, Poway, CA 92064    858-3448610   

Work

Position: Sales Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Emails

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Donovan White

Work:
Apple Bees Dec 2014 to 2000
Line Cook/Prep
Macys - Cherry Hill, NJ Oct 2012 to Dec 2012
Driver Helper
Floor Recovery Oct 2011 to Dec 2012
Sales Associate
Vector Marketing - Cherry Hill, NJ Jul 2011 to Aug 2011 Warehouse Specialist - Burlington, NJ Jan 2008 to Mar 2008 Champs Sneaker Store - Burlington, NJ Aug 2007 to Mar 2008
Sales Representative
Education:
College Of Technology 2008 to 2010
Health Information Technology
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Donovan White - Athens, GA

Work:
Shiloh Industries Mar 2014 to Aug 2014
Press Line Assistant/Spot Welder
Kubota Industrial Equipment Feb 2014 to Mar 2014
Assembly Technician
Q-Spex Technologies Nov 2012 to Jul 2013
Production Technician
Smash Burger Jun 2011 to Sep 2012
Assistant Manager
Kroger Oct 2010 to May 2011
Drug GM Associate
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Donovan White

Location:
United States
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Donovan White

Location:
United States

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Mr. Donovan White
President
Wright Guard Security, Inc.
GPS Tracking Systems
Burglar Alarm Systems - Dealers. Monitoring & Service. Security Systems Consultants
1580 Sawgrass Corporate Pkwy, Suite 130, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33323
954-9819800, 954-8387746
Donovan O. White
Director
Wright Guard Security Inc
Donovan Steve White
Managing
Whitech Consulting LLC 100 W Broadway, Glendale, CA 91210
13378 Calle Colina, Poway, CA 92064

Publications

Us Patents

Network Security System And Method

US Patent:
8127346, Feb 28, 2012
Filed:
Jun 29, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/826501
Inventors:
Robert T. Kulakowski - Rancho Santa Fe CA,
Donovan Steve White - Poway CA,
Assignee:
Verimatrix, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
H04L 29/06
US Classification:
726 10, 726 2, 726 3, 726 5, 726 9
Abstract:
In a security system for network communications with client devices, each client device has a communication module for communicating with at least one server over a network, a data storage module for storing one or more covert data values of one or more operational events at the client device, and a covert identifier generating module which creates at least one covert identifier based on the stored covert data values. The covert identifier is provided in one or more network messages to the server, or otherwise sent to the service provider, and may be provided in response to a specific request received over the network, or routinely in one or more messages normally involved in network communications. The server compares covert identifiers received from client devices having the same client identifier in order to detect possible clones.

Cable Television Secure Communication System For One Way Restricted

US Patent:
8503675, Aug 6, 2013
Filed:
Feb 24, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/599499
Inventors:
William D. Bauer - Gering NE,
Donovan Steve White - Poway CA,
David W. Eder - Bozeman MT,
Assignee:
Beyond Broadband Technology, LLC - Tyler TX
International Classification:
H04N 7/167
US Classification:
380210, 725 26, 380281, 380284
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus permit a one-way downloadable security for electronic signals such as cable television, free-to-air, direct broadcast satellite, electronic device enablement, and other services. The system can allow a broadcast transmission capability () to provide an encrypted signal to an individual reception capability () in a manner that maintains the full security of a traditional decryption key process while completely eliminating any need for a trusted authority. By including a nascent decryption key generator that may create a secure, key-based environment from an unsecure individualized information transmission (), a sequence of key(s) from a root key(s) to a derived key(s) to a temporary key(s) and ultimately to a fully random key(s) can be generated in activating a device or a decryption capability for a subscriber.

Internet Communication System For Secure Restricted Access

US Patent:
2013031, Nov 28, 2013
Filed:
Aug 5, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/959160
Inventors:
Donovan Steve White - Poway CA,
David W. Eder - Bozeman MT,
Assignee:
BEYOND BROADBAND TECHNOLOGY, LLC - Gering NE
International Classification:
H04L 9/08
US Classification:
380278
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus permit a one-way downloadable security for electronic signals such as cable television, free-to-air, direct broadcast satellite, internet, electronic device enablement, and other services. The system can allow a broadcast transmission capability () to provide an encrypted signal to an individual reception capability () in a manner that maintains the full security of a traditional decryption key process while completely eliminating any need for a trusted authority. By including a nascent decryption key generator that may create a secure, key-based environment from an unsecure individualized information transmission (), a sequence of key(s) from a root key(s) to a derived key(s) to a temporary key(s) and ultimately to a fully random key(s) can be generated in activating a device or a decryption capability for a subscriber.

System For Data Channel Level Control

US Patent:
5155590, Oct 13, 1992
Filed:
Mar 20, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/498084
Inventors:
Robert J. Beyers - Snellville GA
Charles R. Bramhall - Norcross GA
Gregory S. Durden - Jonesboro GA
Robert J. Edwards - Lawrenceville GA
Ray T. Haman - Duluth GA
Douglas J. Hoder - Lakewood GA
Donald R. Huntley - Roswell GA
John A. Kennedy - Doraville GA
Emory L. McGinty - Lilburn GA
Jay C. McMullan - Doraville GA
David J. Naddor - Doraville GA
Randolph J. Schaubs - Stone Mountain GA
Jesse M. Still - Woodstock GA
Anthony J. Wasilewski - Alpharetta GA
Lamar E. West - Maysville GA
Donovan S. White - Alpharetta GA
Assignee:
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. - Norcross GA
International Classification:
H04B 1700
H04H 102
US Classification:
358 86
Abstract:
Automatic level calibration apparatus for transmitting data from a cable television terminal to the headend of a cable television system comprises programmable transmitter apparatus of the terminal, programmable receiving apparatus at the headend and a calibration controller. Responsive to an addressed command from the headend, the programmable transmitter apparatus returns a sequence of levels at a particular calibration frequency. The programmable receiver apparatus determines an indication of the received signal strength of each of the levels of the sequence of levels. The controller determines an optimum level for transmissions from the terminal.

Cable Television Radio Frequency Subscriber Data Transmission Apparatus And Rf Return Method

US Patent:
5235619, Aug 10, 1993
Filed:
Mar 20, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/498083
Inventors:
Robert J. Beyers - Snellville GA
Charles R. Bramhall - Norcross GA
Gregory S. Durden - Jonesboro GA
Robert J. Edwards - Lawrenceville GA
Ray T. Haman - Buluth GA
Douglas J. Hoder - Lakewood OH
Donald R. Huntley - Roswell GA
John A. Kennedy - Doraville GA
Emory L. McGinty - Lilburn GA
Jay C. McMullan - Doraville GA
David J. Naddor - Doraville GA
Randolph J. Schaubs - Stone Mountain GA
Jesse M. Still - Woodstock GA
Anthony J. Wasilewski - Alpharetta GA
Lamar E. West - Maysville GA
Donovan S. White - Alpharetta GA
Assignee:
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04L 100
H04H 100
US Classification:
375 38
Abstract:
A method of transferring a data message from a remote unit to a central location is provided. A plurality of data channels is selected for transmitting the data message from the remote unit to the central location. At least one random transmit time is generated for transmitting the data message for each of the plurality of data channels. The data message is transmitted over the plurality of data channels at the transmit times. An apparatus for transferring a data message from a remote unit to a central location is also provided.

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