Ahmed Gedi

Application Security Engineer at Nike

Recently transitioned from a Cloud DevOps role to Application Security within Nike. Lewis & Clark '19 with a degree in Computer Science & Math and a minor in Latin American Studies. Based out of Portland, OR. I am passionate about web/mobile application development and information security.


Application Security Engineer


Corporate Information Security - Application Security

Scanning & monitoring for vulnerabilities within Nike applications across the enterprise. Automating the pipeline for vetting and patching secure application code

March 2020 - present

SAP Cloud DevOps Engineer


Corporate Functions & Converse - SAP Automation Engineering

Enabling supply chain functions by maintaining & automating cloud operations for Nike's SAP environments. In-depth experience working with:

  • Terraform
  • Puppet
  • Bolt
  • Jenkins
  • AWS/Azure cloud environments
August 2019 - March 2020

Security Operations Engineering Intern

New Relic

Infrastructure & Operations Security

Automated vulnerability detection notices to teams across New Relic from an internal platform. Configured secure AWS profile configuration template to improve future cloud security compliance. Conducted AWS penetration testing as well. Implemented layered network scanning to improve IDS scan reports.

May 2019 - August 2019

Software Engineering Intern


Enterprise Architecture Technology Innovation

  • In-depth experience with React
  • End to end development of an internal web application for Nike Air
  • UX/UI application design
  • Agile development workflow
May 2018 - August 2018

Security Engineering Intern

Lewis & Clark College, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Summer research of different security education methods. In-depth experience with ethical hacking tools & topics such as:

  • Enumeration with Nmap
  • Network traffic analysis with Wireshark
  • Linux command line tools
  • Metasploit Framework
  • Password Cracking with Hashcat
May 2017 - August 2017


Lewis & Clark College

Bachelor of Arts
Computer Science & Mathematics, with a minor in Latin American Studies
August 2015 - May 2019

Benjamin Franklin High School

September 2011 - May 2015


Programming Languages & Tools

  • not pictured: golang, C and arduino


I like to keep active. I primarily love long distance running, weightlifting, salsa dancing and playing basketball. I also like staying up to date on topics in information security, especially by partaking in capture-the-flag style hacking events which allow me to learn about vulnerabilities in a hands-on way. I'm regularly involved with the Portland InfoSec community and I'm highly active on Hack the Box, an online pentesting platform.

Awards & Certifications

  • Gates Millennium Scholar Class of 2015