Roles & Responsibilities:
• Adept at performing security analysis and risk/vulnerability assessments and providing technical analysis, and resolution for network infrastructure.
• Interact and coordinate with customer groups such as DISA lab operations, DISA IAM, DAA, DISA FSO and STRATCOM as required.
• Ensure tasks and projects are completed on schedule.
• Participation in team meetings and technical meetings as appropriate for the content.
• Develop and maintain IA documentation repositories, prepare and track POA&Ms, Risk Acceptance and Downgrade requests, and create Weekly Security Summary and IAVM Impact Assessment reports and presentations for the customer.
• Strong organizational skills and ability to stay focused while managing multiple tasks concurrently.
• Strong critical thinking/analytical skills, creativity, and a proven drive for quality.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or related technical discipline with 5 years of work experience as a network LAN/WAN administrator in a medium sized network. An equivalent 4 years of additional
experience, may be considered in lieu of a degree.
• 4+ years’ experience working with the DoD and DISA Security and Information assurance policies.
• Extensive experience with DISA security assessment, remediation and reporting tools, to include: HBSS, SCAP, ACAS and CMRS.
• Proficiency with MS Office tools.
• Must have a current TS Clearance.
• Certification in COMPTIA Security+, CISSP or other equivalent certification is required.
• Must have experience with the DIACAP process, and be familiar with the NIST Risk Management Framework.
• Familiarity with Agile development projects and current technologies.
• Experience with high availability systems.
• 4+ years’ experience working with Red Hat Linux 6 and above. The candidate should be proficient in the hardening of Linux operating systems via DISA STIG’s as required.
• 4+ years’ experience working with Cisco Routers and Switches and Juniper firewalls