Compensation: 80k- 95k
Provide Information Assurance (IA)/Cybersecurity (CS) support to the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) on the [Eastern/Western] Launch and Test Range.
Perform DoD Certification and Accreditation (C&A) activities in accordance with the RMF and DIACAP processes.
Develop, modify, and review C&A documentation, analyze the Cybersecurity architecture of IT systems for compliance with DoD policies, develop and execute security test plans, use security tools such as ACAS, SCAP, and execution of STIGs.
Assess the Cybersecurity risk of IT systems documenting them in formal risk assessments and supporting artifacts associated with the C&A process.
Organize, develop, and present briefings, written summaries, and written reports incorporating narrative, tabular and/or graphic elements.
Provide IA/CS Subject Matter Expertise (SME) support to project teams.
Determine the security posture and IA/CS accreditation readiness of systems and architectures.
Support engineering design teams by assessing network and system security design features and making recommendations concerning overall security accreditation readiness and compliance with IA/CS guidance and best practices.
- Strong understanding of DIACAP, DoDI 8510.01 RMF, NIST SP 800-53 IA Controls, eMASS, ACAS, and Vulnerability Management System (VMS).
- Ability to conduct Information Systems vulnerability assessment, risk mitigation, and Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) development and tracking; understanding and application of mitigation strategies, IAVAs, and IAVBs.
- Ability to perform software and application security evaluations using automated software evaluation tools (e.g., NESSUS and Retina).
- Ability to research policies, procedures, standards, and guidance, and apply under specific conditions for the protection of information and information systems.
- Ability to prepare and execute detailed computer system analysis, including interim and final reports and presentation of analysis data.
- Network and/or System Administration technical expertise with Microsoft operating systems, Linux/Unix operating systems, Cisco products, and VMWare/virtualization.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
- (5) five years of experience
- DoD 8570 IAT II or IAM II Certified (Security+CE or equivalent)
- Experience with Cross-Domain systems/guards.
- Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret and/or Top Security Clearance, which includes U.S. Citizenship or U.S. naturalization
- Valid U.S. Driver’s License required