Candidate will support the Army National Guard (ARNG) Enterprise Operations and Security Services (EOSS) contract.
The Cyber Security Engineer: Supports the operations and maintenance of ArcSight ESM, ArcSight Logger, and ArcSight Connector appliances, and other security tools such as network IPS. Performs administration, management, configuration, and testing activities related to ArcSight. Maintains the application and appliances in accordance with DoD and Army security directives. Ability to develop ArcSight ESM content, such as rules, filters, channels, and notifications. Teach junior SOC analysts to create ArcSight ESM content and security tool maintenance. May be asked to define, design and develop system requirements. Define system support requirements to include monitoring, capacity, staffing and patching/updating. Analyze and resolve program support deficiencies. Conducts independent technical investigations in systems design.
Prior experience with ArcSight version 5.5 or later
Ability to create content such as rules, alerts, channels, filters, reports, etc
Outstanding customer service skills
Excellent written, verbal, and presentation communication skills
Ability to work and effectively communicate with executives, enterprise-wide and group management, peers, and outside vendors
Strong analytical and problem resolution skills, organizational skills, and ability to analyze technical problems
Strong ability to work on and prioritize multiple, concurrent projects while meeting aggressive deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with other administrators
Understanding of system performance monitoring
Broad understanding of system hardware
System troubleshooting skills
Must have DoD 8570 CNDSP Infrastructure Support or CNDSP Incident responder certification: SSCP, CEH, GCIH, CSIH, or GCFA within 60 days
ITIL v3 Foundations (required within 60 days of start)
HP ASE – ArcSight Administrator Certified
HP ASE ArcSight Analyst Certified
Experience with Splunk
Years Of Experience: 6-9 Years
Bachelor’s Degree in a technical field
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