GDIT has an opening for a Cyber Security Analyst supporting US Army Europe on our EMITS program in Wiesbaden Germany.The Cyber Security Analyst is responsible for advising system owners and ISSM regarding security considerations in application and information systems procurement or development, implementation, operation, and maintenance, and decommissioning activities. They will also assist in managing all cybersecurity program activities, prioritizing efforts, and assigning tasks to team members, ensuring that deadlines are met and security posture is sustained at an acceptable level. The Cyber Security Analyst will also be tasked with performing asset identification and risk assessments to determine an appropriate level of security commensurate with the categorization impact level.Additional Duties
Developing and maintain Risk Management Framework (RMF) Body of Evidence (BoE) artifacts to include system security plans, contingency plans, boundary diagrams, and Standard Operating Procedures, for all systems under their responsibility.
Managing Assess Only, Assess and Authorize and Annual Review RMF Authorization efforts in the Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) system.
Lead self-assessment of information system safeguards and program elements and partner with security control validation and cybersecurity inspection teams during various types of audits.
Notify the government of any suspected incidents in a timely manner, and assist in the investigation, containment and reporting of incidents, and information spillages as necessary.
Control, label, virus scan and appropriately transfer data (upload/download) between information systems at varying classification levels.
Conduct research and analysis on the impacts on system modifications, technological advances, and malicious codes and recommend data analytics technologies for security event management.
Perform Security Information and Event Management activities for applicable information systems and explore opportunities to enhance visibility of security posture.
Review and recommend software through research and due diligence based on threat profile and/or vulnerabilities and remain informed of the various DoD application approval inventories.
Manage Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM) strategy for all assets to maintain ongoing awareness of information security, vulnerabilities, and threats to support organizational risk management decisions and maintain Authorizations.
Perform security impact analysis for configuration changes and attend Change Control Board Meetings to inform stakeholders and board members of findings.
Work with internal and external agency cybersecurity personnel to ensure system interconnections are analyzed and Authority to Connect (ATC) actions are completely as necessary.
Initiate and manage authorization actions, to include creation of BoE artifacts for all Cross Domain Solutions and Commercial Solutions for Classified Capability Packages.
Conduct vulnerability management scanning and remediation actions for all information system assets under the customer’s responsibility and provide custom reports as necessary.
TS/SCI Security Clearance
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training and work experience.
5+ years of related experience in Cyber Security Administration.
Candidates must have a valid DoD 8570.2 IAM III certification.
Must be eligible for German TESA.
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