Members of the ISSO team support our work on assessment and authorization (A&A) of critical systems, detection of adversary behavior, and improving the defensive posture of our customer's information systems. The successful candidate will use various tools and methodologies to evaluate the state of systems and applications for vulnerabilities, verify protection against adversary intent, and evaluate cyber security processes to protect and defend against our adversaries.
Requirements and Qualifications: • TS/SCI with Polygraph • 10+ years or relevant degree plus 5 years of demonstrated cybersecurity expertise. • Ability to work closely with stakeholders, developers, and external teams including customer security managers (ISSMs), organizational leadership, and key personnel. • Identify requirements for documentation associated with system categorization, the System Security Plan, and systems risk assessment as required under NIST 800-53/53A. • Assess system compliance with NIST requirements, identifying weaknesses and evaluating planned remedial actions based upon those requirements. • Support control implementation assessment and reporting and monitoring processes using cyber security and assessment management systems. • Understanding of perimeter controls (firewalls), access control mechanisms, and network architectures. • Strong understanding of methodologies for researching and documenting software and hardware vulnerabilities. • Skilled in cross-team collaboration and effective communication to fulfill specific accreditation requirements. • Strong verbal and written communication/cooperation within a team context. • Ability to work within fast-paced customer environments. • Demonstrated skill documenting processes and procedures in CONOPS, system security, contingency, configuration management and other plans. • Demonstrated ability to facilitate customer concurrences required for risk-based decisions requiring waivers. • Experience assisting the customer with decisions impacting the security posture and compliance of their systems and networks with requirements as documented in NIST 800-53 and its revisions.
• Knowledge of the customer's organization, their network systems and infrastructure, processes and procedures, and request and approval tools. • Experienced in scripting/program languages such as Bash, Powershell, or Python. • Ability and knowledge of network/packet analysis (Wireshark/TCPDump). • Proficient in Linux, Windows, and TCP/IP networking. • Skilled with and/or demonstrated technical aptitude with vulnerability and risk assessment tools such as Elasticsearch or Splunk SIEMs, Rapid7 Nexpose, and IDS/IPS monitoring and alerting.
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