JOB DESCRIPTION: SAIC is looking for a Cybersecurity Analyst with experience to support system builds, implement information security best practices, security analysis, integration software installation and documentation of unique hardware and custom software in a Microsoft environment. The selected candidate will perform tasks dealing with system builds, documentation review, system security hardening, and vulnerability management/reporting. Will also research DoD policy and complete various security tasking.
About the Program: This position is for the Soldier Protection Lab (SPL), which provides system-of-systems engineering and integration solutions that protect and mitigate hostile actions against military personnel, resources and facilities. The SPL integrates commercial off-the-shelf sensors including chemical and biological, acoustical, radar and other sensors that are used by both terrestrial and unmanned aerial systems to improve facility monitoring. The SPL's expertise in modeling, simulation, system integration and software engineering delivers systems and software to provide increased situational awareness, enhanced standoff and security posture and deterrence. As part of the Soldier Protection Lab you will be supporting the security and safety of the brave men and women serving our country.
REQUIRED EDUCATION and CERTIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in Engineering, Cybersecurity, Information Systems, or related field is required.
The selected candidate must have or be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance.
Must meet DoD 8570.01-M minimum of IAT Level II Certification (i.e. Security + CE). Candidates without a current IAT-II Certification may be considered but must obtain full certification within 6 months of employment.
5+ years of related experience in an academic, government or commercial environment is required.
DESIRED EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS:
Microsoft Desktop or Sever Certifications, Cisco CCNA R/S and Security, and other industry recognized Security certifications (CISSP, CASP, SANs, etc.) preferred.
System accreditations/authorizations through the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) - experience with the Army Risk Management Framework (RMF) Assess and Authorize (A&A) process preferred
Understanding and validating NIST 800-53 Security Controls; CNSSI 1253 Security Controls and Overlays
Use of Army mandated software including eMASS, ACAS, and McAfee preferred
Demonstrated experience reviewing, implementing, and assessing DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs), DISA Security Requirement Guides (SRGs), and NSA Security Configuration Guides preferred
Candidate should have basic technical troubleshooting skills and working knowledge of the Risk Management Framework for Department of Defense Information Technology (RMF for DoD IT).
The ability to work independently and within a larger group of engineers and cybersecurity professionals will be required.
Written and verbal communication skills are necessary for updating POAM items, standard operating procedures and offering up possible courses of action for the management of risk is ongoing.