Offensive Cyberspace Operations (OCO) Planner
- Military veterans preferred
2020-02-04 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Fort Meade Maryland 20755 United States
The SAIC Defense Systems Group (DSG) currently has a contingency full-time position for an Offensive Cyber Operations Planner to support the Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Operations Command (MARFORCYBER), Fort Meade, Maryland.
The incumbent will provide subject matter expertise in Senior Security Engineering planningexpertise forthedevelopment of the customers policies, processes,procedures, andgoverning directives as well as technical execution.
Daily activities include:
Monitor, analyze, trouble shoot diagnose issues. Capture, analyze and baseline network and application traffic for trouble shooting and future capacity planning.
Provide network and application modeling support and reporting to ensure the new application function properly in the environment.
Collect. Analyze, and organize data required to assist in the development and production of customized reports and provide real time information to the systems users. Evaluate, assess, and provide network optimization recommendations and enhancements.
Evaluation, assessment, recommendation, design, and development of technical solutions that will integrate with and modernize the network to reduce network outages and improve system availability to the end users. Solutions must be scalable, interoperable, flexible, and maintainable to meet changes in technology and user requirements.
Track, research, identify, evaluate, recommend, test and implement industry technology trends and emerging technologies that improve applications and network efficiencies.
Develop procedure and documentation on the usage, troubleshooting, and maintenance analysis tools and or software.
Performance testing and tuning configurations on analysis tools and or software to support analysis of log data and network traffic per sensor.
Analysis tools/and or software integration into solution,
Analysis tool and or software security hardening configurations (e.g. utilizing NIST, DISA, STIGS).
Technical documentation support for analysis tool and or software accreditation.
Data collection analysis and reporting.
Research/identify/implement commercial or open source technology or create/maintain in house tools to accomplish the task.
Write and maintain technical documentation of all tools built or customized in house.
Use version control and or source control for all generated source code.
Conduct a network trend analysis to compile daily and or longer term reports for various network traffic areas of interest.
Determiner the bandwidth utilization using network and configuration information against predetermined network availability thresholds. Utilize an issue tracking tool to manage and store issue reports.
Identify new technologies that support operations.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Fourteen (14) years of experience with a technically focused Bachelor's Degree or a Masters and twelve (12) years or more experience; Additional years of experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
ACTIVE TS/SCI Polygraph
IAT III Certification (CASP, CCNP Sec., CISA, CISSP, GCED, or GCIH)
Senior Security Engineer preferred experience with SIEMs to include SPLUNK and ELK, log analysis, incident response, Dev OPs and Agile development to include JIRA and Confluence