SAIC is seeking a Cyber/Network Security Subject Matter Expert (SME) to support the Air Force’s guided weapons research, development, modeling, analyses, and simulation of munition system concepts. This will include development, simulation, hardware-in the-loop, and testing of cyber and network security capabilities. Our customer is the US Air Force Armament Directorate Office located at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.
The successful candidate will be assigned to work as a part of a small team of scientist and engineers working with civil service government engineers developing, modeling, and analyzing technology within a laboratory test environment.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
The team is looking for a highly motivated Engineer with experience in Network Security Engineering requirements development and implementation. The candidate shall provide System Security Engineering (SSE) subject matter expertise to assist in the development of Digital Twin implementations.
Assist in generation of SSE requirements, and evaluation of Digital Twin artifacts to assure SSE best practices are employed throughout the research Program.
Assist in development and support of cyber modeling and simulation as well as Security Development Operational methods in the development of Digital Twin technologies.
Assist in development of cyber testing requirements, planning, leading, and conducting cyber penetration tests of Digital Twin constructs. These tests will validate cyber hardening and resiliency technologies.
Assist in development of cyber vulnerability assessment methodologies.
Evaluate concepts’ or concept subsystems’ performance and stability within Digital Twin constructs utilizing cyber hardening. Help establish concept performance limitations and requirements adjustments.
Assist in modeling and simulation development of guided weapons systems and concepts.
Document studies and analysis findings via briefings, scientific papers and technical reports.
Software implementation of complex algorithms.
Work with a small team of scientists and engineers to model, simulate and study the performance of potential Air Force guided weapon systems, concepts and advanced weapon subsystem technologies.