Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Cybersecurity Software Assurance SME
KBR requires an Cybersecurity Software Assurance (CSA) Subject Matter Expert (SME), located on Robins AFB, GA, to support the stand-up of the C-130 Cybersecurity Team for planning and execution activities. The team is responsible to ensure cybersecurity risks are identified and mitigated across the C-130 weapons system on existing and future modifications. This highly complex mission area requires specialized skills and expertise.
This CSA SME candidate will be the primary cybersecurity technical advisor to the Program Leads and Supervisors on Robins AFB, GA. The candidate will be working as part of a dynamic team to develop next generation cybersecurity strategies as well as program protection planning and support. To that end, the candidate will coordinate with the various agencies on development of an Information Security strategy and monitor any proposed or actual changes to the system and its environment. The candidate will monitor the IT and environment for security-relevant events, assess proposed configuration changes for potential impact to the cybersecurity posture, and assess the quality of security controls implementation against performance indicators. The candidate will ensure cybersecurity-related events or configuration changes that impact IT authorization or adversely impact the security posture are formally reported to the Director and other affected parties. Additionally, the candidate will provide oversight to ensure ISSOs follow established cybersecurity policies and procedures In Accordance With (IAW) DoDI 8500.01. Moreover, the candidate will ensure the IT is acquired, documented, operated, used, maintained, and disposed of properly and IAW DoDI 5000.02 and DoDI 8510.01. Furthermore, the candidate will conduct analysis on components that comprise the C-130 Weapon Systems such as data environments, software applications, data, and hardware to identify the cybersecurity requirements and risks. Additionally, the candidate will analyze and identify components and subsystems vulnerabilities in order to determine potential solutions and safeguards including system interoperability. The candidate will analyze multiple information system solutions including evaluation approaches, criteria, findings, and recommendations to ensure cybersecurity controls, risk mitigations, and testing are in compliance as they relate to the Risk Management Framework (RFM). As such, the candidate will maintain current authorization to operate, and approval to connect (if required) and in implementing corrective actions identified in the plan of actions and milestones.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Travel: Occasional travel required (15-20%) to Robins AFB, GA, due to possible approved telework opportunity, and vendor sites as required
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS :
Must demonstrate comprehensive experience/knowledge of:
The Candidate must display practical and demonstrated program management skills with emphasis on communication and stakeholder engagement with the following required skills:
Familiarity with DoD 5000.02 acquisition policies and/or mission transition or centralization projects is ideal.
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