Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Assess the Cybersecurity risk of IT systems documenting them in formal risk assessments and supporting artifacts associated with the Assessment & Authorization (A&A) process. .
Applies knowledge of security principles, policy and regulations to daily tasking.
Has experience with Cyber Security document management and is familiar with security and privacy rules.
Researches policies, procedures, standards, and guidance, and applies needed changes under specific conditions for the protection of information and information systems
- Experience addressing NIST requirements for external connections with Memorandums of Understanding and Interconnections Security Agreements.
Maintain knowledge of current RMF security trends and be able to clearly communicate them to the client.
Support the identification and impact classification for new vulnerabilities identified in the client' s environment
Bachelors degree in computer science, electronics engineering or other engineering or technical discipline is required.
5 years of additional relevant experience may be substituted for education
Awareness, understanding and application of mitigation strategies, IAVAs, and IAVBs.
Some experience with or exposure to NIST-800 requirements
Experience with or exposure to VA 6500 requirements is a plus
Clearance Requirement - Candidates will be subject to a government background investigation and must meet eligibility criteria.
U.S. Citizenship is required.