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Cybersecurity Governance Task Lead

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Job ID: 203614
Location: ATLANTA, GA, United States
Date Posted: Aug 3, 2020
Category: Cyber
Subcategory: Cyber Eng/Archt
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: None
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Public Trust
Potential for Remote Work: No
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Job Description


SAIC is seeking qualified personnel for an exciting opportunity in Atlanta, GA and Washington, D.C.  SAIC will support the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) cybersecurity mission to ensure HHS can actively protect the vital health information with which it is entrusted, respond to existing and emerging cybersecurity threats, and continue to enhance the program to ensure HHS has the capability and capacity to respond to new and emerging requirements, technologies and threats.  If you are interested in working in this dynamic environment, please review the job description and requirements below and then let us hear from you. 
The Cybersecurity Governance Task Lead will support the HHS Office of Information Security (OIS) Governance Branch who oversees the functions of both the Cybersecurity Policy Team and Awareness Training Team.  The Governance Branch is the focal point of the Department for communicating mandatory cybersecurity policy and awareness training requirements to HHS Operating Divisions (OpDivs) relevant stakeholders via designated policy/awareness training points of contact provided by OpDivs. 

Areas of responsibility for the Cybersecurity Governance Task Lead will include:
Cybersecurity Audit Preparation and Response
Cybersecurity Risk Management and Support Services
OS Security Compliance and Vulnerability Management
OS Compliance Management
OS Compliance and Vulnerability Management Support
The Cybersecurity Governance Task Lead have responsibilities for architecting, planning, configuring, deploying, maintaining, and upgrading COTS/GOTS and custom toolsets to address vulnerabilities and/or implement security controls. Applies a combination of expert engineering knowledge of enterprise IT and security solutions to design, develop, and/or implement solutions to ensure they are consistent with enterprise architecture security policies and support full spectrum cybersecurity operations. May include security control design and solution planning at the system, mission, and enterprise levels, security-in-depth/defense-in-depth, and other related compliance and engineering support functions. May include researching and evaluating cyber capabilities and new security tools and products against operational requirements. Work may encompass managing security professionals as well as interpreting and administering policies, processes, and procedures. 

Tasking associated with this position includes:

Conducts threat modeling exercises. 
Provides expertise in recommending security controls and formulates operational risk mitigations along with assisting in security awareness programs. 
Applies expert knowledge in a wide range of security compliance issues related to architectures, firewalls, electronic data traffic, and network access. 
Researches, evaluates, and recommends new security tools, techniques, and technologies in alignment with IT security strategy. 
Oversees the implementation of the required government policy (i.e., NISPOM, DCID 6/3), and makes recommendations on process tailoring. 
Performs analyses to validate established security requirements and to recommend additional security requirements and safeguards. 

Candidates’ work experience must demonstrate a mastery of the RSA Archer platform and its integration with other tools and systems.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and eighteen (18) years of relevant experience in IT security. Includes working knowledge of cybersecurity engineering principles, techniques, and technologies. 
Candidate should have one or more of the following security certifications: CISSP [or Associate], CISM, CASP, CISSP-ISSEP, and/or CISSP-ISSAP.

Two or more years installing, customizing, and developing RSA Archer platforms.

Candidates must be eligible for position requiring a Public Trust security clearance.

Experience working within the Department of Health & Human Services


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