Join SAIC’s Cyber Security team as a Senior Cyber Security Analyst (Vulnerability Management Specialist) in San Diego, CA.
Location: This role offers limited, temporary work from home / remote / virtual work at home due to COVID-19. However, you will be required to work on-site 1-2 days a week.
Job Summary: As a Senior Cybersecurity Analyst, you will serve as a Risk Management Framework (RMF) Subject Matter Expert (SME) for all network security architectures, designs, implementations, and operations within 3 NIWC Pacific RDT&E systems, networks, and applications. Additionally, you will provide engineering and technical support for the testing of systems, software, tools and products while identifying operational and functional requirements of new, developing and existing systems and develop a system security approach, which includes but not limited to defining potential threats, vulnerabilities, safeguards, and risk factors.
This position supports the Assessment and Authorization (A&A) cybersecurity efforts for NIWC PAC code 82000 to support the Research, Development, Test & Evaluation (RDT&E) network. The RDT&E environment allows customers to utilize Navy computers and network infrastructure to develop, test, and certify new systems that are either directly in support of Navy initiatives or support internal or external customer requirements.
Roles and associated responsibilities:
Shall perform analysis of cybersecurity directives, policies and instructions to include, but not limited to: Communications Task Orders (CTOs), Fragmentary/Task/Operation Orders (FRAG/TASK/OPORDs), IA Vulnerability Management (IAVM), Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) guidance, and STIG requirements.
Determine the impact compliance with these directives will have on the security and operability of the RDT&E network and make recommendations to the government regarding strategies to meet compliance objectives.
Track and report compliance status in the Vulnerability Remediation Asset Manager (VRAM) and similar reporting tools as applicable
Perform risk analysis/independent verification on security configuration and STIG finding risk reports / POA&Ms for devices on the RDT&E network.
Support Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) data reporting requirements.
Bachelor's Degree in (STEM), or an Information Technology (IT) related field AND five (5) years of relevant work experience, OR Associate's Degree in an Information Technology (IT) related field AND eight (8) years of relevant work experience, OR High School Diploma or equivalent AND ten (10) years of relevant work experience relevant to the specific cybersecurity task area to be performed.
IAM-1 (CAP, CND, Cloud+, GSLC, Security+ CE)
Required Clearance: Active Secret Clearance
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