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Monday, May 27, 2019

SecOps Engineer

The SecOps Engineer will serve as a contract systems and business analyst supporting organization-wide cyber assessments. This position will deliver technical and programmatic solutions to support activities of the group to assess and report risks and vulnerabilities of organizational systems in order to provide senior decision makers with actionable data to make strategic investment decisions. This role includes the following duties: • Support efforts requiring AWS IAM policy creation and execution on multiple network domains • Provide support in delivering tools, techniques, and guidance in order to increase quality assessment written and technical products • Assist in researching, evaluating, and developing relevant information security policies and guidance • Brief management, as needed on the status of action items and/ or results of these activities • Assist with the implementation, modification, and improvement of the Sponsor’s Risk Management Framework (RMF) workflow and its component parts, specifically with continuous monitoring tools used by the program • Assist in providing guidance on the population of required security documentation for both internal Sponsor documentation, as well as RMF reciprocity documentation, including Security Controls Traceability Matrix (SCTM), Systems Security Plan (SSP), Concept of Operations (CONOPS), SSP Questionnaire, Continuous Monitoring Plan, and Functional Testing Plans • Assist with the development of documentation templates for use by the sponsor population • Perform data analysis on assessment findings to determine trends, and develop reports on those trends in an effort to increase security awareness within the Sponsor organization • Develop, improve, or build in regulatory and best practices for risk reduction across a range of enterprise-wide applications, systems, networks, and the corresponding interfaces • Short-term, hands-on technical assistance for information security or project staffs to aid in securely configuring systems or troubleshooting security issues • Research, design, and help build proof of concept to address emergent needs or vulnerabilities in applications, systems, or networks • Provide technical support to existing security applications and utilities to develop improvements in configurations, added capabilities, or evolutionary replacement
Location: Herndon
Clearance: TS/SCI with Poly
Skill Level: Level 1
Closing Date: 6/28/2019