Fort Meade, MD 20755
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**MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. is seeking an Information Assurance SecuritySpecialist, Senior - Voice Services in Ft. Meade to support a newly awardedcontract. The Information Assurance Security Specialist, Senior - Voice Serviceswill assist with monitoring the life cycle of DISA systems, DISN and majorsupporting and connecting programs, systems, and networks for the purpose ofidentifying and resolving security issues. This work includes ensuringcompliance with applicable DIACAP/DCID security requirements, directives, andregulations; ensuring programs, systems and networks maintain appropriatesecurity; reviewing DISA Infrastructure Executive programs, systems, andnetworks security relevant documentation specific to the required DISA systemsand networks certification and accreditation and IA security efforts andpreparing technical discussion papers documenting the results of this analysis;identifying and assisting other DOD and Non-DOD program managers with theidentification and reporting of DISA DISN programs, systems, and networkscertification and accreditation IA requirements efforts and status; developinga comprehensive Overarching IA Strategy for the Infrastructure Executive DISNprograms; and developing a phased, modular process geared to provide an IAstrategy that properly reflects the current IA approach being used within theDISN coupled with a lifecycle management function to ensure IA strategy isconstantly and consistently updated to ensure its applicability with thechanging DISN environment and the evolving set of threats to DISN. DISA IAprogram focuses on identifying best of breed IA strategies and approacheswithin DISN component networks, and developing an evolving top-levelOverarching IA Strategy based on the requirements identified by allstake-holders.
Develop, update, review, analyze and submit DIACAP, RMF, andFISMA requirements and data to ensure timely support for assets for voiceservices.
This includes services, applications,programs, systems, and networks to ensure consistent and accurate reporting ofsecurity requirements. Develop, update, review, analyze and submit DIACAP, RMF,and FISMA requirements, and advice of any discrepancies in weekly report. Auditand identify services, applications, programs, systems, personnel, and networksthat are not adhering to appropriate laws, policy, and guidance. Develop andsubmit escalation letters to outline the appropriate course of action in theevent of a noncompliant determination. Develop, update and review the IAStrategy Plan to support overall DISN strategy plan for voice services.
Research, development, and exercise of theContinuity of Operations (COOP) Plan in support of the overall DISN COOP plan.
Prepare assets for the DISA FSO Command CyberReadiness Inspection (CCRI), SAVs, C&A, DSS, and or any other DoD componentinspections. This work includes, but is not limited to, auditing and reportingof systems, networks, documentation, IA controls, DoD 8500 requirements,IAVM-s, and STIGs.
Provide INFOSECtechnical and engineering security expertise and assist in the development ofthe INFOSEC Change Plan with the goal of streamlining the process of changingINFOSEC levels. Develop Incident Response Plan for identifying, validating andreporting incidents for IE assets. Participate in Configuration Change Board(CCB) meetings to evaluate recommended changes to IE assets and provideanalysis and recommendation to senior staff and IE IAMs.
Assist with, and document the research andintegration of new technologies (to include risks and benefits) pertaining toprograms, systems and networks and the adherence to applicable IA securityrequirements, directives, and regulations.
Assist with the ongoing efforts to identify and streamline processes andprocedures for programs, systems, and networks with information assurancerequirements to include data integrity, validation requirements, escalations,compliance monitoring, taskers, and knowledge management. Develop, review, andupdate Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Tactic Techniques and Procedures(TTPs), and guidance utilizing SharePoint and other available technology.Participate in Project and Change Management programs to ensure IA issues arerealized and addressed. Participate in high level DISA or DoD IA relatedmeetings to ensure that meeting agenda doesn-t negatively impact IA securityposture.
Research and prepare IAsecurity technical white papers, and briefings with identified shortfalls inthe implementation of IA policy, technology, activities, and management.
Assist with the development of contractdeliverables.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Minimum of 6 years- experience
IAM Level II Certification (CAP, CASP CE, CISM,CISSP, GSLC)
Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI)
PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED:
Criterion Systems is committed to hiring and retaining adiverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion,creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, nationalorigin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.