ASRC Federal is seeking a Cyber Security Engineer that will be responsible for protecting the organization's system and applicable endpoint HW against advanced persistent threats from cyberspace. The job description entails a number of functions, including developing and implementing secure network solutions, carrying out assessments and penetration testing as applicable, managing audit/intrusion and security technology systems, architecting, and engineering/developing trusted systems into secure systems.
One of the primary duties of this cyber security engineer will be to troubleshoot, identify any unauthorized access, and provide solution integration across several different technologies (e.g.: MacAfee, Nessus, Tanium, etc.) in an organization's system in relation to endpoint cyber security.
This Cyber security engineer will generally perform the tough, detailed-oriented work at the primacy of information assurance efforts in this organization.
With minimal direction, provides expert support, analysis and research into exceptionally complex problems, and processes relating to endpoint security.
Serves as technical expert on executive-level project teams providing technical direction, interpretation and alternatives.
The Cyber Security (CS) Engineer will need to be very familiar on endpoint protection platforms and endpoint detection & response applications. Under direction from the Director and in line with stated strategic objectives, the CS Engineer will conduct industry research, explore the products available on the market to meet the requirements, and or devise a plan to build a solution internally in support of improved endpoint security. The candidate will assist management and will work with project managers and other engineers to successfully implement projects on time and on budget. The CS Engineer will also be responsible for ongoing incremental engineering requirements to continuously achieve the best coverage and operation of the technology and will assist in troubleshooting system degradations and outages as required. Some (but not all) of the primary responsibilities the role will be primarily involved with are as follows:
Provide technical assistance, solution design, and hands on development support for security controls for the endpoint solutions programs
Build information security polices based on predefined compliance obligations
Support various teams in understanding incident alerts from tools and offer team guidance
Technologies sets the role may secondarily support are as follows:
Data loss prevention (DLP)
Database access firewalls rules and database activity monitoring solutions
Email security, anti-SPAM,
Cloud Access Security
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
The Department of Defense (DOD) through the Defense information Systems Agency (DISA) is developing integrated endpoint enterprise solutions in support of the DoD Global Information Network (DoDIN). The intent of this effort is to ensure the security posture of the DoDIN through the acquisition, engineering, and lifecycle management of secure and reliable mobility and endpoint capabilities. DISA is working to continue to design, maintain, and improve upon a secure environment to conduct endpoint cyber defense and NetOps analysis to defend and secure these DOD networks.
ASRC Federal is pleased to continue our expansion at DISA and in support of this vital network and cyber security environment. In this effort, ASRC Federal is seeking highly motivated cleared individuals who want to be part of the future of endpoint security and can imagine beyond the current status quo, who are willing to tackle the challenge of integrating across technologies in support of cyber defense.
Demonstrated knowledge of working with and maintaining endpoint protection and security rules and policies.
Knowledge and experience creating and maintaining policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and technical documents
Ability to perform data analysis using standard office productivity software.
Strong knowledge of current cyber security threats and techniques, as well as a dedicated and self-driven desire to research current cyber security products, specifically in endpoint security.
Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills with a strong attention to detail.
A strong customer/client focus with ability to manage expectations appropriately and provide superior customer/client experience and build long-term relationships.
Effectively works as part of a technical teams on projects and resolving incidents.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, with an ability to make independent decisions when appropriate.
Experience gathering and facilitating the development of business and system requirements within a broader project team.
Good oral and written communications skills.
Requires BS from an accredited University
Requires 5+ years' experience
This position requires an active Secret Security Clearance with the ability to obtain Top Secret.
ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, martial status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.
Asrc Federal Holding Company