Northrop Grumman Washington , DC 20319
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems is seeking a Technical Manager for the DHS Insider Threat Program (ITP). This program will expand the scope of the DHS's current program ten-fold and integrate new behavior-based capabilities. The program will operate in a DevOps environment providing incremental capabilities expansion without interfering with ongoing mission operations. The purpose of this effort is to maintain oversight of User Activity Monitoring (UAM) of all DHS classified and Sensitive-But-Unclassified (SBU) networks.
The Insider Threat Analyst Task Lead is responsible for managing a team of analysts who are responsible for Insider threat and User Activity Monitoring of the DHS classified and Sensitive-But-Unclassified (SBU) network and to the HO-DHS A-LAN with the goal of extending to the entire DHS SBU enterprise known as OneNet. The selected candidate will interface frequently with other internal and external organizations. They will also be tasked with setting and operating to objectives and providing guidance to employees.
The ideal candidate will have the following skills:
A solid working knowledge of DHS and Federal security regulations, policies, laws, and requirements
The ability to work extensively with multiple senior-level stakeholders (system owners, mission leads, IT Governance, and the DHS Office of the Chief Security Officer (OCSO)) in the conduct of Insider Threat and UAM activities
Excellent interpersonal, leadership, communication, and organizational skills and professional development/mentoring skills
Demonstrated ability to implement process improvements, streamline activities, and develop effective processes
Experience working with Insider Threats and User Activity Monitoring (UAM)
Bachelor's Degree in relevant area, such as foreign area studies, international relations, security studies, history, behavioral science, journalism, English, criminal justice, or political science and 9 years of experience or an Associate's Degree and 11 years of experience.
Experience conducting research, analysis, and production of finished intelligence on a variety of different computer systems and databases per the applicable level
Experience in Counterintelligence and interaction with one or more of the following disciplines: Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT), or denial and deception
An active Top Secret security clearance w/ capability for SCI
Experience in Insider Threats and User Activity Monitoring (UAM) deliverables and processes
Current DHS EOD
Ability to travel worldwide
Production in of one or more of the following areas: foreign Intelligence Service (F IS) operations; foreign denial and deception; information operations; counterespionage and economic/industrial espionage; technology protection and illicit technology transfer; investigations support; counterterrorism and antiterrorism/force protection; Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM); Research, Development, and Acquisition (RDA), Defense Critical Infrastructure Protection (DCIP);
Experience in User Activity Monitoring (UAM)
Experience working with DHS and ability to know where to go within the intelligence/technical communities for expert advice
Experience with analytical tools and methodologies such as link analysis, time lines, causal-loop analysis, and risk management analysis
Experience in Intelligence, CI, and/or counterterrorism communities
Knowledge of NRO satellite systems and technologies.
Demonstrated thought leadership and innovation with ability to manage robust development programs with conflicting priorities and deliverables
Proven ability to lead dynamic teams comprised of highly skilled geographically dispersed individuals and to lead/manage matrixed teams
Demonstrated oral and written communication skills with the highest level of customers and management
Strong leadership skills and a track record of building high-performance teams, with a particular focus on employee development, engagement and retention
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