Cyber Security Analyst - Expert

Employer
CACI
Location
Tampa, FL, United States of America
Posted
Nov 23, 2022
Closes
Dec 23, 2022
Ref
271594
Function
IT
Hours
Full Time
Cyber Security Analyst - Expert

Job Category: Information Technology

Time Type: Full time

Minimum Clearance Required to Start: TS/SCI

Employee Type: Regular

Percentage of Travel Required: Up to 10%

Type of Travel: Local

CACI is looking for an Expert-Level Cybersecurity Systems Analyst to support our customer, US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), at MacDill AFB, FL. This position is contingent upon award of the USSOCOM Cybersecurity Support contract.

What You'll Get to Do:

Performs assessment and authorization coordination. Advises and assists the customer with Risk Management Framework (RMF) and develops a Plan of Action and Milestones for resolving network deficiencies in accordance with DODI 8510.01 and ICD 503. The duties of this task include assessing network compliance against controls listed in NIST 800-53 and creating A&A packages. Performs assessment, compliance, and validation of IT systems to support the Cybersecurity program at USSOCOM, its

Component Commands, TSOCs, and deployed forces. The Contractor shall execute a comprehensive assessment, compliance and validation of customer networks to ensure compliance with regulations and security and standards. The end goal is to ensure the integrity of customer systems by identifying and mitigating potential shortcomings and vulnerabilities.

Advise USSOCOM, its Component Commands, TSOCs, and deployed forces on network and system risks, risk mitigation courses of action, and operational.

Additionally, the Cybersecurity Systems Analyst should be able to perform security evaluations and vulnerability assessments using the DOD Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS), Nessus vulnerability scanning tool and Security Content Automation Protocol tool. Identify applicable STIGs and perform assessments using the Security Content Automation Protocol tool. The Cybersecurity Systems Analyst will liaison with network and system administrators to correct identified deficiencies. The Cybersecurity Systems Analyst will also scan (or review scans) for new systems and applications being introduced into the SOF environment, identify issues, and draft certification letters for the government. The contractor will liaison with the Site Integration Facility (SIF) to ensure systems and application meet the standards in the DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIG).

The Cybersecurity Systems Analyst should be extremely knowledgeable of cyber network defense tools such as end point security, SIEM, comply to connect, etc.

Typical duties include:
  • Tracks A&A status of SIE governed ISs. Ensures these artifacts and documentation are available in the USSOCOM-chosen automated tool.
  • Advises stakeholders on the adequacy of implementation of cybersecurity requirements.
  • Provide DoD & IC RMF subject matter expertise to USSOCOM, its Component Commands, TSOCs, deployed forces and their delegates, including other Contractors, and assist with the development and execution of the RMF program at USSOCOM, its Component Commands, TSOCs, and deployed forces.
  • Maintain, track, and validate DISN, cloud and DIA connection approval packages, including those from USSOCOM, its Component Commands, TSOCs, and other subordinate organizations.
  • Develop and maintain supporting documentation for new and existing networks, cloud environments, information systems and technologies as they are introduced into the SIE.
  • Develop and review the A&A of SIE networks, cloud environments, systems, services, telecommunication circuits, mobile devices, portable electronic devices, hardware, and software using the DoD & IC RMF to obtain an Authority to Operate (ATO), Interim Authority to Test (IATT), or Authority to Connect (ATC).
  • Perform risk and vulnerability assessments of IT and IS for authorization; prepare risk assessment reports for submission to the SCA and Authorizing Official/Designated Authorizing Official/Designated Accrediting Authority (AO/DAO/DAA) in accordance with DoD, DIA, USCYBERCOM, USSOCOM, Component Command, TSOC, and deployed forces' policies, procedures, and regulations.
  • Assist USSOCOM, its Component Commands, TSOCs and deployed forces with the enforcement of A&A, as well as DoD, DIA, USSOCOM, Component Command, TSOC, and deployed forces' connection standards for networks and systems.
  • Track and maintain A&A databases, web sites and tools to ensure that networks, systems and devices are properly documented and managed from a cybersecurity perspective.
  • Track and report to higher headquarters organizations (e.g. USCYBERCOM, DIA) compliance with applicable Cybersecurity regulations and directives. Ensure timely notifications are made to responsible individuals and organizations in order to prevent lapses in accreditations (e.g., 30, 60, and 90 day notices).
  • Develop and maintain an Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM) Plan. This plan shall address ongoing awareness of information security, vulnerabilities, security controls, and threats to support organizational risk management decisions.
  • Identify, assess, and advise on cybersecurity control compliance and associated risks.
  • Coordinate with USCYBERCOM, DoD, DIA, NSA, DISA, and subordinate organizations to support the resolution of issues with security, A&A, connection approvals, and waiver requests.
  • Perform network, cloud, information systems, hardware, software and device security authorization and assessments, as well as the application and execution of policy, including project management support services.
  • Validate the patching of systems, perform validation scanning, develop Plans of Action & Milestone (POA&Ms), and report as directed by applicable policies, procedures, and regulations.
  • Provide subject matter expertise for COA development and the implementation of Cybersecurity mitigation strategies.
  • Develop and implement required processes, procedures, and capabilities to mitigate vulnerabilities and weaknesses for software and hardware deployment.
  • Identify, implement and validate continued effectiveness of key performance parameters and applied security measures
  • Perform analytics on cybersecurity posture and provide reports to the AO/DAO and applicable stakeholders as required per ISCM and AO/DAO direction.


You'll Bring These Qualifications:
  • Experience with the US Combatant Commands (USCENTCOM/USSOCOM) is desired.
  • Technical background with system administration experience, architecture and engineering preferred
  • Technical background in networking, identity management, Microsoft and Linux operating systems, database, and mobility
  • Working knowledge of the RMF.
  • Knowledge of the Telos Xacta or Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Services (eMASS) system is desired.
  • Must have excellent communications skill (written and oral) and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge and experience with DoD IA processes and policies (e.g., DODI 8510.01, NIST, CNSS and other cybersecurity policies, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Manual (CJCSM) 65101.01, Incident Response and other IA policies).
  • Active TS/SCI clearance required.


Required Education, Experience, and Certifications:
  • Master's Degree in technical or cyber discipline or equivalent
  • 10+ years related experience.
  • Current DoD 8570.01-M, DoD IAT Level III or IAM Level III


Company Overview: At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

As a federal contractor, CACI is subject to any federal vaccine mandates or other customer vaccination requirements. All new hires are required to report their vaccination status.

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