Cyber Security Analyst

Newington, VA
Jan 17, 2017
Jun 21, 2017
Full Time



    Professional experience:
      Recognizing attack and suspicious traffic patternsAnalyzing and reporting incidences and draft remediation strategiesKnowledge, understanding and experience with the DoD incidence response processDeveloping and implementing CND dashboards based on customer requirementsDetermine/recommend new detection/prevention methods/capabilitiesMonitoring DoD, USG and commercial sources for new vulnerabilities and attack vectorsLead internal incident response and liaison with appropriate agenciesDevelop and maintain documentation including standard operating procedures, equipment installation projects, work instructions and configuration dataExperience with HBSS, Splunk, RSA NetWitness, Sourcefire/Snort, and syslog-NG. Support organization system certification and accreditation programSupport organization information assurance program operations and maintenancePerform data analysis of data derived from system traces of malware & system compromise. Correlate data from multiple sources (IPS, HIDS, HIPS, Splunk, HBSS, and log data acquired through computer forensics & associated toolkits, packet capture, situational awareness data sources, vulnerability repositories, cyber threat reports) & prioritizes events for incident handling.Conduct incident handling & provide required reporting in accordance with Policy.Communicate incident handling requirements, procedures, & directives to all CNDSP subscribers. Perform security audits, provide incident investigation support, & initiate corrective actions to minimize & prevent security breaches.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical certifications or training, or work experience.


  • 8-10 years of related experience in data security administration.
  • DoDI 8570.01-M Certification with a CND-SP or IASAE specialization required (GCIA, CEH, GCIH, GCFA, CASP) ITIL v3 Certification preferred