Sr. System Engineer
Position Description: The Sr InfoSec Engineer is responsible for the administration of multiple ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) frameworks that reside on the customer's network. This individual is responsible for all ePO server and module administration tasks including but not limited to installation, configuration, migration, maintenance, optimization, troubleshooting, backup, and restoration.
Under general supervision, performs a myriad of duties relating to Computer Network Defense (CND). Creates, modifies, and analyzes data and all related reports that support the Defense Security Services agency. Utilizes various automated computer security suites/tools to assist in protecting various networks, both classified and unclassified. Conducts audits and performs troubleshooting. Prepares and maintains system request task status.
Performs Tier II\III level troubleshooting support.
Manage system and server security posture using the McAfee Host-based Security System (HBSS) according to organizational security regulations.
Interacting with users and troubleshooting various HBSS issues.
Tracks and maintains documentation of assigned tasks\projects.
Reviews documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the CND tools, processes, and procedures.
Validates results, reports discrepancies, and follows through to ensure that all issues are resolved.
Implements and interprets the requirements for agency compliance with policy directives governing infrastructure protection.
Provides expertise in the implementation of DOD related security policy.
Performs technical analysis and produce written documentation of findings.
Communicates analysis of current security posture to the client by compiling data from Retina Reports, new IAVA releases, and historical data.
Fifteen (15) years' experience with scanning tools
Ten (10) year of experience with Host Based Security Systems
Ten (10) year of experience in DOD IA environments in conforming to IA Vulnerability Management and TASKORDS with a firm understanding of networking fundamentals.
Five (5) year of experience with networking fundamentals and an understanding of common protocols.
Experience in system administration/ security administration of Windows server and workstation operating systems.
Must be detail oriented and team player.
Must have a current and active TOP SECRET clearance which has been used while working for the federal government within the last 2 years.
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)ce or (ISC©)2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) which is current / renewed in less than 3 years from the date of
DIDA ACAS Version 4/8 training
DISDA HBSS Advanced Analyst (501) Course
BS/BA (4-year degree) majoring in Information Security, Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related field
DISA HBSS 201 and 301 Training will be provided.