ISSM/ISSO Information Systems Security Manager
Are you ready to make a difference? As our ISSO/ISSM you’ll provide lynchpin support for our team of professionals in a growing company. Maintain and expand your IS management talents into the unclassified side of the business by taking on company-wide network administration.
We provide technology and products to some of the most respected and demanding organizations in the world, including DARPA, the U.S. Army, CDC, Microsoft, ONR, and many others. Enjoy a relaxed work environment among highly-motivated engineers, scientists, and other professionals. We offer competitive salaries and a generous benefits package.
Active DoD security clearance at Secret level.
Minimum three (3) years of experience working on Accredited Information Systems (AIS). Relevant Bachelors Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience with AIS reaccreditation process under the NIST Risk Management Framework, in accordance with NIST special publications, including SP-800-128, SP-800-60, and DAAPM.
Familiarity with CUI requirements for unclassified IT systems is a plus.
Desirable certifications include Security+, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), CISSP or other DoD 8570.1 certifications.
Experience in network infrastructure and security best practices
Experience with Local Area Network administration and maintenance, including user control and VPN access
Experience with firewall appliance setup
Comfortable with Linux and Windows operating systems
Ability to automate local and remote server backups
Willingness and ability to independently take on a variety of IT tasks
Excellent communication skills
Establish and implement each AIS.
Continuously evaluate, document and implement all aspects of AIS. Routine tasks will include:
Perform weekly audits.
Keep system current with the latest patches and updates.
Create user accounts and conduct end-user training on security and technical procedures.
Run vulnerability and compliance scanning tools such as SCAP, STIG and reports.
Update hardware, software, and maintenance logs when required.
Mark media with required markings.
Unclassified Network Administration Responsibilities
Support day-to-day operations of the company’s information systems
Perform all hardware upgrades and repairs to the entire LAN including hubs, routers, printers and workstations
Promptly address system-wide and individual PC operational problems, and, when required closely manage contracted maintenance
Track warranties and service agreements and renew or extend when necessary
Maintain and monitor the Wide Area Network (WAN) connection; using virus protection software, daily backup procedures, and other tools, safeguard the entire LAN system, as well as the Company’s documents and records
Manage hardware and software requirements for multiple file servers used to operate the LAN
Install and support software.
Manage company file and communications security policies, to include public/private key encryption
Add and maintain users on the network; assigning application access, ensuring security, and maintaining their configurations are within standards
Monitor load balance on servers and make recommendations accordingly.
Artis is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.