Sr. Security Analysts - CSAM Administrator
LocationLDM Headquarters in Washington, DC Metropolitan AreaClient Sites (throughout the US)Position OverviewLDM is looking for Sr. Security Analysts - CSAM Administrators. The work will be performed on-site at the client location and/or at LDM offices in the DC Metropolitan Area. The candidates must have five or more-years Cybersecurity experience with:* Must have CSAM Administrator experience and have knowledge and ability to work directly with Department of Justice (DOJ) as they are the service/software provider for CSAM. (REQUIRED)* Expert knowledge of NIST Publications (specifically NIST SP 800-53, SP 800-37 and related updates of NIST publications), OMB, Risk Management Framework (RMF), FISMA, and the Cyber Security Framework.* Knowledge of FIPS 199, NIST SP 800-137, and Continuous Diagnostics & Mitigation (CDM)* Knowledge and experience with System Development Lifecycle (SDLC).* Project management experience (ie, experience in monitoring and overseeing multiple tasks concurrently lasting 2-6 months long each).* Knowledge and experience with SharePoint, BigFix, SPLUNK, and CSAM.* Knowledge and experience with technology security engineering, analysis, and security controls assessments.* Experience at the IRS with knowledge on IRS assessment processes. (DESIRED)Requirements / Certifications* IT security knowledge with desired Professional Certifications from (ISC)2, ISA, PMI, CompTIA, SANS* Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP)* Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO)* Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)* Certified Expert RMF Professional (CERP)* Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified (DESIRED)* 5+ years' experience in cybersecurity, network infrastructure or systems architecture (Certified Assessor)* Travel: NoneResponsibilities and DutiesYou should also be able to deliver on the following expertly and consistently:* Lead the Transition-in and Transition-Out process.* Provide direct support on the CSAM tool customization and configuration for the client.* Provide all management and oversight support of CSAM.* Support the integration and/or introduction of data into the CSAM database for each FISMA reportable.* Support the development of additional functionality requested by the client based on their emerging standards and current requirements from the agency.* Support development of CSAM Road Map to include all preparations & customizations of the tool, integration of data, and schedule for moving all the client's FISMA reportable inventory into CSAM automated processes.* Host a weekly status meeting attended by Cybersecurity personnel engaged in CSAM to discuss statuses and make changes; support frequent review and updates to the CSAM Road Map.* Based on Road Map, the Contractor must create and maintain a CSAM project schedule (separate from existing SCA weekly status report provided by client assessor team) that provides additional detail on transition plans at the system level.* Conduct and/or participate in stakeholder meetings, most always done as conference calls, and support coordination and collaboration between the client stakeholders and other contractors.* Develop presentation(s), and brief client personnel on the proposed Road Map and Schedule for onboarding of systems into CSAM to be shared with client executives as well as stakeholders who will be end users of the tool.* Document the configuration baseline, roles, and permissions set for each role. The Contractor must create specific templates, as needed.* Develop & deliver training to client personnel on CSAM management whenever a major change occurs within the system or at minimum on an annual basis. The client personnel must understand how to use the tool and what functions and capabilities exist within the tool.* Develop & maintain detailed project plan.