- Technical Writing
- NIST Standards
- DoD Experience
- Communication Skills
Apply subject matter expertise and programmatic and technical support to a senior DoD Cybersecurity client, specifically supporting continuous monitoring, Cybersecurity inspections and assessments, and other DoD enterprise capabilities. Analyze the development of DoD-wide strategy, policy, and guidance on client topics and collaborate with DoD services, Combatant Commands, and agencies to build consensus based on best practices and lessons learned. Develop briefings, whitepapers, and other materials for senior DoD officials in response to statutory and regulatory direction.
5+ years of experience with information assurance or Cybersecurity best practices
3+ years of experience with continuous monitoring of networks and systems
3+ years of experience with IT policies and regulations
Experience with briefing senior clients and team members on technical, policy, and functional issues
Experience with technical writing, including security policy analysis, guidance, and memorandums
Experience with OSD, Service Staff, DoD, or Joint Staff as government, contractor, or military personnel
Top Secret clearance
BA or BS degree
3+ years of experience with federal security policies and regulations
3+ years of experience with continuous monitoring of networks and systems in the DoD
Experience with facilitating discussions and providing logistics support to stakeholder meetings
Knowledge of NIST special publications, including 800-37, 39, 53, and 137
Knowledge of the DoD Cybersecurity Service Provider (CSSP)
Knowledge of Cybersecurity inspections, including DoD CCRIs and CCORIs
Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
BA or BS degree in technical field
CISSP or CISM Certification
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Top Secret clearance is required.
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