Analyze the development of strategies, policies, and architectures to identify issues and gaps and determine the requirements necessary to support a DoD program. Address both cryptographic modernization and key management capabilities, including reviewing relevant regulations, directives, mandates, policies, and supporting technical specifications. Evaluate the current state of the client’s capabilities to identify the elements that provide a clear return on investment and determine how to leverage to gain IT efficiencies. Assess the current-state client’s program, requirements, processes, standard operating procedures, and technologies. Assess and provide recommendations on the program technologies that are deployed within the strategic and tactical environment. Assess and evaluate new and emerging program technologies that can be used across the Army. This position requires travel to key locations to assess standalone and embedded program capabilities, as necessary.
- Experience with supporting Cybersecurity programs with government or military personnel
- Knowledge of software assurance or Cybersecurity policies, guidelines, and procedures
- Knowledge of military communication security policies, guidelines, and procedures
- Ability to travel up to 25% of the time
- Secret clearance
- BA or BS degree
- Knowledge of Army specific communication security policies, guidelines, and procedures
- Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
- DoD 8570.1 Information Assurance Manager (IAM) Level II Certification, including Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Global Information Assurance – Security Leadership Certification (GSLC), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), or CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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