The Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM)/Cyber Security Engineer is responsible for the administration of Windows and Linux based servers and manages the information security program for the WSRI facilities. Working in conjunction with security and information technology management, the position is responsible for the safeguarding of all classified IT systems, IT material, and hardware (IT and laboratory test equipment) on the premises; ensuring the security of all unclassified and classified computing resources through proper network security engineering practices and application of National Institute of Science and Technology Publication 800-53 as required by regulation or instruction; meeting all DSS training and certification requirements as determined by the ISSM and his/her supervisor. The ISSM will coordinate with DSS industrial security and IT representatives for inspection and reports. This position monitors WSRI network security parameters, traffic and users to identify vulnerabilities and loss of protected data.
Bachelor's degree ●8+ years of experience in Information Technology ● holds TS/SCI Clearance ●Progressively responsible execution of ●ISSO/ISSM duties in a classified environment. ●Other IT/IS experience may be considered if related to ISSM duties. ●U.S. Citizenship
Required Professional license or certificates: ● Must possess a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification or other equivalent as identified in DoD 8570.01-M (Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program) as of November 29, 2018 which include Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) or GIAC Security Leadership Certificate (GSLC). ● Must be eligible for and able to maintain a US Government security clearance with access to Special Access Required information and Sensitive Compartmented Information. Must meet other requirements levied by law, government directive or policy in maintaining access such as financial reporting and polygraph examination ● Understanding of how to protect information related to ITAR, EAR, HIPAA, and PII in addition to DoD controlled unclassified information and classified information
●Additional education in Network Engineering or Electronics Engineering ●Experience in the application of logical and physical security controls required to protect HIPAA, ITAR, EAR and other forms of Sensitive but unclassified information.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
20% Assist the assigned security officer with oversight of all on‐site personnel in executing required information system safeguarding policies and procedures of for classified activities that occur within DSS approved secured facility sites. The ISSM will interface with DSS, coordinating all inspections and reporting submissions related to IT in coordination with the Security Officer.
20% Cyber Security Architect responsible for the protection of all IT systems at WSRI. Establish a program to monitor the WSRI unclassified IS environment for intrusions, unauthorized alterations or activities ensuring the integrity, availability and confidentiality of information processed or stored within the environment. Develop mitigation strategies to support the security of WSRI's unclassified IS environment in support of the Director of IT and Director of Security goals and objectives. Ensure WSRI network equipment is patched/maintained in accordance with industry and NIST standards
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