The IA Lead is responsible for monitoring activities and performance of intrusion detection to determine real or implied threats and recommending cost-effective countermeasures validating, managing, coordinating and conducting Information Assurance Vulnerability Assessments (IAVA) for all applications prior to the applications deployment from the Systems Integration Environment (SIE) to the enterprise data center platforms.
As a Quality Assurance Developer supporting Mortgage Banking IT, you will create and document test strategies, plans and cases. You will team with other QA developer through test execution cycles for projects and be the face and voice of QA for projects.
In this role at Fuse Engineering, you will perform senior-level software assurance cyber defense engineering tasks concerned with software design, risk reduction, implementation and integration, personnel, software, support facilities and equipment.
The Information Assurance Engineer will be responsible for gathering information necessary to validate system security accreditations and to validate functioning security measures internal to these information systems.
An Information Assurance Engineer (IAE) is responsible for conducting information systems security engineering activities throughout the acquisition lifecycle. IAEs are responsible for capturing and refining information protection requirements to ensure their integration into information systems acquisition and information systems development through purposeful security design or configuration.
Develops, applies, revises, and maintains quality standards for receiving, in-process, and final inspection in accordance with company and contractual requirements. Writes inspection procedures. Reviews and evaluates in-process rejections and implements corrective action as needed. Participates in audits. May provide technical support to inspection personnel.