Under the direction of the Information Security Officer, the Information Security Engineer protects organizational assets by ensuring the secure implementation and operation of information services technologies and processes for Memorial Health System.
Define the control system software requirements, software specification and software structure for tillage applications. Implement the software architecture and strategies, requirements for closed loop control algorithms, and related software control logic.
Job tasks include working with software developers and system engineers to review and understand software functional requirements, utilize d-space test equipment to execute test, document results prior to flash file release for large engines C32-C175 used in large commercial applications.
Perform computer network defense (CND) incident triage, including determining, urgency, and potential impact, identifying the specific vulnerability, making recommendations that enable expeditious remediation, performing initial forensically sound collection of images, and inspecting to discern possible mitigation or remediation on enterprise systems.
The Engineer will be responsible for facilitating and maintaining FMEA content on numerous engine system programs; content includes technical integration and application review of failure modes and mitigation of electrical hardware, controllers, software strategies, diagnostics and service.
Assists in preparing zero spare analysis reports for new contracts and submits them to their Manager for review prior to the start of a contract; work areas and the general appearance of the office are to be clean, orderly and all systems are to be functional.
This individual will work within a 3 or 4 person team maintaining existing remote control products as well as supporting the expansion of remote control technology on CFU/ADS Caterpillar machine systems.