As part of the MSS organization and a member of the Threat Library team, the Threat Library Engineer will be an expert in the security analytics and security intelligence domain with a background in the enablement and in-life optimization of security monitoring technologies, services or products.
In this role, you will assist the Government to Generate and maintain security documentation for system hardware and software, to include System Security Plans, equipment lists, practices and procedures.
Performs a variety of forensic and electronic discovery services, including digital evidence preservation, forensic analysis, data recovery, tape recovery, electronic mail extraction, and database examination.
Responsible for providing technical guidance focused on information security architecture. Performs security research, analysis, and design for assigned client computing systems and the network infrastructure.
You'll be part of a world-class team in a fast-paced environment that has the entrepreneurial feel of a start-up. This is an opportunity to operate and engineer systems on a massive scale, and to gain top-notch experience in cloud computing.
Analyze available security information including results of configuration compliance verification; vulnerability assessment, database assessments; security and system patch information; field reports; OIG reports, and intelligence information to assess the status of remote organizations cyber security posture.
Facilitate the exchange of information, techniques, and best practices for promoting software and hardware assurance as part of the DoD systems engineering and system security engineering ( SSE ) processes.