- SAIC has an opening for a Cyber Security Analyst Principal is located in Raleigh//Durham, NC and Arlington, VA supporting TSA. The Cyber Security Analyst’s responsibilities include:
- Under direct supervision, provides support to plan, coordinate, and implement the organization’s information security.
- Provides support for facilitating and helping agencies identify their current security infrastructure and define future programs, design and implementation of security related to IT systems
- Provides assistance with the efforts of security staff to design, develop, engineer and implement solutions to security requirements
- Assists with the implementation and development of the DHS TSA IT security.
- Gathers and organizes technical information about existing security products, and ongoing programs.
- Performs risk analyses which also includes risk assessment
- A working knowledge of security practices and procedures; knowledge of current security tools available; hardware/software security implementation; different communication protocols; encryption techniques/tools; familiarity with commercial products, and current Internet/EC technology.
- Provide support for monitoring events and ongoing maintenance activities
- Knowledge and understanding of management tools used to detect most anomalies within the infrastructure
- Knowledge and understanding of incident response, IDS/IPS, Endpoint systems, firewalls, sensors, routers/switches
- Provide recommendations to threat mitigation strategies
- Experience with security and network technology (UNIX/Windows/Linux OS, Cisco/Juniper Routing and Switching equipment) within a hands-on design/Implementation/Administration role.
- Demonstrates knowledge of TCP/IP protocol implementations for all common network services in addition to demonstrated capability to perform network packet analysis and anomaly detection
- Provide Cyber Threat Analysis support
- Perform analysis and correlation of cyber threat events
- Must be able to predict trends in cyber threat activity
- Knowledge and understanding of vulnerability management, vulnerability assessment, risk analysis, security control analysis, and monitoring of security controls
- Knowledge and understanding of NIST, FIPS, FISMA, policies, procedures and guidelines
- Knowledge and understanding of NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF)
- Provides daily supervision and direction to staff.
? Must hold a secret clearance
? Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in a technical discipline from an accredited college or university
? Have a minimum of five (5) years of experience, with at least four (3) of those involving CND and Incident Response
? Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Excellent communications skills.
? Possess security certifications (CISSP, Security+, IAT certificatoin)