As a Security Engineer you will:
- Provide critical support in protecting our country.
- Work with a team of driven, supportive and highly skilled professionals who have the desire for success and a relentless interest in providing a positive customer experience to complement a cohesive team of professionals.
- Continue growing and perfecting your security engineer skills.
- Receive a robust benefits package that includes Employee Stock Ownership Plan!
- Be a part of an empowered accountability culture where each employee-owner has a meaningful stake in the future success and growth of the company.
A week in the life of a Security Engineer:
- Experience engineering systems that have been accredited via DoD IA Certification and Accreditation Program (DIACAP) and the Risk Management Framework (RMF).
- Ability to advise and guide team members on cybersecurity and DIACAP/RMF practices in accordance with Navy processes, policies, and approaches.
- Ability to develop security architecture artifacts to support engineering efforts.
- Ability to analyze user needs and current security regulations and guidelines to determine IA functional requirements.
- Ability to analyze and define IA security requirements for MLS systems and non-MLS systems.
- Ability to design, develop, engineer, and implement solutions to MLS and non-MLS requirements.
- Experience gathering and organizing technical information about an organizations missions, goals, and requirements; existing security products; and ongoing IA programs.
- Experience developing security engineering practices to ensure that systems are delivered and deployed in a secure and accredited state.