USfalcon, Inc., recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking a Senior Cyber Security Analyst to work out of Patrick AFB in Cocoa Beach, FL.
– Bachelor’s Degree in Systems Engineering Field, Software Engineering, Computer Science or equivalent
– 5 to 9 years general experience and at least 5 years specific experience in Cyber/Information Systems Security
– Knowledge and background with architecture, systems and subsystem requirements, systems engineering processes, and development and maintenance of CONOPS.
– Technical skills to understand and analyze system problems, define potential solutions, and conduct in-depth technical analysis, assessments and trades and explain results of technical studies in a systems engineering/cyber context.
– Demonstrates understanding of cyber requirements analysis techniques, and acceptance testing strategies/methodologies.
– Possess basic theory and concept of operation of range instrumentation and network architectures.
– Demonstrate understanding and experience with DoD Cyber Security policy and instructions related to DIACAP and/or RMF.
– SECRET; Must be eligible to upgrade to TS/SCI
– CONUS travel may be required.
– Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Project, Access, and Outlook).
– Risk Management framework NIST 800-53, ISO 27001, IEC 62443, or NERC-CIP
– Have one of the following Cybersecurity workforce certifications: CISSP, CASP CE, or CSSLP (per AFMAN 33-285 3.2.6 IASAE Specialty
– Industry Cyber Security Certifications including CEH, SANS, CISSP-ISSEP, CISSP-ISSAP
– Provide Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I) with a focus on Cyber processes and requirements to support Range instrumentation systems including telemetry, command control, radar, communications, and associated systems.
– Perform Information Systems Security Engineering of system architectures, requirements analysis and decomposition, including system performance test and verification as it pertains to DoDI 8500 Series and more specifically DoDI 8500.2(Risk Management Framework).
– Perform Information Systems Security Engineering analyses to predict and define problems, define/design actionable corrective measures, and operational implementation of Launch Range and Network systems to ensure successful demonstration of Risk Management Frame work controls and mitigations; which result in Authorization to Operate.
– Prepare and review Security test and Evaluation (ST&E) plans and test reports, analytical evaluation of systems’ applicable RMF controls and mitigations, system hardening procedures, development of Cyber requirements and Interim Authority to Test packages.
– Research and develop Cyber processes and conceptual solutions that meet Cyber objectives and strategies.
– Review and assess contractor designs, artifacts and provide feedback on potential alternative system design approaches that adhere to Cyber requirements, policies and strategies.
– Participate or lead technical meetings and government-led studies, assess technical baselines and ensure system modifications meet Cyber requirements, objectives and strategies.
– Additional duties as assigned.
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; SECRET, TS, or TS/SCI clearance is required.