Diaconia is looking for a talented Sr. Information Security Specialist to join our Amazing team!
If you're looking to join a company that truly appreciates you and your talents, look no further! At Diaconia, we are committed to serving and caring for our colleagues, our clients and our community. Our team is made up of talented individuals who appreciate having the opportunity to contribute their knowledge and experience to further the growth and development of our industry. Our ideal candidates embrace diverse thinking, enjoy partnering with others and are seeking to make a difference!
Review and implement security systems for new and existing environments and infrastructure.
Ascertain how resources should be protected, using guidance from DEA, DOJ and NIST guidelines. Guide security implementations.
Recommend the type of control requirements, procedures, and facilities needed.
Recommend appropriate action to correct deficiencies.
Minimum of 6 years of experience in the field of information security
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of formal education and experience (8 years of directly related experience will substitute for education)
Active Secret Clearance Required
Experience in planning, coordinating, and implementing a federal information security program, its information security policies, procedures, and control techniques throughout the Assessment and Authorization (A&A) full system life cycle.
Experienced and have a comprehensive understanding evaluating the level of compliance for Privacy and Security controls, information security hardening standards, and Security advisories, from regulatory authorities and security standard bodies including the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)and applicable Executive Orders.
Experienced knowledge DevSecOps
Experienced and have a high level of proficiency utilizing various INFOSEC cyber security techniques including, forensics tools, intrusion prevention systems, web gateway appliances, SIEM systems, and vulnerability assessment software to aid in detection and prevention of cyber threats.
Proficiency in performing duties of cyber security system monitoring, incident identification, and incident handling including audit log and security event analysis and monitoring.
Strong background and formal education in engineering and sciences; must have existing or working to obtain an industry recognized information security certification such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), CompTIA Security + CE
Experience in establishing and implementing complex U.S. Government security programs and policies.
Professional training and certifications a plus.
Solid written and oral communications skills to provide assessments, guidance, and support regarding security to team and stakeholders
Develop in-depth understanding of DEA systems and the underlying DEA needs they meet.
Document as-is systems baselines and validated requirements.
Provide configuration management services to ensure best practices and standard processes are followed including source control, build management, software and system versions and configurations, deployment and release procedures, and implementation status.
Maintain the database of all information systems baseline components and provide configuration management summaries
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