IA Engineer

Location: Reston, VA
Date Posted: 07-24-2018
Immediate interview for qualified candidates
Reston Va
Temp to Hire
Ability to obtain a clearance/US citizen

Candidate will report to the Enterprise FireMon Security Intelligence Platform infrastructure in support of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program and associated tools (RSA Archer, Splunk, IEM, FireEye, etc.). Analysis of information maintained within FireMon Security Intelligence Platform. Track, analyze, and report on risks in alignment with policy, standards, processes, and controls. Consult with infrastructure management to customize and configure FireMon Security Intelligence Platform Monitoring to meet specific Department and DHS requirements. Technical writing and creation of formal documentation such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), reports, training materials, slide decks, and architecture diagrams.
 
Required: Bachelor’s degree in an IT/ Computer Science-related related discipline can be substituted for two (2) of the six (6) year of required experience. Must have six (6) years of operational experience, including two (2) years of hands-on experience in the technologies outlined in section 4. Familiarity with MS­Office automation products, including MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS- PowerPoint, and MS­Project. Familiarity working with Google products including Mail, Sites, Calendar, Spreadsheet, Drive, and Document. Specializes in enterprise level security technologies.  Advanced knowledge of FireMon Security Intelligence Platform in support of DOI IT security reporting requirements. Candidate should be familiar with core time and project management principles, to include creating plans, prioritizing and balancing workload, updating status, creating status reports. Knowledge of information technology (IT) security principles and methods (e.g., firewalls, demilitarized zones, encryption). Knowledge of physical and logical network devices and infrastructure to include hubs, switches, routers, firewalls, etc. Knowledge and experience with networking protocols and the ability to identify both secure and insecure rulesets and configurations. Knowledge of NIST 800-53 current revision. Skill in configuring and utilizing computer protection components (e.g., hardware firewalls, servers, routers, as appropriate). Skill to compare indicators/observables with requirements.
 
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