Raytheon Tucson, AZ 85702
At Missile Systems we regard the security of our employees, its assets, tangible and intangible, to be of primary importance to our continued growth, profitability and success. The establishment of security controls and procedures is essential for the protection of employees, the preservation of assets, and the effective enforcement of rules and regulations. Information Assurance (IA) Cybersecurity are matters we take very seriously indeed. And so do our customers, from global governments to Fortune 500 companies. That’s why they trust us to deliver the end-to-end offensive and defensive solutions that successfully protect them from a wide range of internal and external threats including breach, fraud, theft and sabotage. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: The Information System Security Officer (ISSO) will analyze and coordinate IA Cybersecurity requirements for networked and standalone systems within environments of varying complexity levels. The ISSO will be responsible for creating and maintaining certification and accreditation documentation. Ensure system security measures comply with multiple regulatory requirements (e.g. NISPOM, DAAPM, JSIG, ICD 703, DoD RMF), and accurately assess the impact of modifications, changes, and vulnerabilities for each system where needed. Coordinate duties with selected Security, Information Technology, and Project Managers on a regular basis. The ISSO will conduct reviews and technical inspections (as prescribed by the ISSM) to identify and mitigate potential security weaknesses, and ensure that all security features applied to a system are implemented and functional. Create and maintain all IA Cybersecurity documentation (e.g. SSPs, Security Profiles, approvals, etc.) for their assigned areas. Participates in interdepartmental projects Interfaces with internal security personnel, system administrators, customers and management Performs other IA cybersecurity-related duties as assigned by management on an “as required” basis Travel as needed to other business locations to provide necessary cybersecurity support US Citizenship is required as this positon needs an active US Security Clearance as of day one of employment. Applicants may be considered for the Cyber Defense Technologist I / G06 or the Cyber Defense Technologist II / G07 position based on the candidate's qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and position responsibilities. Do you meet these minimum required Skills? Required Education, Skills, & Experience: Bachelor’s degree, or 8 years equivalent related experience in lieu of degree Active Secret security clearance – you must currently possess a minimum of a current, final Secret clearance with an investigation not older than 6 years on the first day of employment Familiarity with implementation of Government directives and policies derived from NIST, CNSSI, DoD, FISMA, ISACA, PCI, SOX, HIPAA or other Government Regulatory compliance standards within a professional industry (defense, commercial, finance, healthcare, etc.) Must be able to obtain DoD 8570.01-M IAM level I certified credentials (Security+ ce, etc.) U.S Citizenship Desired Experience, Skills, and Education: Degree major in Computer Science, Information Systems Management, Information Technology, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Business or other related degree Experience with the identification, development, and reporting of cybersecurity program performance metrics and oversight of appropriate cybersecurity policy, processes and procedures Working knowledge of multiple operating systems; Windows, UNIX, Linux, Solaris, IRIX, SUSE, and MAC operating systems Experience in the execution and management of cyber incident response; preservation, containment, eradication Experience providing technical security expertise and oversight for complex, cross-domain, heterogeneous classified networked environments Experience with securing/hardening various types of special test equipment (STE); oscilloscopes, analyzers, frequency generators Willing/able to travel within the continental US on company business up to 25% of time Public speaking / group training experience Experience in the oversight and execution of the Assessment & Authorization processes (Certification & Accreditation) Experience in the oversight and execution of a continuous monitoring/improvement program (to include but not limited to self-inspections, security control assessments, training, log management systems, automated inventory utilities, etc.) Experience implementing the NISPOM, DAAPM, JSIG, ICD 703, or equivalent requirements to include technical computer/network system auditing 156605
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