Cybersecurity Policy Analyst

Company Name:
Booz Allen Hamilton
Title: Cybersecurity Policy Analyst
Location: Virginia-Falls Church
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Key Role:
Support a high visibility DoD client in the counter-narcoterrorism domain. Provide information assurance (IA) expertise in a supporting role to the IA team lead. Assist with analyzing systems and network architectures and performing research on applicable information assurance regulations, policies, and industry best practices. Provide the results of this research in a usable format that can be incorporated in recommendations to the client. Act in a hands-on capacity with producing documentation of current and proposed Cybersecurity architectures, existing system configuration, and compliance that will be combined into certification and accreditation (C&A) packages. Provide exposure to leading edge technologies on multiple classifications of networks and many different projects to provide candidates with multiple growth opportunities.
Basic Qualifications:
-4 years of experience with DIACAP, risk management framework, or implementing NIST 800-53 controls
-4 years of experience with technical writing and developed IS artifacts, including SSP, IRP, COOP, or DRP to meet DODI 8510.01 compliance
-4 years of experience with security technical implementation guides (STIGs) and vulnerability management tools, including scanners, such as Retina and remediation technologies, such as Gold Disk and SCCM
-Experience with analyzing Cybersecurity and information assurance or computer network defense architectures and comprehending their components
-Active Secret clearance required
Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with ACAS, VMS, CMRS, SCCM, and WSUS
-Experience with incident response
-Knowledge of Cybersecurity, IA, or CND tools and architectures at a technical level
-Ability to make differential analyses of strengths and weaknesses
-BA or BS degree preferred
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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