Sr. Information Assurance Technology Specialist

Engility is seeking an Information Assurance professional to support work on Navy Electronic Warfare and Electronic Attack systems, at Pt. Mugu, CA.
The IA Technical Specialist Serves as a functional expert in support of tasking that involves advanced knowledge of Information Assurance policy or technical cybersecurity solutions necessary to ensure the safe operation and/or accreditation of complex CEAT systems.
This support would include:
Evaluating the integration of emerging cybersecurity technologies into multiple enterprise CEAT systems
Performing penetration testing, performing cyber forensics, system security engineering
Integrating identify management solutions,
Developing mitigation strategies to reduce risk for CEAT systems with a high cyber-attack risk
Interfacing with senior policy and accrediting authorities across various DoD services and Combatant Commands
Defining program plans for obtaining all necessary authorization and connection approvals.
Secret Clearance required
At least ten (10) years of practical experience and either a broad background in numerous cybersecurity technologies/policy organizations or have deep background in a specific cyber technology such as:
Cross Domain Solutions,
Multi-Level Security (MLS),
Host Based Security Systems,
Identity Management Solutions,
Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems,
Public Key Infrastructure,
Mobile Device Management,
Wireless Security Solutions,
Communications Security (COMSEC),
Cryptography, or other emerging cyber technology solution;
Must meet current DoD 8570.01M training requirements.
BS or BA degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or a "Relevant Technical Discipline".

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