Information Systems Security Specialist Associate Direct LaborBookmark This
Administers Information Security (IS) Controls and guidelines to nodes and network management systems. Maintains network/system access and password controls. Collates and analyzes audit trail data. Reviews security threats and determines/implements effective countermeasures IAW established policies/regulations/directives. Analyzes network or system changes/reconfigurations for security impacts (performs risk analysis/assessment). Documents security measures policies. Performs functions as required in support of the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP). Monitor Sensors; Protect Attack, Sensing and Warning (AS&W) Support; Provide Indications and Warnings (I&W); Perform Statistical Analysis; Provide Incident Reporting; Provide Incident Analysis; Provide Incident Response; Perform Statistical Analysis.
Associates Degree and four years experience in IS, applicable military experience/training or equivalent training certificate(s) from an accredited training program may substitute for the degree requirement. A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Information Science, Information Systems, Computer Science, Physics, Math, Computer Science, Information Systems, or related scientific, computer or information systems field that supports the duty requirements may fulfill all the education and experience requirements established for this position. A working knowledge of LAN/WAN network management, data communications, TCP/IP, routers, IDS, and/or firewalls, including monitoring and diagnostics is essential. Must meet DoD 8570.01-M IAT II and CND-A certification within six months of hire.
Required Clearance: Active Top Secret