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Senior ISSE w/ 8 years experience

Annapolis Junction, MD · Information Technology
REQUIRED SKILLS/ABILITIES:
  • TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION YOU MUST HAVE AN ACTIVE TS/SCI W/ FULL SCOPE POLYGRAPH SECURITY CLEARANCE (U.S. CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED)  
Looking for a Senior ISSE who will be responsible for integrating information assurance disciplines into the system design, development, integration, and implementation. Identifying Information Protection needs and define System Security Requirements; designing System Security Architecture; developing detailed Security Designs (including system security certifications and project evaluations). Experienced with Defense in Depth principles and technology including access/control, authorization, Identification and authentication, public key infrastructure, network, and enterprise security architecture.

The Senior Information Systems Security Engineer shall have at least the following experience:
• At least eight (8) years integrating information assurance disciplines into the system design, development, integration, and implementation;
• Identifying Information Protection needs and define System Security Requirements; designing System Security Architecture; developing detailed Security Designs (including system security certifications and project evaluations);
• Experienced with principles and technology including access/control, authorization, Identification and authentication, public key infrastructure, network, and enterprise security architecture;
• Developing security plans for employing enterprise-wide security architecture;
• Assessing and auditing network penetration testing anti-virus planning assistance, risk analysis and incident response;
• Applying security risk assessment methodology to system development, including threat model development, vulnerability assessments, and resulting security risk analysis;
• Enforcing the design and implementation of trusted relationships among external agency systems and architectures;
• Experienced with the implementation of cross domain solutions (i.e., an information assurance solution that provides the ability to manually and/or automatically access and/or transfer between two or more differing security domains);
• Developing security plans for systems that process information with different classifications and categories that simultaneously permits access by users with different security clearances and denies access to users who lack authorization.





 
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