What does a typical day look like for the Cybersecurity Engineer?
- Provide project capabilities in design, network system documentation, and identification of FRCS and IT components.
- Perform logical scans to locate FRCS components and assess network architecture and connectivity.
- Complete detailed network diagrams and network dataflow diagrams.
- Implement risk management programs for our federal clients.
- Enhance cyber awareness with clients and project teams.
- Work alongside federal clients to help them mitigate risk with the use of continuous monitoring and incident response.
- Establish security controls to ensure the protection of client systems.
- Implement cutting edge security tools for our federal clients.
What qualifications do you look for?
- Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or equivalent combination of training and experience.
- AT Level II Certification Required (CCNA-Security, GICSP, GSEC, Security+ CE, or SSCP certification), AT Level III Certification Preferred (CISSP) A.
- 5+ years of experience performing network discovery, developing hardware/software lists, and developing network diagrams.
- Experience designing and configuring servers, switches, workstations.
- Experience designing and programming control system devices.
- Experience working with RMF and NIST 800-53.
- Experience working with UFGS 25 05 11.
- Experience working with cyber security tools.
- Self‐motivated with highly developed verbal, written, and interpersonal skills.
- U.S. Citizenship Required.
- Must be able to obtain/maintain a security clearance.
We’re extra impressed by:
- Certifications in Cisco, Juniper, Moxa, and/or other Network Switches.
- Certifications in MS Windows Server, Active Directory, Enterprise OS.
- Certifications in Linux Operating Systems.
- Project Management Professional (PMP).