• Cybersecurity Engineer

    Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
    Job ID 2018-1067
  • Overview

    We are seeking a Cybersecurity Engineer to provide support to a government client in San Diego, CA!


    • Develop, refine and communicate cybersecurity strategy with NTCSS program leadership and external government agencies (e.g., SPAWAR STILO, DON CIO).
    • Develop NTCSS Cybersecurity Strategy and Program Protection Plan documents.
    • Capture and refine cybersecurity requirements for the NTCSS Program of Record.
    • Integrate cybersecurity requirements into system designs and documentation.
    • Provide subject matter expertise and ensuring program compliance with government cybersecurity requirements and Risk Management Framework (RMF) processes.
    • Provide risk assessment critiques and evaluations relative to NIST 800-30. 
    • Understand DoDI 8500.2 IA controls and common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE). 
    • Perform and review Test & Evaluation procedures in accordance with DISA guidelines and perform risk assessments based off that testing.
    • Recommend cybersecurity-specific Test & Evaluation procedures.
    • ODAA on reciprocity agreements for certified applications.
    • Perform OCRS maintenance.
    • Support the development and submission of the NTCSS IATO/ATO packages.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • An active secret clearance is required to be considered for this role.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Cybersecurity or a related field.
    • Minimum 3-5 years relevant work experience in the cybersecurity field (work experience should include Risk Analysis efforts, system testing using DISA STIGS and industry automated scanning tools).
    • Must have experience with the identification, development and oversight of appropriate DoD cybersecurity policy, processes and procedures.
    • Must have extensive experience implementing DIACAP and at least be cognizant of DoDI 8510.01 (i.e. Risk Management Framework).
    • Must have experience translating complex cybersecurity principles to support decision-making by program leadership.
    • Thorough working knowledge of Navy cybersecurity guidance documents, messages, and instructions (e.g., as promulgated by DON CIO, OPNAV, DoD and NAVNETWARCOM).
    • Thorough working knowledge of the Information Assurance Vulnerability Management Process (IAVM) and FISMA requirements.
    • Must be familiar with the DoD acquisition life cycle and be capable of providing cybersecurity input to acquisition documents as necessary (e.g., acquisition strategy, systems engineering plan).


    • CompTIA Security + certification.
    • Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification.
    • Certified Information Systems Security Professional; (CISSP) preferred.


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