Varec Inc. a Leidos company has an opening for a Senior Cyber Compliance Analyst managing processes and procedures also supporting Information Assurance and quality assurance requirements for the FuelsManager® Defense (FMD), Base Level Support Application (BLSA) application suite provided by the Defense Logistics Agency and used throughout the DoD worldwide.
Varec is a worldwide leader in fuels management systems for total asset visibility and control, supplying integrated hardware and software solutions to oil and gas, defense and aviation markets. With its headquarters and manufacturing facility outside of Atlanta, Georgia, Varec also has offices in Virginia, Australia and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.varec.com.
In this mission as a subject matter expert for all advanced cybersecurity and information assurance support requests generated from BSM-Energy Customers at all levels. In addition to the application support, provide advanced operating systems, network architecture, security posture compliance, analysis, Risk Management Framework authorizations and incident management life cycle support resolution.
- Supporting and managing an evolving IT infrastructure, computer operations of the production and staging systems.
- Advising, investigating and evaluating the selection of solutions used by our customer.
- Provide ongoing maintenance and evolution of operational systems and applications.
- Propose solutions to customers evolving security issue.
- Work with senior team members across Development, QA, and Engineering and Service managers to define product requirements related to security compliance. Requirements definition of back porting/retrofitting and modification of Base Level Support Application (BLSA) specific interfaces, reports, installation programs and utility programs as they relate to security configuration issues and noncompliance issues.
- Creating, Managing and delivering applicable Risk Management Framework (RMF) packages detailed to the BLSA application to obtain/maintain active accreditation and authority to connect authorizations for each branch of service supported with BLSA.
- Executing automated and manual Security Test Scripts as necessary
- Manage/utilize automated scanning tools for Database security, Application security, and Network security and penetration vulnerabilities.
- Information Assurance testing as necessary to comply with Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) version releases, Trustwave (AD), Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS), MicoFocus Web Inspect Vulnerability Scanners, Penetration testing and correct document and prepare deployment of corrective methodologies both internal and external customers.
- Manage/create all deployed operating system images per DISA/DoD security compliance measurements.
- Manage/develop monthly update packages to be deployed and implemented at standalone facilities to maintain the necessary security posture and IA compliance with DoD Directives and Instructions related to IT systems
- Manage/Conduct ongoing testing to verify correct systems operation with Operating System patches, service packs, IAVM/IAVA notifications, DISA/NSA/NIST Security Cert notifications and version releases. Required monthly report covering this process
- Provide direct and indirect Senior SME assistance to the PMO team in support of required government audits i.e FISCAM and GAO etc.
- Provide the necessary controls and data gathering capability to assemble, verify and validate requirements for various ongoing BLSA development efforts related to cybersecurity and defense in-depth requirements.
- Serve as an advocate for Security best practices, active participant in the Agile Team development and CM process for the supported applications.
- Provide technical guidance for quality systems, customer support, Field Technician proficiency assessment, and problem solving facilitation
- Deploy to field locations randomly to perform Quality Surveillance Management operation evaluations and reporting.
- Manager/resolve quality problems with product configuration and deployment departments
- Design and Implement quality initiatives to reduce/eliminate non-standard implementation
- Continuously update and maintain Quality standards to improve process and product quality
- Maintain compliance with all quality requirements for all approved processes and certifications
- Manage/Perform internal task order quality assurance inspection both random and scheduled.
- Manage, coordinate and/or lead related quality initiatives, activities and programs including implementation strategies and systems integration and alignment.
- Provide Quality Assurance Reports to the COTR within the prescribe timeframe
- Validate documentation changes for Quality Assurance related issues for internal/external user documents.
- Active certification compliance in accordance with DoD Directive 8140.01 and DOD 5870.01-M IAT Level II Category to include Computing Environment (CE) certification (current supported operating system certification).
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills required
- Bachelor’s Degree in related field or 8 yrs of related experience will be considered in lieu of a degree
- Government IT security clearance, IT2 minimum with possible requirements for an IT1
- Experience working with DISA/NSA/NIST security compliance settings for the platforms provided to base level customers, including a full understanding of the operating and system security parameters deployed and utilized in a DoD environment
- SME experience with the entire current RMF Process or prior Accreditation methodology
- SME experience with Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS)
- In-depth technical experience/knowledge with DoD operating system images and security parameters for each military branch of service
- Full understanding of IT networking architecture with relation to Client Server configurations and/or thin/thick net configurations as well has advanced hardware and software knowledge
- Full working knowledge of imaging software and deployment methods and packages
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