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Cyber Data Analyst

Computer Office Work

Job Title: Cyber Data Analyst

Job ID: 0101002

Date Posted: 5/20/2022

Location: Springfield, Virginia, United States of America

Category: Information Technology

Minimum Clearance Required to Start: TS/SCI

Job Type: Full Time

Travel: Up to 10% (Local)

*Position contingent upon contract award

 

Job Description:

We are seeking a Cyber Data Analyst to join our growing team for Vulnerability Testing Services on an upcoming Cybersecurity Services contract based out of Springfield, VA. The position is contingent upon contract award.

As a Cyber Data Analyst, you will be providing cybersecurity data analysis services, which designs, develops, builds, tests, configures, employs, operates, integrates, sustains, and refreshes the Security Information Events Management (SIEM) capability (i.e. Enterprise Audit), long-term analytics platform, log aggregation platform, and the cyber threat intelligence capability, signature development and deployment, and reputation management services. This includes the onboarding of all new and existing IT resources and ensuring the correct routing of all audit events to mission partners in accordance with Intelligence Community Standards (ICS) 500-27.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide all preventative and corrective maintenance to ensure consistent, reliable, and secure service availability. This includes all actions required to return the service to full operational capabilities such as vendor RMA processes, removal and proper disposal of broken equipment/software, installation and testing of new equipment/software, and configuration of new equipment/software.

  • Perform day-to-day maintenance, and specific scheduled maintenance activities that result from manufacturers' recommended service intervals, alerts, bulletins, available patches, and updates according to agency-approved change management processes. This includes maintaining updated documentation, change logs, and service bulletin libraries for all supported equipment and software in the CSOC knowledge management platform.

  • Execute emergency maintenance actions with sufficient urgency to preclude unacceptable outage durations, approved by the Government prior to execution, and coordinated through and approved by CSOC and ESC government management.

  • Perform all development, engineering, testing, integration, and implementation actions necessary for major vendor revisions.

  • Perform continuous engineering assessments to improve the performance, effectiveness, coverage, and maturity of this service. These assessments are limited to improvements that can be achieved without the purchase of additional hardware or software.

  • Perform all development, design, engineering, testing, integration, and implementation actions necessary to perform a full technology refresh every four years or upon Asset contract recompete, whichever comes first (Note: The assets supporting this service are acquired through a DoD contract). This includes the removal and disposal of the legacy capability.

  • Operate all assets assigned to this service within the Government Furnished Information - Software Tools list in accordance with vendor instructions, industry best practices, and government directives, polices, procedures, etc.

  • Ensure all required data is routed to the DoD CMRS database in the appropriate format, and validate the accuracy of data contained within CMRS weekly.

  • Configure all assets assigned to this service within the Government Furnished Information - Software Tools list in accordance with all customer laws, directives, orders, polices, guidance, procedures etc.

  • Ensure this service provides 100% coverage of all applicable customer enclaves, domains, information flows, and devices. Provide weekly reports to CSOC government leadership on any people, processes, or technology challenges preventing the achievement of 100% coverage.

  • Use various monitoring, analysis, and visualization tools to track effectiveness, status, performance metrics, and other information as needed or required by CSOC government staff and contractors assigned Cybersecurity Operations Services and Cybersecurity Readiness Services.

  • Track vendor end of life and end of support status for assets in CDRL D0009 Asset Inventory Perform all development, design, engineering, testing, integration, and implementation actions needed for the total integration and interoperability between all applicable assets in the Government Furnished Information - Software Tools list. This includes ensuring all data flows are properly parsed for ingestion/transmission to the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and other internal and external automated reporting systems.

  • Utilize agency-approved ticketing systems to document, track, assign, update, and coordinate all engineering, integration, configuration, and maintenance actions.

  • Report as vendor updates are received.

Job Requirements:

  • TS/SCI clearance (current). Selected candidate must be able to successfully pass and maintain a government polygraph (post-hire requirement).

  • Bachelor’s Degree and or equivalent experience in a related field.

  • 6 years of relevant experience.

  • DoD 8570 IAT II and CSSP Analyst certifications required.

  • Perform all development, design, engineering, testing, integration, and implementation actions needed for the total integration and interoperability between all applicable assets in the Government Furnished Information - Software Tools list. This includes ensuring all data flows are properly parsed for ingestion/transmission to the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and other internal and external automated reporting systems.

  • Utilize agency-approved ticketing systems to document, track, assign, update, and coordinate all engineering, integration, configuration, and maintenance actions.

Required Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and or equivalent experience in a related field.

To apply:​

  • Send a copy of your resume to careers@gieslerllc.com.

  • "Subject" line of the email should include your name and the position you are applying for.

 

Giesler, LLC is a private corporation established in the State of Georgia, is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. This commitment affirms Giesler LLC’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity in accordance with all applicable Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action laws, directives and regulations to all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other protected status under Federal, State or Local law.