Responsible for the design, development, implementation,
and/or integration of the NRO IA architecture, system or system component. They ensure that IA related IS will be
functional and secure.
They provide Information Technology security engineering,
integration services, technical assessments, and solutions.
This includes analyzing the IA/Information Systems
environment helping customers understand information security needs, defining
system security requirements, designing system security architectures,
developing and implementing detailed security designs and measures to safeguard
information, and assessing information protection effectiveness.
Identifies information protection needs for the NRO
Information Systems (IS). Defines NRO IS security requirements in accordance
with applicable IA requirements. Provides system related input on IA security
requirements to be included in statements of work and other appropriate
procurement documents. Designs security architectures for use within the NRO
IS. Designs and develops IA or IA-enabled products for use within a NRO IS.
Integrates and/or implements Cross Domain Solutions (CDS) for use within a NRO
IS. Develops and implements security designs for new or existing network
system(s); ensures that the design of hardware, operating systems, and software
applications adequately address IA security requirements for the NRO IS.
Designs, develops, and implements network security measures that provide
confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation.
Designs, develops, and implements specific IA countermeasures for the NRO IS.
Develops interface specifications for the NRO IS. Develops approaches to
mitigate NRO IS vulnerabilities and recommend changes to system or system
components as needed. Ensures system(s) designs support incorporation of DoD,
IC, and NRO-directed IA vulnerability solutions, such as Information Assurance
Vulnerability Alerts (IAVAs)/Intelligence Community Vulnerability Alerts
(ICVAs). Develops IA architectures and designs for designs for National
Security Systems with security categorizations of confidentiality, low to
moderate; integrity, low to moderate; and availability, low to moderate.
Develops IA architectures and designs for systems processing Sensitive
Compartmented Information (SCI) operating in dedicated, system high or
compartmented mode. Assesses threats to and vulnerabilities of the NRO IS.
Identifies, assesses, and recommends IA or IA-enabled products used within NRO
IS; ensures products are in compliance with NRO's evaluation and validation
Experience, and Education:
must have 7 years of experience that can be a combination of work history and
education. This equates to a Doctorate and 0 years of experience OR Masters and
1 years, Bachelors and 3 years, Associates and 5 years or HS and 7 years. Must
have CASP or CISSP Certification within 6 months and be compliant with IAM
Level I certification requirements.
Required Clearance: TSSCI with Polygraph.
Job ID 1922796 Date posted 06/21/2019
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