System High Corporation
System High was founded to provide high-end secrecy protection for the Nation's most sensitive programs.  We accomplished our objective by bringing together the most innovative, critical thinking professionals in the business.  Our successes have allowed expansion across numerous government agencies and commercial customers.  Today, the System High family maintains a culture that attracts and retains creative, committed, and energetic people driven to provide "Information's Best Defense."
Apr 19, 2018
Duties may include: • Monitor and manage security programs and operations supported by and providing status reports and recommendations for decisions. • Assist, collaborate, and coordinate with other SIS offices and divisions (SISP, SISO, SISI, SISX, SISC, etc.). • Develop solutions, and convey to internal and external customers. • Provide agency level technical expertise concerning the identified security disciplines and operations support. • Monitor security applications through the review and analysis of appropriate metrics and maintains required records. • Prepare and disseminate security procedures/guidance. • Provide guidance as required in implementing security requirements. • Manage project milestones. • Develop life cycle plans. • Update and maintain appropriate records (e.g. database and hardcopy) of security actions. • Conduct inspections and performs assistance visits, as required • Liaise with members of the DoD, the IC and other officials as required to keep abreast of current personnel. • Interpret security policy on matters pertaining to processing, dissemination, and controlling of classified materials. • Receive, control and safeguard SCI and collateral information. • Acts as liaison between NGA and other federal agencies and contractors. • Risk management - conducts surveys and render impact statements or recommendations. • Prepare and deliver briefings to internal and external customers • Prepares various forms of correspondence. • Monitor and manage security operations and provide government with status reports and recommendations for decisions. • Apply experience in supporting security concepts, principles and practices to analyze and resolve difficult and complex security issues. • Provide security guidance to contractors using DoD and IC regulations and requirements - analyze complex data and make appropriate program recommendations. • Investigate and prepare impact statements, and provide recommendations on security/security violations. • Prepare SCI Controlled Access Programs (CAP's), Special Access Programs (SAP), Alternative Compensatory Control Measures (ACCM) and other collateral materials for shipment to other agencies/sites IAW applicable security handling procedures. • Prepare outgoing classified messages on employees/contractors visiting other government facilities. • Provide technical security expertise in one or more of the following security disciplines: personnel, physical/industrial, computer investigations, and operations. • Utilize security concepts, principles and practices to analyze and resolve difficult and complex security issues. • Monitor security applications through the review and analysis of appropriate metrics. • Develop the required program/operation t Position Requirements Skills and Experience: • A Level 4 with a minimum of 11 years' experience, of which at least 5 years of this experience has been in the intelligence community. • A Level 3 with a minimum of 7 years' experience, of which at least 3 years of this experience has been in the intelligence community. • A Level 2 with a minimum of 3 years' experience, of which at least 2 years of this experience has been in the intelligence community. Years of Experience/Education Requirements: • Bachelor's degree preferred in a business or criminal justice field About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation E City Ave, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Duties may include: • Monitor and manage security programs and operations supported by and providing status reports and recommendations for decisions. • Assist, collaborate, and coordinate with other SIS offices and divisions (SISP, SISO, SISI, SISX, SISC, etc.). • Develop solutions and convey to internal and external customers. • Provide agency level technical expertise concerning the identified security disciplines and operations support. • Monitor security applications through the review and analysis of appropriate metrics and maintains required records. • Prepare and disseminate security procedures/guidance. • Provide guidance as required in implementing security requirements. • Manage project milestones. • Develop life cycle plans. • Update and maintain appropriate records (e.g. database and hardcopy) of security actions. • Conduct inspections and performs assistance visits, as required • Liaise with members of the DoD, the IC and other officials as required to keep abreast of current personnel. • Interpret security policy on matters pertaining to processing, dissemination, and controlling of classified materials. • Receive, control and safeguard SCI and collateral information. • Acts as liaison between NGA and other federal agencies and contractors. • Risk management - conducts surveys and render impact statements or recommendations. • Prepare and deliver briefings to internal and external customers • Prepares various forms of correspondence. • Monitor and manage security operations and provide government with status reports and recommendations for decisions. • Apply experience in supporting security concepts, principles and practices to analyze and resolve difficult and complex security issues. • Provide security guidance to contractors using DoD and IC regulations and requirements - analyze complex data and make appropriate program recommendations. • Investigate and prepare impact statements and provide recommendations on security/security violations. • Prepare SCI Controlled Access Programs (CAP's), Special Access Programs (SAP), Alternative Compensatory Control Measures (ACCM) and other collateral materials for shipment to other agencies/sites IAW applicable security handling procedures. • Prepare outgoing classified messages on employees/contractors visiting other government facilities. • Provide technical security expertise in one or more of the following security disciplines: personnel, physical/industrial, computer investigations, and operations. • Utilize security concepts, principles and practices to analyze and resolve difficult and complex security issues. • Monitor security applications through the review and analysis of appropriate metrics. • Develop the required program/operation to support Position Requirements Skills and Experience: • A Level 4 with a minimum of 11 years' experience, of which at least 5 years of this experience has been in the intelligence community. • A Level 3 with a minimum of 7 years' experience, of which at least 3 years of this experience has been in the intelligence community. • A Level 2 with a minimum of 3 years' experience, of which at least 2 years of this experience has been in the intelligence community. Years of Experience/Education Requirements: • Bachelor's degree preferred in a business or criminal justice field About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 6721 Frontier Dr, Springfield, VA 22150, USA
Apr 19, 2018
The Visitor Control Administrator provide on-site activity security operations support. The Visitor Control Administrator will perform the following responsibilities: Issue, maintain, distribute, and track all visitor badges Open/Close all client facilities and shall active/deactivate alarms conduct end-of-day security checks by completing the tasks listed on the existing security checklist Process all incoming and outgoing visit requests on a daily basis Create and process country clearance requests through the U.S. Government's Foreign Visit System for personnel Monitor and control incoming and outgoing U.S. Government property Collect, maintain, and close out all foreign travel reports (Notification of Foreign Travel/SAP Form 6) for SAP briefed personnel Escort and monitor the actions of the janitorial and maintenance personnel Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Years of Experience/Education Requirements Three (3) years of general security experience Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Demonstrated in-depth familiarity with DoD security regulations Ability to constructively engage and resolve challenging situations Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Security Assistants (SA) perform a vital administrative security support function by providing direct access control to secure areas; ensuring consistent and efficient processing and distribution of security-related documentation; the maintenance and monitoring of calendar schedules; monitoring suspense items; conducting document quality reviews; scheduling presentation of special taskings; accepting deliveries of classified and unclassified materials (reports, presentations, etc); and, the management and administration of supporting databases. Security Assistants provide administrative support across all functional areas to assure the maintenance of records and files, the preparation and distribution of mail, correspondence, reports, and other documents, and the maintenance of a suspense date file. These efforts include the development, review, analysis, and preparation of ad hoc reports, spreadsheets, charts, graphs, and narratives. The SA duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Plan, conduct, analyze, evaluate, and report security issues Generate and maintain databases that reflect receipt, storage, inventory and disposition of information; to include data entry, updates, and generation of reports Conduct audits/inventories to ensure proper control and/or accountability Assist in the inspection, inventory, logging, storage, and internal distribution of information received Maintain and document personnel security programs, to include databases for all collateral, SAP, and SCI personnel Review and analyze requests for information Assist in the preparation and execution of security directives and security guides Assist in reviewing customer security regulations and procedures and determine methods of implementation Participate in security reviews, security incident investigations and preliminary inquiries, and surveys, as required Assist with implementing the Security Education Awareness training program Develop security education bulletins, directives, security plans, procedures and controls as required Prepare and protect security files, records and other information Perform entry, exit, visit processing, and escorting Conduct end-of-day security checks and performing other security administrative functions as requested Conduct indoctrination and debriefings, as required Provide day-to-day access control management of supported facilities Coordination of conferences and meetings at local and other supported facilities Perform files management functions for office to which assigned Perform calendar management functions for assigned offices Perform the following duties related to documents and media: Manage and update Document Control Center (DCC) procedures, and conduct DCC training Prepare packages & documentation for transmission via appropriate channels Pick-up and deliver selected items to local US Postal Service (USPS) Receive and account for all USPS registered and Express mail Maintain document control/accountability databases Maintain magnetic and optical media, and perform annual inventories and reconciliation Document and perform proper disposal of documents and magnetic media Perform document archiving Conduct secure Electronic Data Transfer service (EDTS) operations Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents Provide the proper protection for privacy information Develop and/or maintain administrative methods and procedures for an office Maintain and follow-up on suspense records for correspondence or action items Prepare a wide variety of correspondence, reports and other documents Establish, update, and develop inclusive administrative office procedures and methods Gather information, verify facts, and assemble background materials, reference material, and reports for executive level officials for meetings and conferences Establish and manage workflow staffing process Assist with new employee processing and indoctrinations to the respective SID offices; Support the coordination of executive correspondence/products to resolve issues/obtain concurrences for planned actions; receive guidance on choosing appropriate courses of policy/programmatic or administrative actions Make recommendations for process improvements Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Security Clearance Requirement: Top Secret/SCI Required Educational and Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree in related field preferred. Preferably 3+ years experience. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of DoD and DARPA policy and guidance preferred Knowledge of Specialist Access Programs (SAP) Ability to handle difficult and demanding customers in order to mutually resolve issues. Anticipate customer needs to provide a high level of service. Develop highly effective relationships with customers at all levels in order to develop mutually acceptable expectations. Foster a broad network of diverse stakeholders, experts, and decision makers to share ideas/resources, rally support, and create synergies. Excellent interpersonal skills and computer literacy. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Superior verbal/written communication ability and presentation skills. Ability to work with limited supervision. About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Security Assistants (SA) perform a vital administrative security support function by providing direct access control to secure areas; ensuring consistent and efficient processing and distribution of security-related documentation; the maintenance and monitoring of calendar schedules; monitoring suspense items; conducting document quality reviews; scheduling presentation of special taskings; accepting deliveries of classified and unclassified materials (reports, presentations, etc); and, the management and administration of supporting databases. Security Assistants provide administrative support across all functional areas to assure the maintenance of records and files, the preparation and distribution of mail, correspondence, reports, and other documents, and the maintenance of a suspense date file. These efforts include the development, review, analysis, and preparation of ad hoc reports, spreadsheets, charts, graphs, and narratives. The SA duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Plan, conduct, analyze, evaluate, and report security issues Generate and maintain databases that reflect receipt, storage, inventory and disposition of information; to include data entry, updates, and generation of reports Conduct audits/inventories to ensure proper control and/or accountability Assist in the inspection, inventory, logging, storage, and internal distribution of information received Maintain and document personnel security programs, to include databases for all collateral, SAP, and SCI personnel Review and analyze requests for information Assist in the preparation and execution of security directives and security guides Assist in reviewing customer security regulations and procedures and determine methods of implementation Participate in security reviews, security incident investigations and preliminary inquiries, and surveys, as required Assist with implementing the Security Education Awareness training program Develop security education bulletins, directives, security plans, procedures and controls as required Prepare and protect security files, records and other information Perform entry, exit, visit processing, and escorting Conduct end-of-day security checks and performing other security administrative functions as requested Conduct indoctrination and debriefings, as required Provide day-to-day access control management of supported facilities Coordination of conferences and meetings at local and other supported facilities Perform files management functions for office to which assigned Perform calendar management functions for assigned offices Perform the following duties related to documents and media: Manage and update Document Control Center (DCC) procedures, and conduct DCC training Prepare packages & documentation for transmission via appropriate channels Pick-up and deliver selected items to local US Postal Service (USPS) Receive and account for all USPS registered and Express mail Maintain document control/accountability databases Maintain magnetic and optical media, and perform annual inventories and reconciliation Document and perform proper disposal of documents and magnetic media Perform document archiving Conduct secure Electronic Data Transfer service (EDTS) operations Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents Provide the proper protection for privacy information Develop and/or maintain administrative methods and procedures for an office Maintain and follow-up on suspense records for correspondence or action items Prepare a wide variety of correspondence, reports and other documents Establish, update, and develop inclusive administrative office procedures and methods Gather information, verify facts, and assemble background materials, reference material, and reports for executive level officials for meetings and conferences Establish and manage workflow staffing process Assist with new employee processing and indoctrinations to the respective SID offices; Support the coordination of executive correspondence/products to resolve issues/obtain concurrences for planned actions; receive guidance on choosing appropriate courses of policy/programmatic or administrative actions Make recommendations for process improvements Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Security Clearance Requirement: Top Secret/SCI Required Educational and Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree in related field preferred. Preferably 3+ years experience. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of DoD and DARPA policy and guidance preferred Knowledge of Specialist Access Programs (SAP) Ability to handle difficult and demanding customers in order to mutually resolve issues. Anticipate customer needs to provide a high level of service. Develop highly effective relationships with customers at all levels in order to develop mutually acceptable expectations. Foster a broad network of diverse stakeholders, experts, and decision makers to share ideas/resources, rally support, and create synergies. Excellent interpersonal skills and computer literacy. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Superior verbal/written communication ability and presentation skills. Ability to work with limited supervision. About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Position Overview Security Control Assessor (SCA) provides information security Assessment and Authorization (A&A) support throughout program's lifecycle to Contractor and Government facilities processing Client information. SCAs enhance the Information System (IS) security awareness of Directorates' & Offices' staffs, ensure that proper IS security resources are appropriately applied and act as an IS liaison between the Directorates & Offices and the Government. The SCA will perform the following responsibilities: Evaluate and recommend approval, disapproval, or waiver(s) for IS processing national security data at industry and/or Government facilities. Support and/or conduct site visits and assessments to inspect and verify IS reports and plans at industrial and Government locations as approved by the Government, and provide a written report for review. Prepare reports and memoranda (to include, but not limited to: Memoranda for the Record (MFR), Memoranda of Agreement (MOA), Authorization to Proceed, and status and technical briefs). Update data and maintain Government provided databases with current information about Government and industry IS status and representative contact information. Prepare, review, and record notification and status messages to indicate A&A state of systems to system owner or programs in required format. Support the preparation of the Security Assessment Report (SAR). Review, coordinate, and respond to IS security issues as requested. Short-Term (90 days or less) Temporary Duty (TDY) CONUS and OCONUS travel is required Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Certification Requirements CISSP or CISSP Associate strongly desired Years of Experience/Education Requirements BS and 3 years; HSD/GED and 5 years; Associates and 4 years; and Masters+ and 2 years. Bachelors degree in related IT field preferred. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of IC Knowledge of configuration management and integration testing. Certification and accreditation (C&A) and/or assessment and authorization (A&A); DCID 6/3 and/or ICD 503 for the Government's C&A or A&A process. Knowledge of information technology concepts used in the evaluation of security performance and integrity of state-of-the-art applications, communications systems, hardware, software, command and control systems, and information processing systems. Ability to interface with difficult clients and engage in a constructive manner Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 14409 Chantilly Crossing Ln, Chantilly, VA 20151, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Location: Chantilly, VA Supporting: Client Status: Full Time Salary: negotiable # of openings: 1 Position Overview Security Control Assessor (SCA) provides information security Assessment and Authorization (A&A) support throughout program's lifecycle to Contractor and Government facilities processing Client information. SCAs enhance the Information System (IS) security awareness of Directorates' & Offices' staffs, ensure that proper IS security resources are appropriately applied and act as an IS liaison between the Directorates & Offices and the Government. The SCA will perform the following responsibilities: Evaluate and recommend approval, disapproval, or waiver(s) for IS processing national security data at industry and/or Government facilities. Support and/or conduct site visits and assessments to inspect and verify IS reports and plans at industrial and Government locations as approved by the Government, and provide a written report for review. Prepare reports and memoranda (to include, but not limited to: Memoranda for the Record (MFR), Memoranda of Agreement (MOA), Authorization to Proceed, and status and technical briefs). Update data and maintain Government provided databases with current information about Government and industry IS status and representative contact information. Prepare, review, and record notification and status messages to indicate A&A state of systems to system owner or programs in required format. Support the preparation of the Security Assessment Report (SAR). Review, coordinate, and respond to IS security issues as requested. Short-Term (90 days or less) Temporary Duty (TDY) CONUS and OCONUS travel is required Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Certification Requirements CISSP or CISSP Associate required Years of Experience/Education Requirements BS and 5 years; HSD/GED and 7 years; Associates and 7 years; and Masters+ and 3 years. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of IC Knowledge of configuration management and integration testing. Certification and accreditation (C&A) and/or assessment and authorization (A&A); DCID 6/3 and/or ICD 503 for the Government's C&A or A&A process. Knowledge of information technology concepts used in the evaluation of security performance and integrity of state-of-the-art applications, communications systems, hardware, software, command and control systems, and information processing systems. Ability to interface with difficult clients and engage in a constructive manner Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 14409 Chantilly Crossing Ln, Chantilly, VA 20151, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Location: Denver, CO Position Overview Security Control Assessor (SCA) provides information security Assessment and Authorization (A&A) support throughout program's lifecycle to Contractor and Government facilities processing Client information. SCAs enhance the Information System (IS) security awareness of Directorates' & Offices' staffs, ensure that proper IS security resources are appropriately applied and act as an IS liaison between the Directorates & Offices and the Government. The SCA will perform the following responsibilities: Evaluate and recommend approval, disapproval, or waiver(s) for IS processing national security data at industry and/or Government facilities. Support and/or conduct site visits and assessments to inspect and verify IS reports and plans at industrial and Government locations as approved by the Government, and provide a written report for review. Prepare reports and memoranda (to include, but not limited to: Memoranda for the Record (MFR), Memoranda of Agreement (MOA), Authorization to Proceed, and status and technical briefs). Update data and maintain Government provided databases with current information about Government and industry IS status and representative contact information. Prepare, review, and record notification and status messages to indicate A&A state of systems to system owner or programs in required format. Support the preparation of the Security Assessment Report (SAR). Review, coordinate, and respond to IS security issues as requested. Short-Term (90 days or less) Temporary Duty (TDY) CONUS and OCONUS travel is required Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Certification Requirements CISSP or CISSP Associate required Years of Experience/Education Requirements BS and 5 years; HSD/GED and 7 years; Associates and 7 years; and Masters+ and 3 years. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of IC Knowledge of configuration management and integration testing. Certification and accreditation (C&A) and/or assessment and authorization (A&A); DCID 6/3 and/or ICD 503 for the Government's C&A or A&A process. Knowledge of information technology concepts used in the evaluation of security performance and integrity of state-of-the-art applications, communications systems, hardware, software, command and control systems, and information processing systems. Ability to interface with difficult clients and engage in a constructive manner Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation Denver, CO, USA
Apr 19, 2018
The Senior Cybersecurity Specialist must fulfill a variety of cybersecurity functions, to include: System Administrator, Enterprise Oversight, certification and accreditation, SAP and SCI assessment and authorization (A&A) , Platform Information Technology (PIT) assessment and authorization, Information Assurance and Technical Security for AIS, Information Technology (IT) Network Administration & Support, and Information System Security Officer support. Will perform the IA tasks necessary to ensure that the existing DARPA IA program meets National, DoD, and DARPA IA standards, and continues to protect and defend DARPA information and Information Systems (IS) by ensuring the confidentiality integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation of the systems. The Senior Cybersecurity Specialist possesses experience in successfully participating in DoD Special Access Program Joint Certification and Accreditation, Assessment, and Approval events for DoD Joint cyber ranges and/or jointly accredited SAP information systems. The DARPA systems to be protected include systems that process and store information from controlled unclassified (CUI) up to Top Secret, including SAP and SCI caveats/compartments. Duties include, but are not limited to: Must possess experience in successfully meeting and participating in Defense Information System Agency (DISA), National Security Agency, and USCBYERCOM Computer Network Defense Program (CNDSP) and CBYERCOM Computer Readiness Inspections (CCRI) Experience with network security devices, classified Local Area Networks, Wide Area Networks, public key infrastructure (PKI), virtual machines, and end-point security solutions. Ensure system security requirements are addressed during all phases of DARPA program life cycles (concept development, Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP) or BAA, Proposal, Selection, Award, Closeout, Transition, etc.). Planning, preparing, and executing inspections, authorization and approval (A&A) events IAW with the respective policies detailed in paragraph 3.12.c. for all classifications of networks; to include the development and review of Automated Information System Authorization and Approval Packages. Develop, review, endorse, and recommend action by the authorizing official (AO), delegated authorizing official (DAO), or designated approval authority (DAA) for system certification documentation Conduct security control assessments for the evaluation of security controls to determine the extent to which the controls are implemented correctly, operating as intended, and producing the desired outcome with respect to meeting the security requirements for an AIS Provide an assessment of the severity of weaknesses or deficiencies discovered in the information system and its environment of operation and recommend corrective actions to address identified vulnerabilities Analyze and make recommendations in support of DARPA accredited network Configuration Control Board cases within 10 calendar days of case validation by the respective network's Information System owner Monitor activities of DARPA accredited networks and DARPA DAO Accredited performer networks Provide advice, assistance, and analysis of threats and vulnerabilities and risk mitigation and acceptance recommendations, as required. Conduct certification tests that include verification that the features and assurances are functional and support accreditation Review and recommend changes or amplification of policy, procedures, and strategy development Evaluate Information Assurance (IA) products and provide written recommendations as to their risk and usefulness and/or adoption for the DARPA IA mission Evaluate information technology (IT) vulnerabilities to assess whether additional safeguards are prudent and ensure certification is accomplished for each information system Develop and maintain a formal, written Information Systems Security Program SOP Ensure all Information System Security Officers (ISSO), network administrators, and other Automated Information Security (AIS) personnel, to include DARPA performers performing these functions, receive the necessary and required technical and security training to carry out their duties Ensure development and implementation of an information security education, training, and awareness program, to include attending, monitoring, and presenting local AIS security training. Maintain a repository for all system certification/accreditation documentation and modifications Coordinate AIS security inspections, tests, and reviews Prepare policies and procedures for responding to security incidents and for investigating and reporting security violations and incidents Ensure proper protection or corrective measures have been taken when an incident or vulnerability has been discovered Assess changes in a system, its environment, or operational needs that could affect the accreditation Ensure configuration management (CM) for security-relevant AIS software, hardware, and firmware is maintained and documented Perform system audits on multiple systems; work closely with system administrators and ensure current security measures are sufficient and in compliance with approved policies and processes Perform, and conduct training as required, for the execution of secure file transfers/trusted downloads between local systems to storage devices, this includes secure down writing of data between systems of different security levels Provide technical advice and assistance, as required, and perform technical oversight on telecommunications requirements for Collateral, SAP, and SCI systems and networks In coordination with SID Emergency Management, review and provide AIS security relevant input to DARPA Emergency/Disaster plans and procedures. Position Requirements Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Relevant work experience as specified for an Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level III or Information Assurance Management (IAM) Level II in DoD Manual 8570.1-M Extensive knowledge of RMF (Risk Management Framework) Experience assessing and authorizing various PIT systems (of all classification levels) including but not limited to; space systems, manned and unmanned aircraft systems, manned and unmanned underwater vessels, cyber operation platforms, cyber capabilities, directed energy systems, and hand-held battle field orientation electronic devices Professional Business Functions Attend meetings (either locally or out-of-area) and create meeting summaries or trip reports Prepare and submit meeting minutes on an as-required basis Prepare/present briefings, incorporating graphics (if appropriate) for/to SID/ DARPA leaders Prepare various security forms associated with their duties Assist in entry control and perform escort duties for visitors Answer telephones and other modes of administrative communications in the performance of duties Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents Perform, or support, security inspections, identify security discrepancies and prepare reports Perform courier duties within the continental United States (CONUS) Perform user-level security administrator and information security responsibilities are required and in compliance with US Codes, Executive Orders, and DoD and DARPA policy Perform objective reviews on all documentation encountered during performance of duties Years of Experience/Education Requirements The Senior Cybersecurity positions require a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems with at least 12 years of specific, demonstrable, and successful experience fulfilling a Cybersecurity role for a DoD or IC customer on similar size and scale. A Master's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems may substitute for 4 years of relevant experience. Certification Requirements DoD Approved Baseline Certification as a CISSP IAW DoD 8570.1-M Travel Requirements Some travel is required for this position. Ability to travel to CONUS and/or OCONUS locations Must have active US passport for OCONUS travel requirements About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
The Senior Cybersecurity Specialist must fulfill a variety of cybersecurity functions, to include: System Administrator, Enterprise Oversight, certification and accreditation, SAP and SCI assessment and authorization (A&A) , Platform Information Technology (PIT) assessment and authorization, Information Assurance and Technical Security for AIS, Information Technology (IT) Network Administration & Support, and Information System Security Officer support. Will perform the IA tasks necessary to ensure that the existing DARPA IA program meets National, DoD, and DARPA IA standards, and continues to protect and defend DARPA information and Information Systems (IS) by ensuring the confidentiality integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation of the systems. The Senior Cybersecurity Specialist possesses experience in successfully participating in DoD Special Access Program Joint Certification and Accreditation, Assessment, and Approval events for DoD Joint cyber ranges and/or jointly accredited SAP information systems. The DARPA systems to be protected include systems that process and store information from controlled unclassified (CUI) up to Top Secret, including SAP and SCI caveats/compartments. Duties include, but are not limited to: Must possess experience in successfully meeting and participating in Defense Information System Agency (DISA), National Security Agency, and USCBYERCOM Computer Network Defense Program (CNDSP) and CBYERCOM Computer Readiness Inspections (CCRI) Experience with network security devices, classified Local Area Networks, Wide Area Networks, public key infrastructure (PKI), virtual machines, and end-point security solutions. Ensure system security requirements are addressed during all phases of DARPA program life cycles (concept development, Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP) or BAA, Proposal, Selection, Award, Closeout, Transition, etc.). Planning, preparing, and executing inspections, authorization and approval (A&A) events IAW with the respective policies detailed in paragraph 3.12.c. for all classifications of networks; to include the development and review of Automated Information System Authorization and Approval Packages. Develop, review, endorse, and recommend action by the authorizing official (AO), delegated authorizing official (DAO), or designated approval authority (DAA) for system certification documentation Conduct security control assessments for the evaluation of security controls to determine the extent to which the controls are implemented correctly, operating as intended, and producing the desired outcome with respect to meeting the security requirements for an AIS Provide an assessment of the severity of weaknesses or deficiencies discovered in the information system and its environment of operation and recommend corrective actions to address identified vulnerabilities Analyze and make recommendations in support of DARPA accredited network Configuration Control Board cases within 10 calendar days of case validation by the respective network's Information System owner Monitor activities of DARPA accredited networks and DARPA DAO Accredited performer networks Provide advice, assistance, and analysis of threats and vulnerabilities and risk mitigation and acceptance recommendations, as required. Conduct certification tests that include verification that the features and assurances are functional and support accreditation Review and recommend changes or amplification of policy, procedures, and strategy development Evaluate Information Assurance (IA) products and provide written recommendations as to their risk and usefulness and/or adoption for the DARPA IA mission Evaluate information technology (IT) vulnerabilities to assess whether additional safeguards are prudent and ensure certification is accomplished for each information system Develop and maintain a formal, written Information Systems Security Program SOP Ensure all Information System Security Officers (ISSO), network administrators, and other Automated Information Security (AIS) personnel, to include DARPA performers performing these functions, receive the necessary and required technical and security training to carry out their duties Ensure development and implementation of an information security education, training, and awareness program, to include attending, monitoring, and presenting local AIS security training. Maintain a repository for all system certification/accreditation documentation and modifications Coordinate AIS security inspections, tests, and reviews Prepare policies and procedures for responding to security incidents and for investigating and reporting security violations and incidents Ensure proper protection or corrective measures have been taken when an incident or vulnerability has been discovered Assess changes in a system, its environment, or operational needs that could affect the accreditation Ensure configuration management (CM) for security-relevant AIS software, hardware, and firmware is maintained and documented Perform system audits on multiple systems; work closely with system administrators and ensure current security measures are sufficient and in compliance with approved policies and processes Perform, and conduct training as required, for the execution of secure file transfers/trusted downloads between local systems to storage devices, this includes secure down writing of data between systems of different security levels Provide technical advice and assistance, as required, and perform technical oversight on telecommunications requirements for Collateral, SAP, and SCI systems and networks In coordination with SID Emergency Management, review and provide AIS security relevant input to DARPA Emergency/Disaster plans and procedures. Position Requirements Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Relevant work experience as specified for an Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level III or Information Assurance Management (IAM) Level II in DoD Manual 8570.1-M Extensive knowledge of RMF (Risk Management Framework) Experience assessing and authorizing various PIT systems (of all classification levels) including but not limited to; space systems, manned and unmanned aircraft systems, manned and unmanned underwater vessels, cyber operation platforms, cyber capabilities, directed energy systems, and hand-held battle field orientation electronic devices Professional Business Functions Attend meetings (either locally or out-of-area) and create meeting summaries or trip reports Prepare and submit meeting minutes on an as-required basis Prepare/present briefings, incorporating graphics (if appropriate) for/to SID/ DARPA leaders Prepare various security forms associated with their duties Assist in entry control and perform escort duties for visitors Answer telephones and other modes of administrative communications in the performance of duties Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents Perform, or support, security inspections, identify security discrepancies and prepare reports Perform courier duties within the continental United States (CONUS) Perform user-level security administrator and information security responsibilities are required and in compliance with US Codes, Executive Orders, and DoD and DARPA policy Perform objective reviews on all documentation encountered during performance of duties Years of Experience/Education Requirements The Senior Cybersecurity positions require a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems with at least 12 years of specific, demonstrable, and successful experience fulfilling a Cybersecurity role for a DoD or IC customer on similar size and scale. A Master's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems may substitute for 4 years of relevant experience. Certification Requirements DoD Approved Baseline Certification as a CISSP IAW DoD 8570.1-M Travel Requirements Some travel is required for this position. Ability to travel to CONUS and/or OCONUS locations Must have active US passport for OCONUS travel requirements About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
This position is not active. Anticipated opening date end of 2017. The Senior Cybersecurity Specialist must fulfill a variety of cybersecurity functions, to include: System Administrator, Enterprise Oversight, certification and accreditation, SAP and SCI assessment and authorization (A&A) , Platform Information Technology (PIT) assessment and authorization, Information Assurance and Technical Security for AIS, Information Technology (IT) Network Administration & Support, and Information System Security Officer support. Will perform the IA tasks necessary to ensure that the existing DARPA IA program meets National, DoD, and DARPA IA standards, and continues to protect and defend DARPA information and Information Systems (IS) by ensuring the confidentiality integrity, availability, authentication, and non-repudiation of the systems. The Senior Cybersecurity Specialist possesses experience in successfully participating in DoD Special Access Program Joint Certification and Accreditation, Assessment, and Approval events for DoD Joint cyber ranges and/or jointly accredited SAP information systems. The DARPA systems to be protected include systems that process and store information from controlled unclassified (CUI) up to Top Secret, including SAP and SCI caveats/compartments. Duties include, but are not limited to: Must possess experience in successfully meeting and participating in Defense Information System Agency (DISA), National Security Agency, and USCBYERCOM Computer Network Defense Program (CNDSP) and CBYERCOM Computer Readiness Inspections (CCRI) Experience with network security devices, classified Local Area Networks, Wide Area Networks, public key infrastructure (PKI), virtual machines, and end-point security solutions. Ensure system security requirements are addressed during all phases of DARPA program life cycles (concept development, Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP) or BAA, Proposal, Selection, Award, Closeout, Transition, etc.). Planning, preparing, and executing inspections, authorization and approval (A&A) events IAW with the respective policies detailed in paragraph 3.12.c. for all classifications of networks; to include the development and review of Automated Information System Authorization and Approval Packages. Develop, review, endorse, and recommend action by the authorizing official (AO), delegated authorizing official (DAO), or designated approval authority (DAA) for system certification documentation Conduct security control assessments for the evaluation of security controls to determine the extent to which the controls are implemented correctly, operating as intended, and producing the desired outcome with respect to meeting the security requirements for an AIS Provide an assessment of the severity of weaknesses or deficiencies discovered in the inf Position Requirements Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Relevant work experience as specified for an Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level III or Information Assurance Management (IAM) Level II in DoD Manual 8570.1-M Extensive knowledge of RMF (Risk Management Framework) Experience assessing and authorizing various PIT systems (of all classification levels) including but not limited to; space systems, manned and unmanned aircraft systems, manned and unmanned underwater vessels, cyber operation platforms, cyber capabilities, directed energy systems, and hand-held battle field orientation electronic devices Professional Business Functions Attend meetings (either locally or out-of-area) and create meeting summaries or trip reports Prepare and submit meeting minutes on an as-required basis Prepare/present briefings, incorporating graphics (if appropriate) for/to SID/ DARPA leaders Prepare various security forms associated with their duties Assist in entry control and perform escort duties for visitors Answer telephones and other modes of administrative communications in the performance of duties Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents Perform, or support, security inspections, identify security discrepancies and prepare reports Perform courier duties within the continental United States (CONUS) Perform user-level security administrator and information security responsibilities are required and in compliance with US Codes, Executive Orders, and DoD and DARPA policy Perform objective reviews on all documentation encountered during performance of duties Years of Experience/Education Requirements The Senior Cybersecurity positions require a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems with at least 12 years of specific, demonstrable, and successful experience fulfilling a Cybersecurity role for a DoD or IC customer on similar size and scale. A Master's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems may substitute for 4 years of relevant experience. Certification Requirements DoD Approved Baseline Certification as a CISSP IAW DoD 8570.1-M Travel Requirements Some travel is required for this position. Ability to travel to CONUS and/or OCONUS locations Must have active US passport for OCONUS travel requirements About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
The Senior Program Security Representative (PSR) requires a fundamental knowledge of the basics of program protection, classification architectures, Operations Security (OPSEC), Communications Security (COMSEC), sensitive test planning, intelligence & counterintelligence threat support requirements, secure information transmission, secure hardware transportation, and the principles governing controls on fundamental research activities. Senior PSRs should stand-above their peers in their responsibility, expertise, and autonomy in completing their duties. Qualifying relevant experience includes demonstrated recent experience in successfully performing as a program security representative (or similar title) for one or more programs on a contract or in an organization that provides security support to a federal entity or private corporation in a classified environment. Duties include, but not limited to: Develop and support security architectures for new technology programs across the entire spectrum of classification; including the ability to facilitate intelligence requests to obtain state of- the-world, rest-of-the-world, or state-of-the-art technology/capability status. In developing a new program, the PSR must be able to analyze the program, national policy, existing, related programs (as applicable), and intelligently craft a security classification architecture for the program that facilitates the secure execution of the program with minimal impact to cost and schedule. Additionally, the program's life cycle must be considered and addressed in the security classification architecture to facilitate transition activities. Research and recommend/develop long and short range program protection security strategies and tactics for new and established programs, as well as changes in program direction. Using their knowledge of the various security disciplines (e.g. physical, information, personnel, etc.) determine, apply, and monitor appropriate security requirements and tasks relative to the specific technology programs to be protected. Prepare and present suggestions for improvement as appropriate Create DD 254's, DoD Contract Security Classification Specification, for classified efforts, in various life-cycle stages, ensuring security requirements are clear and concise. DD 254s must be created and staffed to the PSO and Information/Industrial Security section within 5 business days of being tasked. Signed and approved DD 254s must be disseminated to appropriate contractors and contracting agents within 2 business days of receipt. Apply a subject matter expert working knowledge of Executive Order 13526, the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), DoD Information Security Manuals, and DoD SAP Security Manuals. Indoctrinate newly assigned personnel and de-brief departing personnel Support the creation, processing, coordination, and approval of physical security (SAP Facility and Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) and Automated Information Systems (AIS)) accreditations, as well as entering such information, including individuals programs, contracts and performers, if required, into appropriate information security management systems, i.e.: 1)DARPA Archive System 2)Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) 3)DARPA Facility and Security Tracking System (DFASTS) 4)Security Control Suite (SCS) 5)SILVERADO / Joint Access Database Environment (JADE) Communicate effectively with other Service /Agency program security staffs including, but not limited to, the Defense Security Service (DSS), Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Department of Energy, Missile Defense Agency (MDA), Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), and agencies and offices within the IC. Develop, write, review, coordinate, and execute security documentation, e.g.: Security Classification Guides (SCGs); all levels Program Protection Plans Test Security Plans Public Affairs (PA) / Perception Management Plans Exposure Contingency Plans (ECP) Network Accreditation Plans System Security Plans Technology Transfer and Program Transition Plans Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Co-Utilization Agreements (CUA) O'CONUS Deployment Plans Managed Access Plans Treaty Compliance Plans Transportation Plans Dismantle, Disposition & Demilitarization Plans Detailed trip & meeting reports Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) Memorandums of Agreements (MOA) Note: All PSRs must be able to successfully draft, review, and when necessary prepare final documents for staffing and signature within 30 calendar days of tasking. Plan, coordinate, provide, and manage security support for meetings. Attend program reviews, i.e., preliminary design reviews (PDR), critical design reviews (CDR), and integrated product team (IPT) reviews, to ensure changes to system baselines don't negatively affect security and initiate actions to add mitigation where necessary. Actively support Agency Staff Assistance Visits of cleared defense industry base contractors and government agencies as well as the DARPA Self-Inspection Programs. Perform OPSEC analysis and provide other OPSEC support, to include identification of critical program information (CPI), collecting and analyzing threat data, and developing and coordinating program OPSEC plans. Plan and assist with program close-out actions including participation in program closeout reviews at performer sites. Participate in and play a key role in the Broad Area Announcement (BAA) process in support of new programs, provide security support to all classification and security architected programs, and ensure security support for all classified programs. Support the PM's vision to bring in new ideas while protecting National Security interests Position Requirements Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Extensive knowledge of Special Access Programs Apply working knowledge of Executive Order 13526, NISPOM, NISPOM Overprint, ICD series, DCID series, DoD 5205.7 SAP manuals, and other applicable security policies Previous DoD experience strongly desired Possess the energy, experience, and subject matter expertise to demonstrate sound judgment, foresight and problem solving skills in a fast-pace S&T RDT&E environment Possess excellent organizational and communication skills; demonstrating an ability to communicate, interact easily and effectively with a wide variety of individuals and echelons in both written and verbal forms Manage and maintain detailed information and documentation Possess excellent research and data-gathering skills with an ability to interpret/analyze complex information within operational RDT&E) / S&T environments Work independently, as well as in a team environment, within the bounds and guidelines of the organization Professional Business Functions: Attend meetings (either locally or out-of-area) and create meeting summaries or trip reports Prepare and submit meeting minutes on an as-required basis Prepare/present briefings, incorporating graphics (if appropriate) for/to SID/ DARPA leaders Prepare various security forms associated with their duties Assist in entry control and perform escort duties for visitors Answer telephones and other modes of administrative communications in the performance of duties Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents Perform, or support, security inspections, identify security discrepancies and prepare reports Perform courier duties within the continental United States (CONUS) Perform user-level security administrator and information security responsibilities are required and in compliance with US Codes, Executive Orders, and DoD and DARPA policy Perform objective reviews on all documentation encountered during performance of duties Clearance Minimum of active Top Secret (TS) TS/SCI strongly desired Subject to a random counter-intelligence scope polygraphs as a condition of access eligibility. Years of Experience/Education Requirements BS with 10 years of related DoD or IC experience or AS with 12 years of DoD or IC related experience Travel Requirements Ability to travel to CONUS and/or OCONUS locations Limited travel within the region Must have active US passport for OCONUS travel requirements About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 101 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Security Certification and Assessor Tester Evaluator (SCATE) reviews and evaluates Client Information Systems (IS) and recommends changes that can improve information confidentiality, integrity, and availability. The SCATE will perform the following responsibilities: Provide support to System Assessment and Authorization activities by conducting unaccompanied and/or team penetration testing on Information Systems. Conduct reviews of assessment artifacts (Assessment Test Plans, System Security Plans, Security Requirements Traceability Matrix, etc.). Prepare standardized System Assessment reports. Prepare assessments on hardware and software to document any security vulnerabilities that would be introduced. Shall research, evaluate, integrate, recommend and/or distribute IS security tools and associated documentation required for the assessment and authorization (A&A) process. Participate in test-bed efforts to enhance the security. Perform technical security assessments of IT systems. Short-Term (90 days or less) Temporary Duty (TDY) CONUS and OCONUS travel is required Experience conducting Independent Validation and Verification (IV & V) security testing. Knowledge of configuration management and integration testing. Certification and accreditation (C&A) and/or assessment and authorization (A&A); DCID 6/3 and/or ICD 503 for the Government's C&A or A&A process. Technical knowledge of networks, computer components, power supply technology, RF technology, IR technology, system protocols, and COTS technology. System methodologies including: client/server, web hosting, web content servers, policy servers, directory servers, firewalls, WAN, MAN, LAN, switches, and routers. Software integration of COTS and Government Off-the-Shelf (GOTS) products. Windows, Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X administration. Deployment, validation, and verification of secure VMware, Xen, Hyper V, and other virtualization platforms. Position Requirements Certification Requirements CISSP or CISSP Associate Educational and Position Requirements Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related field of study preferred. BS and 8 years; HSD/GED and 15 years; Associates and 12 years; and Masters+ and 5 years. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of IC Knowledge of penetration testing Knowledge of configuration management and integration testing. Certification and accreditation (C&A) and/or assessment and authorization (A&A); DCID 6/3 and/or ICD 503 for the Government's C&A or A&A process Knowledge of information technology concepts used in the evaluation of security performance and integrity of state-of-the-art applications, communications systems, hardware, software, command and control systems, and information processing systems. Ability to constructively engage and resolve challenging situations Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 14409 Chantilly Crossing Ln, Chantilly, VA 20151, USA
Apr 19, 2018
Position Overview Security Control Assessor (SCA) provides information security Assessment and Authorization (A&A) support throughout program's lifecycle to Contractor and Government facilities processing Client information. SCAs enhance the Information System (IS) security awareness of Directorates' & Offices' staffs, ensure that proper IS security resources are appropriately applied and act as an IS liaison between the Directorates & Offices and the Government. The SCA will perform the following responsibilities: Evaluate and recommend approval, disapproval, or waiver(s) for IS processing national security data at industry and/or Government facilities. Support and/or conduct site visits and assessments to inspect and verify IS reports and plans at industrial and Government locations as approved by the Government, and provide a written report for review. Prepare reports and memoranda (to include, but not limited to: Memoranda for the Record (MFR), Memoranda of Agreement (MOA), Authorization to Proceed, and status and technical briefs). Update data and maintain Government provided databases with current information about Government and industry IS status and representative contact information. Prepare, review, and record notification and status messages to indicate A&A state of systems to system owner or programs in required format. Support the preparation of the Security Assessment Report (SAR). Review, coordinate, and respond to IS security issues as requested. Short-Term (90 days or less) Temporary Duty (TDY) CONUS and OCONUS travel is required Other duties as assigned. Position Requirements Certification Requirements CISSP or CISSP Associate required Years of Experience/Education Requirements BS and 5 years; HSD/GED and 7 years; Associates and 7 years; and Masters+ and 3 years. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of IC Knowledge of configuration management and integration testing. Certification and accreditation (C&A) and/or assessment and authorization (A&A); DCID 6/3 and/or ICD 503 for the Government's C&A or A&A process. Knowledge of information technology concepts used in the evaluation of security performance and integrity of state-of-the-art applications, communications systems, hardware, software, command and control systems, and information processing systems. Ability to interface with difficult clients and engage in a constructive manner Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation New York, NY, USA
Apr 19, 2018
The Security Manager/Facility Security Officer (FSO) will be responsible for all Collateral, SAP and SCI security disciplines encompassing: OPSEC, COMSEC, NISP, personnel security, training, classification management, document accountability, and physical security. This position requires a great degree of self-direction and motivation. The Security Manager/FSO duties include, but not limited to: Security Processing Must be able to track and manage the entire security program, bringing an understanding of how to operate a complaint security infrastructure with the ultimate goal of exceeding security standards. Must be able to support all functions of the security department in reference to, personnel clearances, daily end of day checks (SCIF/SAPF open and close), destruction, incoming and outgoing classified mail, STE operations and general routine security items Write and articulate security plans, to include SOPs, SPPs, and FFCs Monitors company security policies and procedures to include inspections with DSS, DoD and IC customers. Strong understanding of the security procedures and security clearance process and ability to resolve security and/or clearance problems effectively Experience with JPAS, Scattered Castles, Apics, and/or other databases. Proven experience supporting security requirements as a Prime contractor and ensuring subcontractor security requirements are flowed down and met Experience with DD254's and the coordination of clearances with prime and subcontractor security departments Experience in oversight of document control, physical security, and badging/access control systems Responsible for initial security indoctrinations, briefings and debriefings as needed Responsible for the planning and development of security activities to ensure that company security policies and procedures comply with government standards Plans and instructs in-house security education programs. Ensures that all appropriate personnel have attended security education programs and that documentation to that effect is maintained as appropriate. Responsible for quarterly and annual refresher security briefings/training. Experience successfully developing, implementing, and managing security requirements in support of the NISP and compartmented programs in industry May be responsible for assisting with security compliance at other company locations Responsible to keep company leadership informed at all times of any suspected compromise to security systems Physical security duties include, but are not limited to: SCIF/SAPF combos, access control, alarm accesses, and semi-annual testing with vendor Leads Corporate Insider Threat Program General Provides supervision and/or work direction to specified personnel engaged in security related functions Contributes to the preparation of presentations, proposals and quotes as needed for security related matters Mentoring the next generation of security professionals Other duties as assigned. Proposal Support This position also provides support during Government proposal submissions. To include, but not limited to Security Volume responsibilities, Security cross-reference matrixes, etc. Attention to detail and strong writing skills are desired Experience providing proposal and program security support including Statements of Work is a plus Customer Support Acts as primary liaison with outside agencies. Interfaces with government inspectors on a regular basis. Responds quickly and effectively implementing corrective action as required This position provides additional support to direct customers on a contract basis, generally related to personnel security. Position Requirements Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Knowledge of the following security disciplines: OPSEC, COMSEC, Special Access Programs, personnel security, training, classification management, information systems security, document accountability, and physical security. Knowledgeable of the NISPOM, NISPOM Supplements, ICD 503, ICD 705, ICD 704, DoDM 5205.07 Vol 1-4, Special Access Programs, JAFAN, the NISP. Knowledge of DOE Policies, Orders, and Directives is a Plus Understanding of JPAS, Scattered Castles, Apics, and/or other databases. Knowledge of the eQIP and the process and investigation requirements Ability to constructively engage and resolve challenging situations Available to work before/after typical office hours as work may demand Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) Strong analytical and problem solving skills Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills Ability to multitask Clearance TS/SCI Required. Must be willing to undergo a polygraph. Years of Experience/Education Requirements Bachelors degree in related preferred Minimum of 5 years of security experience Certification Requirements FSO Certification required Travel Less than 10% annual CONUS travel About the Organization From our start in 2005, System High has been recognized as the provider of choice for innovative security engineering. Delivering high-end information protection services, over 50% of our security professionals are US Military veterans. Patriotism, commitment to excellence, and successful mission accomplishment permeate our corporate culture. Whether designing or constructing secure facilities (SCIFs), performing IT systems certification and accreditation, establishing regulatory compliant corporate security programs, or producing life-cycle protection planning for complex systems acquisitions, System High has the expertise and tools to facilitate mission success. EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. This position is currently accepting applications.
System High Corporation 14409 Chantilly Crossing Ln, Chantilly, VA 20151, USA