|Date Posted||March 15, 2019|
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Perspecta has an immediate need for a Senior Cybersecurity Specialist in the Washington DC area and Hines, Illinois.
Cyber Security Engineer, Senior, shall serve as the single shift lead which shall
be responsible for all sites including DC, Hines, and Martinsburg for each
shift. The shift lead is required to ensure all operations and tasks are
conducted and shall specifically be assisting in technical support to monitor,
correlate, identify, mitigate, manage, track and support processes for security
incidents. The shift lead shall have knowledge of, and experience in, the
Security Policy and cyber security threat mitigation
security tools, network topologies, intrusion detection, PKI, and secured
of cyber security regulations
all activity, insuring timely resolution of problems
the development of security signature or access control mechanisms that
can be implemented on security systems such as intrusion prevention -
detection systems, firewalls, routers or endpoint in response to new or
observed threats within the enterprise
the identification of security systems and controls to ensure the
monitoring and configuring of security appliances
that Analysts receive and analyze alerts from various enterprise level
sensors and determine possible causes of such alerts
and leading processes that support the analysis of log files from a
variety of enterprise level systems and sensors to include individual
host logs, network traffic logs, firewall logs, and intrusion
detection/prevention system logs. Identifying anomalous activity and
potential threats to enterprise resources.
external and internal data sources in order to maintain enterprise threat
the processes which support event correlation by using information
gathered from a variety of system and sensor sources within the
the collection and analysis of intrusion artifacts and use discovered
data to enable mitigation potential of incidents within the enterprise
network event analysis and intrusion analysis