Facilities Control Systems Cybersecurity Analyst

at Keystone Advisors
Location Washington, DC
Date Posted March 24, 2020
Category Default
Job Type Full-time


Keystone Advisors is an independent Certified Public Accounting firm that specializes in providing Financial Advisory Solutions, Technology Management, Attestation, Accounting, and Auditing Services, Business Performance and Transformation, Program Management Support, Budget Support, Interim CFO Solutions and Staff Augmentation to Government Agencies, Corporate Entities and leading Accounting and Audit firms in Chicago, Washington, DC and other metropolitan areas.

Keystone is looking for a Facilities Related Control Systems (FRCS) Cybersecurity Analyst to join our Washington, DC team.

The FRCS Analyst will work with the client to develop FRCS cybersecurity strategy, policy, guidance and tools and Develop Budget Exhibits to capture Component FRCS cyber requirements for: inventory, assessments, mitigations and continuous monitoring.

Job Duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Develop FRCS cybersecurity strategy, policy, guidance and tools.
  • Develop Budget Exhibits to capture Component FRCS cyber requirements for: inventory, assessments, mitigations and continuous monitoring.
  • Analyses of Component PPBE inputs to identify resourcing gaps.
  • Develop policy requirements for FRCS Cyber Plans.
  • Evaluate and analyze Component FRCS Cyber Plan submissions to assess progress.
  • Support annual FRCS Cyber Program Reviews.
  • Provide research and development (or enhancement and integration if O&M) of Cyber Platforms and Capabilities.
  • Develop a draft Facility Related Control Systems Cyber Security DoDI.
  • Evaluate and assess Component progress towards meeting Cyber Scorecard goals.
  • Assist in executing OASD(S) and ODASD (E) requirements IAW DepSecDef memo, "Enhancing Cybersecurity Risk Management for Control Systems Supporting DoD Owned Defense Critical Infrastructure".
  • Provide ODASD(E) inputs to responses to NDAA sections 1625, 1639 and 1650 and other applicable congressional reports.
  • Provide technical support and recommendations for related studies, evaluations, or reports.
  • Lead and/or support FRCS cybersecurity working groups.
  • Develop and provide assistance with technical presentations outlining results of technology adoption initiatives, assessments of progress, and recommendations, as requested.
  • Provide technical guidance for the following:

- FRCS Master List (ML) & Controls (needs to be codified with RMF Tag)

- Utility Privatization (UP) for Control Systems

- RMF KS Portal Updates

- Cyber work force requirements

- I++ research effort

Required Education and Experience:


Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Computer Programming, Information Systems, or System Engineering.


  • Ten (10) + years of professional experience in cybersecurity management, network administration, network engineering, network defense advanced securities, project management, database administration, or cyber risk mitigation.
  • Three (3) + years OSD/Service staff/Joint Staff experience.
  • Knowledge of DOD organization and structure

Desired Experience/Skills:

  • High degree of expertise as subject matter experts in DoD Operational Technology and FRCS cybersecurity.
  • Knowledge, skills and ability to support the management and oversight of the Department's FRCS cybersecurity programs.
  • High level of experience in developing DoD policy, guidance and tools to aid the DoD Components in implementing programs to cybersecure FRCS on DoD installations.
  • Extensive working knowledge and comprehensive understanding of the DoD Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) processes relevant and current DoD cybersecurity policies and mandates, particularly those related to FRCS cybersecurity as well as current CIO, CISO and CYBERCOM cybersecurity

Clearance: TOP SECRET (SCI eligible)

Compensation Package

  • Competitive Salary
  • Paid Time Off
  • 401K Match
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