The Computer Systems Security Analyst will be a member of the Security Team providing support to the Global Combat Support System (GCSS) Information Systems Security (ISSM). Responsibilities will include: `white-hat` security testing of GCSS servers and other hardware/software to ensure a continuation of high-level system security; analyzing all generated report files; coordinating with outside agencies on all security-related system-engineering aspects to ensure system security features are integrated with system design; assisting in writing UNIX shell lockdown scripts to automate the lockdown of GCSS servers; researching, analyzing and submitting reports on all applicable security vulnerabilities (ie: IAVA, CERT, application specific vulnerabilities, security vulnerability alerts and various security web pages) to ensure that security issues and concerns are addressed prior to system accreditation; and providing input to the database team on implementing security settings within the Oracle database. This position consists of working both at the hands-on level and at the policy level.
• Final Secret clearance is required.
• Two years of UNIX experience through systems administrator or systems security work.
• Familiarity with DoD Directive 8500.1and Department of Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP).
• Working knowledge of Microsoft operating system, domain server setup and management, active directory, and an understanding of the Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) review and implementation process.
• Strong written and oral communications skills.
Desired skills (any or all): Penetration testing; BEA Weblogic; Oracle; PKI implementation; Vignette, MetaMatrix, WebFocus; Global Combat Support System (GCSS); Global Command and Control System (GCCS) suite of applications; DISA experience.