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Vulnerability Assessment Team Lead

Technology

Lead Developer

Yearly

No

Washington, Washington DC, United States

Description

Job Description:

Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Security Operations Center (SOC) Support Services is a US Government program responsible to monitor, detect, analyze, mitigate, and respond to cyber threats and adversarial activity on the DHS Enterprise. The DHS SOC has primary responsibility for monitoring and responding to security events and incidents detected at the Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) and Policy Enforcement Point (PEP) and is responsible for directing and coordinating detection and response activities performed by each Component SOC. Direction and coordination are achieved through a new shared DHS incident tracking system and other means of coordination and communication.

The DHS SOC Support Service Program has a critical need for a Vulnerability Assessment Team Lead. This is a full time funded position based in Washington DC.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: (list daily duties and/or specific job responsibilities)

The DHS ESOC is responsible for the Information Security Vulnerability Management Program and internal/external Vulnerability Assessment program. The VAT team will establish a program for use throughout DHS, Completes vulnerability assessments, identifies opportunities for improvement, and Communicates recommended solutions for addressing vulnerabilities.

This is a big growth area for our customer over the next several years and so this role is also very strategic. This position is located at L’Enfant Plaza in Washington, DC.

Information Security Vulnerability Management (ISVM) Program

a. Create and publish security related alerts, bulletins, and notifications to all DHS components based on identified software and hardware vulnerabilities and monitor for compliance.

b. Continuously research emerging threats to the environment in order to disseminate the information to all stakeholders, immediately assess the known environment for presence of the vulnerability, and work with the ESOC and enterprise networking teams to proactively block exploitation within the DHS environment.

c. Vulnerability Tracking

Internal and External Vulnerability Assessment

a. Support ESOC enclave, OneNet, and RTIC through conducting scheduled and ad-hoc vulnerability scanning

b. Employs ad-hoc or emergency VA scanning to support targeted incident investigation, escalation and emergency response to security events in accordance with documented procedures

c. Coordinates with Component security staff to explain findings, provide recommendations on mitigations, and advocate for mitigation of vulnerabilities

d. Conducts, operates, and maintains assessments and the resulting Vulnerability Assessment (VA) data and reports

e. Conducts Host-based and Network Vulnerability Assessments

f. Conducts Database Vulnerability Assessments

g. Conducts Web-based Vulnerability Assessments

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: (list the “must have” requirements to be considered for hire)

8 to 12 years of professional experience; or 6 to 10 years of professional experience with a Masters’ degree.

All Department of Homeland Security SOC employees are required to obtain an Entry on Duty (EOD) clearance to support this program.

5 years in Vulnerability Assessment

Experience Leading personnel within a VAT

Must have at least one of the following Certifications OSCP/OSCE/OSWP/OSEE/CCSP/CEH

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: (list additional “pluses or nice to have” skills/experience)

7 years of professional experience in incident detection and response, malware analysis, or cyber forensics.

Pay Range:Pay Range $94,250.00 - $145,000.00 - $195,750.00

The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.