|Title||Network Security Monitor Analyst Sr|
Clearance: TS/SCI security clearance required
The contractor shall provide support for the ongoing analysis of threats capable of impacting resources being serviced by the NSOC CNDSP activity based on review of programmatic, technical, and IA Certification and Accreditation documentation and daily review of open source / unclassified and classified threat warnings and bulletins.
Performs cyber intelligence gathering and threat analysis of threats, including nation-state sponsored threats for a large organization. Actively provides in-depth incident analysis. Evaluates security incidents and performs research. Monitors, analyzes and correlates network traffic utilizing the latest in security tools and technology. Reviews threat data from various sources; coordinates with federal leadership, as well as government agencies to provide reporting and situational awareness.
A qualified candidate should also have excellent analytical and problem solving skills as well as interpersonal skills to interact with customers, team members and upper management; skilled in Incident Response and network security monitoring. Strong writing skills highly desired. Technically proficient in network communication using TCP/IP protocols, system administration knowledge of computer network defense operations (proxy, firewall, IDS/IPS, router/switch). Knowledgeable of Windows, Linux and Cisco operating systems, networking, and information security; Experience with EnCase, Splunk, McAfee NSM, Fidelis, and SourceFire is desirable.
Obtain and maintain compliance with applicable DoD 8570.01-M requirements. Cyber threat analyst support requires at least IAT Level II and CND Analyst certifications.