As a Specialist Master within our Cyber Risk team, you will:
Work with Federal clients to mitigate cyber risk and threats
Organize and deliver services on a cross-section of projects
Maintain technical knowledge within industry and service line and leverage deep subject matter knowledge on engagements
Contribute to the development and cultivation of business and vendor relationships
Serve as a Subject Matter Expert, adding interpretive value to data presented or experienced insight into a functional process or issue
Display business judgment in anticipating client/project needs and developing alternative solutions
Identify opportunities for other Company service offerings that can address client needs
Responsible for managing solutions, delegating resources, and helping to ensure quality assurance principles are met across projects and deliverables
Supervise the work of team members and supports delivery teams and staff
Actively participate in staff recruitment and retention activities providing input and guidance into the staffing process
Responsible for ensuring systems are built in accordance with client's cybersecurity strategy and the NIST Risk Management Framework.
Responsible for make sure that the selection and implementation of security controls are included as a part of the SDLC.
Develops and maintains system security plans, strategy, and policy to support client requirements.
Oversees and Contributes to threat assessments, including but not limited to traditional system and network environments, cloud-based solutions, and configuration baselines.
Collaborate with other workstreams and developers on authentication, authorization, and encryption solutions.
Assist in the evaluation and research of new technologies to enhance and augment current security capabilities.
Transparency, innovation, collaboration, sustainability: these are the hallmark issues shaping Federal government initiatives today. Company's Federal practice is passionate about making an impact with lasting change. Carrying out missions in the Federal practice requires fresh thinking and a creative approach. We collaborate with teams from across our organization in order to bring the full breadth of Company, its commercial and public sector expertise, to best support our clients. Our aspiration is to be the premier integrated solutions provider in helping to transform the Federal marketplace.
Our Federal Cyber Risk team is client focused and mission driven. Our team works across industries and sectors to respond more rapidly and effectively, providing recommendations to improve cyber threat detection.
Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Security, Cybersecurity, or related field
5+ years of relevant consulting or industry experience
2+ years in a technical or functional lead role
Experience mentoring and coaching others
Proven leadership skills demonstrating strong judgment, problem-solving, and decision-making abilities
Experience managing senior-level client relationships
Experience presenting to clients or other decision makers to present and sell ideas to various audiences (technical and non-technical)
Pre-sales, proposal, and RFP experience
Must be able to obtain and maintain required clearance for this role
6 years' experience as a security engineer or architect of which at least 3 years' experience in penetration testing or security operations
Previous Federal Consulting experience
Understanding of fundamental cloud computing concepts
Experience with Information Assurance concepts and processes within the Federal government
Knowledge of and experience with Federal security regulations, standards, and processes including FISMA, FIPS, NIST, and FedRAMP
At least one Scripting language (Bash, Perl, etc.)
Virtualized environments (preferably Citrix and VMware)
Linux administration (preferably RHEL)