Information Assurance Analyst

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Candidate must have excellent communication and writing skills the contractor will frequently participate in official meetings with high ranking officials from Federal client.
Thorough knowledge of the NIST 800 series publications to include: 800-30, 800-37, 800-53 and 800-53a.
Thorough knowledge of vulnerability scanning tools and others as required
Knowledge of various Operating platforms (i.e. UNIX, Solaris, Microsoft) and others as required
Certification: Certification and Accreditation Professional (CAP), CISSP, or similar widely recognized IT Security certification is preferred but not mandatory
Clearance Requirements: Active Secret clearance with ability to obtain Top Secret/SCI level access
Travel: 10%
Years Experience: 6 minimum of strong relevant experience performing information assurance and risk assessment tasks

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