ITility, LLC

  • Cyber Security IA Specialist

    Job Locations US-VA
    Posted Date 1 month ago(5/20/2018 2:53 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    ITility, LLC. is looking for a Cyber Security IA Specialist to be based in Ft. Belvoir, VA





    • Provide continuous monitoring of the of the Citrix Xenapp environment, to detect unauthorized activity and report suspected activities to Government as soon as the unauthorized activity is detected.
    • Conduct risk assessments (quarterly and whenever new technologies are introduced), document the results, and maintain IT Security Plans for OCAR server operating systems and applications in accordance with the DOD IT security standards.
    • Manage, integrate, distribute and support the hardware and software needed by OCAR to use the Common Access Card (CAC) to access the DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and the CAC infrastructure for security and data services in the classified and unclassified, sustaining base environment.
    • Identify and report vulnerabilities in Network Servers, devices, workstations, and software products using information services and take immediate action of applying software patches as available from software vendors.
    • Serve as User Account manager ensuring OCAR conforms to AR policies for account management utilizing the appropriate Microsoft and AR programs.
    • Track user Information Assurance training status in Army Training and Certification Tracking System (ATCTS).
    • Keep abreast of changes in Cyber security technology and DOD policies and recommend Cyber strategies, policies, and procedures.




    • CISSP Certification required
    • Associates degree or equivalent and minimum of 12-15 years of professional information technology experience, with at least five (5) years dedicated information assurance experience
    • Must have experience with Secure SafeAccess, SCAP and eMASS
    • Must have an Active Secret Security Clearance


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