6 to 13 years
Top Secret SCI
Oversee the team's intelligence products, including review of technical reports and other products developed by the team, prior to government review. Work on the assignment, prioritization, and review of identity exploitation under operations and conduct product and process review to ensure adherence to the SOP and applicable IS and USG regulations. Ensure assignments and requests for support are completed in a timely manner and reflect sound and accurate results, with proper classification. Participate in office and center priority meetings, prepare production briefings, and mentor junior contract staff on the creation of intelligence products, identify exploitation, and overall intelligence community issues. Provide feedback to the government, develop and maintain relationships with IC, LE, and biometrics community partners, and maintain awareness of IC, LE, and biometric efforts related to identity intelligence. Maintain a thorough understanding of all tools and systems being used for identity exploitation of biometric and non-biometric identity attributes and perform link analysis for identity attributes across NMEC holdings. Ensure the government lead is aware of exploitation findings, maintain awareness of DOMEX policies, including security classification guidelines, and display knowledge of current intelligence and biometrics databases.
· Coordinate with supported DoD and non-DoD agencies to formulate and implement effective strategies and mechanisms to reduce the signature of compromise to sensitive research and operations.
• When required, use signature reduction mechanisms in support of ongoing operations.
• Research and identify appropriate government and commercial entities to support signature reduction strategies in support of research and operations efforts.
• Conduct signature assessments and work with a team to incorporate signature reduction strategy into research and operations project plans.
• Monitor emerging operational requirements and operational capabilities and develop signature reduction strategies that meet changing operational environments.
• Coordinate with operational research and systems analysts to assess the effectiveness of operational signature reduction measures/program.
• Must possess the ability to develop plans, execute, assess, adjust, evaluate, and report with little supervision.
• Possess solid understanding of the military decision making process, and strong ability to articulate and brief senior leaders.
• Must be able to communicate effectively with customers and clearly present technical approaches and findings;
• Able to write/prepare operational orders, plans, mission support requests, field reports, etc, to include signature reduction plans.
• Must be computer literate and able to use standard office applications.
• Perform travel within CONUS as directed.
The Senior Information Security Engineer/Analyst is responsible for
various day-to-day security tasks in addition to larger information
security projects as part of supporting information security needs. Day-to-day tasks include cyber incident response, evaluation of requests for security changes, and automation of the monitoring of various security devices and audit logs. This also involves providing ongoing support and advice to IT staff and end users on a variety of security issues, and ensuring that security policy and procedures are adhered to.
Project work includes investigating, evaluating, and deploying security
solutions to meet Boston College's needs. The needs will be defined in
the context of an ongoing ISO 27002 security best practices
*At least 3 years of technical experience plus 3 to 5 years of