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SOC Analyst - Security Operations Center Analyst
GREAT FALLS , Virginia
The ideal candidate must be a self-starter, customer-focused, team
player, and be able to coordinate and collaborate on multiple issues
simultaneously with many stakeholders. Candidate must be able to develop
and execute Standard Operating Procedures, Methods and Procedures, and
Job Aids required for successful task completion. Requisite 3 years
experience working in a Top Secret classified security operations center
environment. Strong English language verbal and written communications
skills are a must.
Required Clearance: Must have an active Top Secret clearance, not under periodic review (polygraph desired). Successful DHS TS/SCI clearance access necessary before start date is established.
Desired: Understanding of government Tier 1 security operations center roles and responsibilities and computer network defense playbooks or incident response plans related to security operations are desired. Candidate should have relevant networking experience (e.g. TCP/IP stack, DNS, BGP, metadata, IDS/IPS) and be able to coordinate with other security teams in areas such as security event identification, known threat validation and analysis, and network vulnerability analysis and reporting. Security+, GCIA, CEH, CIH, or CISSP certification is desired.
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