Cyber Security Architect
- $101,745.00 - 200,830.00 / Year *
- 11324 Links Ct
- Reston, VA 20190
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
Cyber Security Architect GovPlace is searching for Cyber Security Architect who would provide subject matter expertise to develop and architect the next generation of cybersecurity. This position will be in Reston, VA. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Design, build and implement enterprise-class security solutions within a multi-tenant cloud environment to support 40+ federal agencies. Align standards, frameworks and security with overall business and technology strategy. Identify and communicate current and emerging security threats. Design security architecture elements to mitigate threats as they emerge. Create solutions that balance business requirements with information and cyber security requirements. Identify security design gaps in existing and proposed architectures and recommend changes or enhancements. Use current programming language and technologies to write code, complete programming and perform testing and debugging of applications. Networking, specially routing and switching architectures. Position Requirements: Prior DHS's CDM Experience is a PLUS. Requires Bachelor's degree (Master s Degree in a related field is preferred). ISC2 CISSP is a plus to have. At least 10 years of experience managing cyber architecture teams on projects similar to the size, scope, and complexity of enterprise level environments up to including multi-tenant. Experience with at least three (3) of the following tools: ServiceNow SailPoint McAfee ePO Policy Auditor and Application Control Tripwire IP360 VNE o CISSP (preferred) Tenable Security Center RSA Archer Informatica Experience developing cybersecurity solutions across a diverse and heterogeneous IT environment, including the following: Technical leadership in Enterprise Architecture (EA), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), and IT Service Delivery to multiple U.S. Government Agencies. Demonstrated experience in security solution design using existing and emerging technologies to achieve enterprise solutions. Experience developing cybersecurity solutions delivered to multiple entities from a cloud environment. Experience with migration from on-premise systems to the cloud, and workload migration from one cloud service provider to another highly preferred. Knowledge and experience in at least one type of scripting / programming language A minimum six years of experience working with Security Authorization requirements, developing and enhancing the security risk posture, and analysis and reporting of IT security metrics. A minimum of four years of experience in security policy and emerging cybersecurity technologies. Other preferred certifications: CCIE Security, VCP Data Center, ITIL v3 Foundations. - provided by Dice
Experience with at least (3) of the following tools: ServiceNow, SailPoint, McSfee ePO, Tripwire IP 360, Tenable Security Center, RSA Archer