Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

  • Junior IA Analyst

    Job Location US-MD-Suitland
    ID
    2018-3411
    # of Openings
    1
    Targeted Job Start Date
    5/1/2018
  • Overview

    EIS is seeking a Junior IA Analyst to support for the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI). This position is located at the NMIC in Washingon, D.C. (Metro accessible).

    Responsibilities

    The Junior IA Analyst will support continuous Information Assurance, Vulnerability Assessment (VA), risk assessment and remediation activities.  Analysis of network traffic packet captures, network and host-based Intrusion Detection/Prevention data.  Provide experience in CND, Computer Network Attack tools and techniques.  Support the design, development, integration, securing, operations and maintenance of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) architectures and technologies.

    Qualifications

    Education and Experience:

    • 1-3 Years IA experience or BA/BS in IT, IA or related field.
    • Knowledge and experience in eMass and Xacta Accreditation processes and programs.

    Certifications:

    • Must possess one of the following industry certifications; A+ (CE) or Network + (CE) or SSCP; or for Systems Security Management/Analysis (46): CASP or CAP or Security+ or SSCP

    Clearance:

    • Active TS/SCI required

    Other Qualifications:

    • Experience in continuous Information Assurance, Vulnerability Assessment (VA), risk assessment and remediation activities.
    • One to two years of experience analyzing network traffic packet captures, network and host-based Intrusion Detection/Prevention data.
    • One to two years of experience in CND, Computer Network Attack tools and techniques.
    • Knowledge of attack vectors.
    • One to two years of experience in the design, development, integration, securing, operations and maintenance of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) architectures and technologies.

    EIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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