Job Description

TCI has an immediate need for a Cyber Security Engineer in Colorado Springs, CO. This is not a Corp2Corp opportunity. This is a long-term contract opportunity with the possibility of hire. In addition to competitive, market-rate based pay, TCI provides all our Consultants with Comprehensive Medical/Dental Insurance, 401k, Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability benefits.
Please note that this position requires US Citizenship and a Secret Security Clearance prior to start.
Vulnerability Management engineer with Nessus and Security Center experience. Position includes working with customer(s) to scope projects, establish stakeholders, timeline, and expectations.
  • Identify security vulnerabilities and prioritize remediation to reduce residual risk.
  • Verify that systems, network and infrastructure meet baseline security standards defined by the DoD.
  • Improve vulnerability management lifecycle processes, including Discovery, Assets Prioritization, Vulnerability Assessment, Reporting, Remediation, and Validation.
  • Drive program maturity, reducing the time to vulnerability remediation by integrating technology platforms, automating processes, providing actionable vulnerability remediation guidance.
  • Collaborate with cybersecurity and technology teams to research, recommend, and implement enterprise-wide changes.
  • Scope, plan, facilitate, and perform Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) technical assessments.
  • Research emerging threats and malicious actor tactics, techniques, procedure (TTPs), system vulnerabilities, and key indicators of exploits across diverse technologies and rapid changing environments, including on-premise/cloud infrastructure to determine risk rating of vulnerabilities to business assets.
  • Build relationships and serve as a liaison between system/application owners and the CVM.
  • Serve as an advisor, raising awareness of vulnerabilities, exposure, and business impact to enterprise systems.
  • Provide Vulnerability Management support to varying activities to include certification and accreditation (C&A), cyber incident response, information assurance vulnerability alert (IAVA) assessment, information condition (INFOCON), policy and procedures, risk assessment, cybersecurity test and evaluation (ST&E), security analysis and program protection planning standards, architecture, engineering and integration support, and system access controls.
  • This may include conducting interviews, review documentation and various technology controls.
  • 4+ years of related professional experience
  • 2+ years leading/mentoring technical staff in enterprise cyber vulnerability management.
  • Tenable (Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS)) VA Nessus: 4 years.
  • Tenable VA Security Center: 4 years.
  • Familiarity with;
    • DoD vulnerability scanning process using Nessus
    • DoD Information Assurance Vulnerability Management (IAVM) processes,
    • Vulnerability Management System (VMS)
    • DoD ports, protocols, and services (PPS) program
    • Anti-virus
  • Strong organizational, project management, and multi-tasking skills with a successful track record of managing expectations, delivering results, and meeting milestones and deadlines
  • Knowledge of network security, application security, database administration, programming, systems analysis procedures, database software, operating systems, OWASP Top 10 risks.
  • Comptia S+ certification is required.
  • Relevant professional certifications: CISSP, CISM, GPEN, CEH, OSCP, or equivalent are strongly desired.
  • Must currently possess or have the ability to obtain a Public Trust Security Clearance prior to start.
  • Covid Vaccination Mandate compliance is required.

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