Join a dynamic team of thought leaders and experts supporting a $1B+ portfolio of Cybersecurity programs to defend the nation against advanced threats and adversaries. Lead the development and integration of innovative Cybersecurity solutions and service offerings to protect federal networks and automate labor intensive security processes and activities. Perform research and interface with subject matter experts on emerging and leading Cybersecurity technologies and domains, including IoT and Cloud security, Automation and Orchestration (A&O), identify and access management, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning. Work with capture and delivery teams to engineer and integrate new concepts, technical solutions, and approaches to solve complex Cybersecurity problems. Work with Cyber threat intelligence teams to assess the latest threat actor techniques and tactics and design and develop state-of-the-art security controls and countermeasures. Coordinate with senior clients regularly, including CIO, CISO, GRC, and SOC leaders on Cybersecurity challenges and shape opportunities to implement solutions and service offerings leveraging investments and proven capabilities. Develop and manage relationships with strategic Cybersecurity product vendors and identify and execute partnering and go-to-market strategies. This position is open to remote delivery anywhere within the U.S., to include the District of Columbia.
8+ years of experience with leading technical project delivery for large, complex organizations
Experience with architecting, designing, and implementing Cybersecurity systems, solutions, and tools in federal organizations
Experience with leading Cybersecurity research and development (R&D) and product selection initiatives in asset management, vulnerability management, analytics, secure DevOps, identity and access management, automated A&A, Zero Trust, and EDR
Ability to collaborate with project and proposal teams effectively to incorporate Cybersecurity solutions and develop high quality implementation plans and roadmaps
Ability to work with senior leaders and executives to foster positive client relationships
Ability to author technical documentation and whitepapers on leading Cybersecurity topics and concepts
HS diploma or GED
Experience in a Cybersecurity compliance, operations, or engineering leadership role
Experience with selecting, designing, and implementing security tools and capabilities for large, complex federal or commercial organizations
Experience with innovative Cybersecurity products and capabilities, including A&O, AI, machine learning, NGFW, Big Data, and Cloud first architectures
Information Security Certification, including CEH, CISM, CISA, CISSP, or CompTIA Security+ Certification
The proposed salary range for this position in Colorado is 100,000 to 130,000. Final salary will be determined based on various factors.
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