Control Systems Security Analyst

Company Name:
Securicon, LLC
Position Type:
Securicon, LLC has an immediate opening for a Control Systems Security
Analyst position in the Arlington, Virginia supporting the Department of
Homeland Security (DHS) National Cyber Security Division (NCSD)
Control Systems Security Program (CSSP). The CSSP coordinates efforts
among federal, state, and local governments, as well as control system
owners, operators, and vendors to improve control system security within
and across all critical infrastructure sectors by reducing control systems
cyber security vulnerabilities and risk.
Control systems, which consist of computers, process control equipment,
and process interface systems, monitor and manage our nation's most
critical infrastructure processes, such as electricity generation,
transmission and distribution; natural gas production and distribution;
petroleum products refining; transportation systems monitoring and
control, water supply; wastewater treatment; chemical processing; discrete
manufacturing; and numerous other critical functions.
The position involves supporting the CSSP in all aspects of managing and
executing national level strategic (with some operational) programs and
activities focused on securing the nation's control systems.
o Performing CSSP Program Management Office (PMO) support
activities and functions.
o Assisting with development of plans, programs and policies.
o Facilitating and coordinating interactions and information sharing
with other federal entities, control systems owners/operators,
control systems vendors, academia, researchers

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