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Torch Technologies, Inc EPASS HB Senior Cybersecurity Engineer in Hill AFB, Utah

Thank you for your interest in Torch Technologies. We're an award-winning, 100% employee-owned company based in Huntsville, Alabama. Recognized as a top 100 defense company, we're dedicated to supporting our nation's military. Our guiding principle, "Lighting the Pathway of Freedom," reflects our commitment to excellence, cooperation, integrity, and reliability. As a Certified Evergreen ESOP, our dedication is to continuously develop and maintain our company's success for the next century, securing a prosperous future for our employee-owners for generations to come. Join Torch and be a part of shaping the future!

Job Title EPASS HB Senior Cybersecurity Engineer

Location Utah - Hill AirForce Base - Hill AFB, UT 84056 US (Primary)

Job Description

Torch Technologies has an exciting opportunity for aSenior Cybersecurity Engineerto support the Aerospace Dominance Enabler Division (AFLCMC/HBZ)at Hill AFB in OgdenUtah. HBZ functions as the Air Force's technical, acquisition and sustainment experts providing unique and comprehensive support to the warfighter. The ADE Division is responsible for a vast array of USAF systems to include Electronic Warfare, Range Systems, Range Instrumentation, Air Combat Training and Aircrew Readiness, Command and Control Systems, Advanced Radar Threat Systems, Combat Survivor Evader Locator, P5 Combat Training Systems, Black Switch and Legacy Voice Systems. Furthermore, the ADE Division provides support to depot level sustainment and maintenance efforts, FMS, U.S. Army, Navy, Pacific Air Forces, Air Combat Command (ACC), Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), and Air Education and Training Command (AETC) on a continuous basis. This position requires a highly motivated individual with experience in cybersecurity to include the below essential duties: Assist with development of System Security Management Plans, Program Protection Plans, Security Risk Analyses, OPSEC Plans, Computer Certification and Accreditation, Security Vulnerability and Countermeasures Analyses, Security Concepts of Operations, and other system security engineering-related documents identified in MIL-STD 1785, DoDI 5000.02, Operation of the Adaptive Acquisition Framework, and DoDI 8510.01 Support the system/application Authorization and Accreditation (A&A) effort to include assessing and guiding the quality and completeness of A&A activities, tasks and resulting artifacts mandated by governing DoD and Air Force policies (i.e., Risk Management Framework (RMF) Update, monitor, and manage information in systems for the program office. Process and manage system user account requests and process tools. Process and manage system port/protocol and access control list requirements. Process and manage system Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) identification and authorization requirements. Manage the distribution, implementation, remediation, and tracking of system security updates and configurations as required by the DoD. Recommend policies and procedures to ensure information systems reliability and accessibility to prevent and defend against unauthorized access to systems, networks, and data. Conduct risk and vulnerability assessments of planned and installed information systems to identify vulnerabilities, risk, and protection needs. Promote awareness of security issues among management and ensuring sound security principles are reflected in organizations' vision and goals. Conduct systems security evaluations, audits, and reviews. Recommend systems security contingency plans and disaster recovery procedures. Recommend and implementing programs to ensure that systems, network, and data users are aware of, understand, and adhere to systems security policies and procedures. Participate in network and systems design to ensure implementation of appropriate systems security policies. Recommend initial, or updates to, software and configurations to new or existing system security mec anisms. Obtain waivers to mandated security mechanisms/policies which would be detrimental to system performance and impact the system's mission. Facilitate the gathering, analysis and preservation of evidence used in the prosecution of computer. Provide leadership assistance in the analysis of the design, development, integration, implementation and testing of cybersecurity requirements. Develop risk-based strategies to address identified gaps. Review, analyze, and assess implementations of cybersecurity (i.e. RMF security controls) throughout the open systems architecture and associated services, derived requirements specifications, design documents & design implementation Collaborate with stakeholders (Government and commercial) to ensure the system is approved by all Authorizing Officials via the RMF A&A process. Provide technical advice in the area of systems security across all systems and supports. Develop recommendations for the Government regarding how well designs satisfy current requirements and business goals. Maintain databases that reflect receipt, storage, inventory, and disposition of classified information to include data entry, updates, and generation of reports. Support Government program office in audits of Government classified holdings to ensure proper accountability. Maintain databases of classified visits and clearance levels Perform inspection, inventory, logging, storage, documentation, transmittal, and internal distribution of classified information received. Evaluate Contractor classified data submittals for compliance with the appropriate System Security Classification Guide (SSCG) Provide security inspection and protection to areas where classified information is being stored, and develop and establish security procedures and policies IAW DOD, USAF, AFMC, and local directives. Develop training and provide security awareness and other security education programs. Review and verify personnel qualifications for access to special access programs.