Northramp is looking for smart,
creative individuals interested in helping grow something truly unique in our
markets. The ideal candidate will have experience supporting a federal agency
with implementing and enhancing its Information Security Continuous Monitoring
(ISCM) and/or Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program. Such support would include but not be limited
to creating and responding to ISCM data calls, developing processes and
procedures aligned with both industry best practices as well as the agency’s
operational reality, and converting technical content into reports and other
artifacts that can be readily utilized by non-technical audiences to make
operational decisions. Through this work, you will have demonstrated your
ability to analyze and apply critical thinking to a wide variety of complex
problems and partner with your customers to identify and implement successful solutions
that solve their most pressing challenges.
We are currently looking for an Information Security Consultant who has experience:
- Helping federal organizations establish new information security policies and processes that have wide-ranging impact throughout the organization
- Conducting requirements gathering sessions with groups of technical and non-technical individuals to gather necessary content to create security policies and processes that are relevant and encourage buy-in for everyday usage throughout the organization
- Interpreting NIST SP 800-137, 800-137a, NISTIR 8212 standards in a manner enabling federal organizations to apply such standards to their operations.
- Applying NIST SP 800-53, 800-53a, and the NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF) to ISCM topics in a manner enabling federal organizations to apply such standards to their operations.
- Developing data call / information request content for answer by other technical stakeholders, in addition to answering data calls / information requests received from other technical stakeholders.
- Briefing Senior and Executive Leadership on the security policies and processes they have developed in order to maintain buy-in and obtain approval to implement such policies and processes
- Consistently delivering the above expectations in a 100% remote environment that requires flexibility and openness to adapt to notable and rapidly changing requirements.
- Displaying openness for occasional travel within the Washington, DC Area if such activities can be performed safely.
- U.S. Citizenship and the ability to successfully pass a federal background investigation.
- Bachelor’s Degree.
- Possess at least one of the following cybersecurity certifications with an “Active / Current” status: Security+ CE, CISSP, CAP, CRISC
- 5+ years’ experience delivering in one or more of the above areas on increasingly challenging projects. Experience working with NIST SP 800-53, 800-53a, 800-137, and 800-137a is a must.
- Experience delivering excellent oral and written communication skills in a remote environment.
- Capability to spend notable amounts of time working independently with little supervision in a way that proactively addresses client needs.
- Capability and comfort level with being a “self-starter” to proactively establish themselves as a trusted advisor.
- Desire to work with a rapidly growing organization of high performers.
- Master’s degree
- Experience briefing Senior and Executive Client Leadership stakeholders is a plus.
- Ability to expand work under existing contracts
Public trust clearance required. Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
At Northramp, our passion, our true north, is to help our clients cut through the fog and obtain technical and operational clarity to help them make the most significant impact possible. Focused like a laser on driving value for our clients, Northramp specializes in helping public and private sector clients streamline their IT operations, improve their technical services, and drive greater returns from IT investments.
If you are curious in learning more about Northramp, please visit our website at https://www.northramp.com
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