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Cyberspace Analyst II (Government)

Columbia, Maryland

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  • Provides technical expertise for the identification, development and prioritization of cyberspace operations requirements, processes, procedures, and governing directives
  •  Assists in conducting cyberspace operations and defense of the DOD Information Network (DODIN)
  • Provides situational awareness (SA) of cyber incidents, health, performance, availability, and reliability of the DODIN
  • Identifies issues and priorities affecting operations
  • Supports the creation, dissemination, and compliance of applicable orders and directives to the DOD community
  • Addresses areas of concern for the development of cyberspace capabilities for cyberspace operations
  • Prepares and modifies requirements to develop cyberspace capabilities based on the changing cyberspace environment for appropriate Government review, validation, and prioritization
  • Analyzes capability development requirements, concept of operation documents, and system architectures
  • Utilizes automated capabilities to assess risk to DODIN assets
  • Assists in identifying and prioritizing requirements for capability development efforts
  • Analyzes proposed capabilities, recommends COAs, and develops solutions to address areas of concern for shortfalls
  • Develops, maintains, and automates metrics to assess USCYBERCOM operational Measure of Effective and Performance (MOE/MOP)
  • Develops concept papers, technical white papers, and related documentation detailing cyber security practices for implementation throughout DOD
  • Analyzes vulnerabilities with known exploits that do not have vendor-provided mitigation or remediation action
  •  Conducts research that focuses on rapidly emerging cyber threats and cyber adversary Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs)
  • Collaborates with internal and external partners to facilitate cyber SA and information sharing
  • Assesses the development of cyberspace capabilities to validate USCYBERCOM requirements

Required Experience, Education, and Certifications:

  • Minimum six years of experience as a Cyberspace Analyst or a related functional area - Minimum of High School Diploma
  • Minimum DOD 8140/DOD 8570 IAM Level II Certification
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Excellent communications skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills



Required Clearance: Active TS/SCI w/ Poly


AT&T is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and we are committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Job ID 1854967 Date posted 11/28/2018

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I believe in AT&T and know they are at the edge of technology. The company believes in their people and offers all kinds of training to enable us to take on new jobs and to stay at the front of technology. The software defined network which we are building is the newest technology and AT&T has been involved since early 2000s. You have a great deal of autonomy at AT&T as long as you get the job done. You have the ability to do different jobs and to be challenged at all times.

Cons

I really have little negative to say about AT&T I have worked here for 35 years on March 23rd of 2016.

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