US Government, Administration - Office of Technology
- Full Time
Under general supervision, at the full-performance level, performs professional/technical work in the Office of Technology in developing, implementing, and maintaining information security policies, standards, and controls throughout the enterprise. Assists with audits and assessments to identify and analyze threats/vulnerabilities posing risks to data, personnel, applications, systems, and other resources. Performs duties necessary to define, establish, and maintain resource ownership/stewardship responsibilities, such as data classification, account management, access controls, monitoring activities, and other internal controls. Recommends internal controls and risk management strategies to reduce risks and ensure compliance with policy and regulations. Assumes lead responsibility for the planning, development, implementation, and ongoing management of at least one Office of Information Security and Controls (OISC) program. Manages the scope, schedule, and other resources that are required to deploy the OISC program throughout the Executive Branch. Travel may be required. Performs related work as required.
The Information Security Officer 1 is typically involved in, and frequently leads security initiatives or projects of limited complexity, scope, and duration. Projects at this level may have an impact on enterprise and/or departmental operations. An incumbent works independently on routine assignments such as running security monitoring tools, preparing presentation materials, and compiling audit documentation. Works under the direction of more senior personnel for assignments of increasing complexity, such as regulatory audits, detailed technical testing, and performance of forensic investigations. The Information Security Officer 1 has a general background in information security enabling the individual to contribute effectively to projects involving various: (1) controls, such as, access controls, auditing, monitoring, policies, and training; (2) processes, such as, account management, data management and classification, incident management, disaster recovery, and investigations; and/or, (3) technologies, such as, Web applications, mobile devices, and personal computers.
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