Assist the product engineering team in writing cyber security requirements, test plans and testing.
Apply risk management frameworks (RMF) to product development.
Peer review security critical areas of software and device configuration.
Document cybersecurity compliance.
Complete STIGs for embedded products.
Monitor software applications and libraries for security vulnerabilities.
Write and maintain secure software development processes, procedures, and other associated documentation.
Translate cybersecurity standards into practical processes, procedures and internal standards.
Mentor software engineers in writing secure software.
Education + Experience
5 to 10 years of experience relevant to this position.
Bachelor's degree in a computer science, software engineering, computer engineering, cyber security or equivalent degree.
Have a DoD Approved 8570 Baseline Certification for an IAM Level I role, or higher.
Position requires the ability to obtain a security clearance.
Experience applying STIGs and hardening Windows and Linux systems.
Server / workstation administration skills in both Windows and Linux.
Experience in running and managing vulnerability assessment tools.
Familiarity of relevant security standards such as: SAE J3061, NIST 800 series, FIPS 140.