Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products, and solutions in unmanned systems, cybersecurity, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide.
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems (NGMS) was selected by the U.S. Missile Defense Agency to participate on the Missile Defense National Team. This team was chartered to develop a Ballistic Missile Defense System for the United States. Missile Defense and Protective Systems (MDPS) serves as Northrop Grumman Mission Systems' focal point for all activities associated with missile defense, including Command, Control, Battle Management and Communications (C2BMC), simulation & modeling, systems engineering, and target discrimination.
We are seeking highly qualified candidates for a Cybersecurity Administrator. This role will be responsible for the Security Administration of the Development & Integration (DI) and System Infrastructure (SI) lab environments. This includes the following regularly scheduled tasks:
Daily troubleshooting of issues related to Cyber; Interfacing with LM ISSO/DSS Rep
Weekly updating of Dat files and ACAS plugins; Reviewing Security Logs; Monitoring the system (e.g., User accounts, User activity, Software installations, System changes) for ArcSight, TFA and HBSS
Monthly scanning of systems/networks and reviewing scan data
Quarterly installing of new IA Release; Supporting SMR Verification; Updating software/firmware on servers and workstations
As-needed assisting with Auditing and accrediting of new systems; Developing software policy updates
In addition, this position will assist with the installation and configuration of Linux and Windows HW platforms from the OS up to the applications. Provide documentation and verification of all installation and configuration steps is part of daily tasks. Collaborate with developers and/or vendors as needed to help diagnose and identify the root cause of problems found while maintaining servers and workstations. Submit problem reports for errors discovered to the Program Lab CCB.
The successful candidate will have:
Administrator experience installing, testing and configuring vulnerability fixes to Windows and Unix/Linux platforms is required
Working knowledge of Information Assurance policies and procedures as they apply to lab management is required
Basic network knowledge to include routers, switches and firewalls is required
The ability to clearly and succinctly communicate complex concepts, issues, and status is necessary
Occasional travel to Huntsville, AL may be necessary.