Featured Job- Cyber Technical Engineer with BAE

Job Description

This position represents a proposal or pipelining requisition for potential upcoming work. If you meet the qualifications, please submit your resume and we will consider you for this opportunity in the future.
The candidate will provide the government with specialized computer security experience as it pertain to the analysis of and protection against computer-based attacks. The candidate will work at BAE Systems and have the following skill set:
Specialized product knowledge of Tier 1 Analysis products, DoD Enterprise tool (HBSS, SCVVI, SCRI, INTFoT) along and the ability to write custom-based signatures, ACL’s, etc. to protect against current and future attacks. Ability to analyze alert data from a variety of products and help the Government develop a strategy on how to address these threats. The candidate must be able to monitor and analyze data from a variety of network devices and provide security analyst support for a complex, global, wide area network, including firewalls, routers, switches, out-of-band management appliances, network analyzer appliances, virtual private network (VPN) appliances, intrusion detection systems (IDS) and communications circuits. Backbone and WAN support will consist of Internet connections and point-to-point, frame-relay and MPLS networks.

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