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CGI Federal is seeking a Data Loss Protection Engineer to join our dynamic and highly skilled team of engineers supporting the DHS CDM (Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation) DEFEND C program. We are looking for an experienced and hands-on subject matter expert (SME) to support our technical team in identifying key data protection strategies for the supported federal agencies. You will enhance the cyber security posture of the agencies through improved implementation and enhancement of network monitoring and control tools and processes. You will actively identify and mitigate a wide range of cyber risks and will work closely with a variety of agency stakeholders, supporting their mission, priorities, organization and unique challenges.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
• Supporting clients in designing, implementing and maintaining data security solutions and mitigating potential threats of data compromise.
• Providing reporting and analysis on incidents and events within the data protection environment, as well as remediate incidents.
• Providing incident and policy analysis for existing controls and help drive greater data visibility and loss prevention technologies in the information security environment.
• Developing and supporting data classification policies and strategies for addressing data encryption requirements to include DRM and advanced data protection techniques, such as data masking, tokenization, P2P encryption, etc.
• Evaluating existing technologies with the CDM technical team, including developing technical requirements, evaluating solutions and developing architecture and design documents for data protection and data security solutions.
• Documenting, maintaining and managing DLP (host and Network) existing equipment, software and tools.
• Managing DLP rules based on customer policies and procedures.
• Preparing and maintaining solution documentation, including security, configuration and CONOPS.
• Working closely with engineering and test teams and participate in technical and meetings with Agency technical specialists.
• Working with Service Delivery teams in developing agency-specific designs and policies to include working directly with agency technical and security SMEs.
• Documenting, publishing and maintaining a knowledge base of information pertaining to the functionality, processes and procedures related to the tools.
• Supporting agencies via local travel in the DC Metro area and may occasionally travel to other continental US sites.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship is required as well as successful passing of CGI background check prior to beginning work. In addition, candidates must have ability to obtain and maintain a DHS EOD/Public Trust clearance.
• Bachelor’s degree and 8+ years of related experience. Four additional years of relevant work experience may substitute for a degree.
• Experience with enterprise of security software with proven skills within data security and information security including digital rights management (DRM), encryption, key management, access control, cloud security and PKI technologies.
• Operational expertise in deploying data protection technologies including Virtru, Titus and Symantec DLP, particularly in a Google Workspace.
• Expertise and demonstrated proficiency with major operating systems (Windows, UNIX and Linux).
• Expertise with storage systems, database management systems and security.
• Experience with scripting using RESTful API, PowerShell and Python.
• Understanding of enterprise services to include firewalls, IDS/IPS, networks and end point security.
• Experience with Secure Development Lifecycle (DevSecOps).
• Experience with Risk Management and Security regulations for Data (FIPS-140-2, PCI, Common Criteria, NIST and OMB Circular A-130).
• Must be able to work with other team members and groups, work with competing priorities and possess strong customer focus.
• Attention to detail coupled with effective analytical and problem-solving aptitude.
• Ability to establish working relations at all organizational levels and demonstrate ability to diplomatically and effectively deal with government officials and program office stakeholders.
• Security relevant certifications: CISSP, CISM, CISA, Security+ or CEH.
• Understanding of federal cybersecurity guidance such as NIST SP 800-37 - Guide for Applying the Risk Management Framework to Federal Information Systems: a Security Life Cycle Approach and NIST 800-137 - Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM) for Federal Information Systems and Organizations.
• Experience with the DHS Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program.
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