The Information Security Analyst will be part of a team supporting penetration testing activities and documentation work. The Information Security Analyst will be responsible for a variety of tasks including but not limited to:
Assisting in the maintenance of a vulnerability management process,
Penetration testing and audit readiness testing,
Vulnerability Management & Patching,
Generating Vulnerability Management & Patching reports with all relevant actions and information,
Assisting in the management of InfoSec Programs,
Analyzing vulnerabilities, and other findings,
Providing administrative support,
Researching and authoring policies and procedural documents, and
Participating in peer review of deliverables.
The Information Security Analyst will primarily need Knowledge in tools like Nessus and Nexpose and Burp Suite and Kali Linux other network and application scanning tools and other security assessment tools, audit tools, and vulnerability scan tools. The analyst will work closely with team members, managers, system owners, information security officers and other customers.
Additionally, the Information Security Analyst will assist in supporting other security program functions such as audit efforts, quality control, continuous monitoring, risk management and responding to ad hoc data calls. The ideal candidate will possess a solid technical and writing background with a desire to learn and be involved in the establishing and maturing an Agency-wide information security program.
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