MindPoint Group Security Engineer - Senior, Mid, Junior in Washington, District Of Columbia
MindPoint Group delivers industry-leading cybersecurity solutions, services, and products. We are trusted cybersecurity advisors to key government and commercial decision-makers and support security operations for some of the most security-conscious organizations globally.
Our relationship with you is for the long run because your success is our success. We invest in your success through fantastic benefits (healthcare, generous PTO, paid parental leave, and tuition reimbursement, to name a few).
Beyond just excellent pay and benefits, you’ll want to work here for reasons that can’t be written into an offer letter—the challenge, growth opportunities, and most important: the culture of a company that cares about you.
A position at MPG promises you
A diverse organization
A safe workplace with zero tolerance for discrimination or harassment of any kind
A balanced work life. Seriously.
A stable, established, and growing business
A leadership team focused on your professional growth and development
MindPoint Group has multiple opportunities for Security Engineers with various experience levels: Senior, Mid, Junior. The Security Engineer will:
Assist in determining authorization boundaries and placement of new systems within the Agency’s enterprise architecture
Develop, implement and maintain a boundary realignment plan that creates performance efficiencies in the RMF and SDLC processes
Support the development of new systems and modernization of legacy systems that are in line with Security and Enterprise Architecture requirements
Develop, document, and annually secure baseline configurations for each technology used within the environment. Familiarity with DISA STIGs and CIS Benchmarks required
Support RMF activities by
Designing, developing, and maintaining detailed security drawings
Develop alternative system designs and architectures
Develop and document Solution Architecture Models, Threat Models, and CONOPS
Provide security and privacy engineering subject matter expertise
Administer, configure, manage, patch, upgrade and optimize security such as, but not limited to:
Mobile device discovery and management
Privileged Access Management Tool
Network Security Monitors
Perform security and privacy impact analyses for proposed changes to assigned systems.
Public Trust security clearance required
Minimum of five years as a Security/Network Administrator or equivalent knowledge
Bachelor's degree in a technical field from an accredited college/university or equivalent experience
Experience with security tools such as vulnerability management tools (Nessus, Retina), configuration management (Bigfix, SCCM, EPO), endpoint detection (antivirus, ATP), data loss prevention, and intrusion detection software and hardware
Familiar with the use of data analysis tools (Excel or PowerBI)
Familiar with multi-tiered network applications, common ports, and protocols used in those communications, the Common Vulnerability System (CVS), and the exploitation mechanisms of common vulnerability types (e.g., buffer overflows, cross-site scripting, SQL injection)
Ability to perform online research and comprehend attack signatures while comparing them to network traffic to perform a proper analysis of detections
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines
Equal Opportunity Employer Veterans/Disabled