Chipton-Ross is seeking a Cyber Protection 3 for a contract opportunity in Northridge, CA. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide analysis, development, implementation, and security assessments to ensure compliance with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-53, CNSSI 1253, and DoD RMF Knowledge Service guidance • Analyze customer’s concept of operations/employment and cybersecurity/anti-tamper requirements to propose, design, develop, and implement security/protection controls • Analyze existing missile system security architecture, identify and solve potential and actual security problems by architecting an updated system that is resistant to tampering and cyber-attacks • Define system architectures that are resistant to tampering and cyber-attacks • Support system requirements development by following standard processes for assessing, implementing, and verifying security requirements • Maintain technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing publications and participating in communities of practice to further domain knowledge • Develop technical documentation/publication to document trades studies, system designs, analysis, and results related to systems security such as identifying Anti-Tamper Critical Program Information (CPI) and writing of Anti-Tamper Plans • Support the continuous assessment of IA Control compliance for respective program • Strategically plan AT technology development and utilize reverse engineering to architect and validate AT solutions • Support security assessments and continuous monitoring • Ensure secure software architectures and applications • Lead the development of standard and improvement processes for assessing, designing, implementing and verifying security requirements • Lead Anti-Tamper/Cybersecurity Integration & Test and executing verification & validation requirements • Lead the development of the system security engineering team’s training plan for their development in knowledge and skills • Interface with inter-organizational management and external customers to communicate technical briefing and program status • Lead bid proposals for systems security effort • Responsible for ensuring cost and schedule objectives in support of Program Management activities REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: • Bachelor of Science in an engineering/computer science discipline and a minimum of 14 years of engineering, computer science, information systems, or equivalent experience • Minimum 10 years of cumulative experience in cybersecurity/anti-tamper requirements development, security and cyber threat analysis, security systems engineering, cyber systems architecture development or cybersecurity policy development • Minimum 8 years of cybersecurity/anti-tamper-related experience • Knowledge of DoD based Platforms and Embedded Systems, including but not limited to: RMF, Cryptography and Systems Engineering design and implementation • Familiarity with requirements development and derivation or validation and verification • Ability to travel occasionally CONUS and OCONUS (10% or less) • Understanding of deliverable technical documents and reports • Must have proven experience in communicating with all levels of peers, management and customers in a methodical, detailed and process oriented fashion. • Must have demonstrated experience in leading teams to solve technical problems independently with minimal supervision. • Experience with HP Fortify. • Technical problem solving, to include decomposition, root cause analysis, solution development, implementation and monitoring. • Possess a DOD 8570 certification: CompTIA Security, CISSP or similar PREFERRED: • Advanced degree in Engineering, Software or Science • Experience working in the defense industry or weapon systems • Experience with Reverse Engineering, Hardware Design, Embedded Software or Cryptography EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree is required. School must be accredited. HOURS: 4/10 workweek. 100% On-Site. MISCELLANEOUS: Applicants responding to this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements by currently possessing the ability to view classified government information.