• Information Assurance – Incident Handling & Policy - Afghanistan

    Job Locations US
    Job ID 2018-1203
  • Overview

    Incident Handling covers Cross Domain Violations (CDVs), Disclosure of Classified Information (DCI), malware, and any activity performed by any user on the network which could be malicious in nature or cause an impact to the network due to negligence.  Incidents must be processed in accordance with JNOSC-A, USFOR-A, and CENTCOM policies.  The goal is to restore the systems and user’s access while mitigating the event and providing information to higher.

    Responsibilities

    • Shall respond and action incidents in accordance with USFOR-A and CENTCOM policy. 
    • Incident status shall be tracked using IT Service Management (ITSM) system. 
    • Reporting shall follow the requirements outlined in CENTCOM policy which is based on type and severity. 
    • Shall evaluate all documents pertaining to incidents to ensure accuracy and completeness.

    Qualifications

    • Must possess an active DoD TS/SCI Clearance
    • Candidate shall maintain DoD 8570.1-M compliance for CND Incident Responder with a computing environment certificate focus on Windows administration or incident handling. 
    • Personnel shall have a minimum of four (4) to five (5) years of experience in Incident Handling and Response.

     

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