ICF seeks a Cyber Security Policy Specialist to support the Governance, Risk and Compliance capabilities in the cyber security area for our federal client. In this role you will utilize your experience as a cyber security professional to provide policy, program and risk management support to our federal client in maturing their Information Security Program. This position is part of a large, business analysis and management support services contract for a federal civilian agency and is based on our client site in Arlington, VA.
What you’ll be doing:
- Interface with cyber security and technical subject matter experts to gather information to inform policy statements, and develop/update organizational policies accordingly.
- Use your experience with the NIST standards and special publications to produce, maintain and update security policies, technical guidance, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
- Develop, review, analyze, document, and maintain current and new security process documents including but not limited to SOPs, templates, plans, manuals, workflows, requirements documents, job aids, web content, and other security guidance documentation.
- Perform periodic reviews of documentation and current publications to identify and inform recommendations for improving policies, processes, and procedures based on new and/or evolving Federal standards, requirements and/or guidelines.
- Provide planning, documentation, logistics, and execution support for cyber security and risk management meetings, including meeting facilitation and documenting associated meeting minutes.
- Develop and maintain content related to the client’s Information Security Program on the client Intranet and SharePoint Site(s).
- Lend cybersecurity and risk management expertise to a diverse set of enterprise programs and initiatives.
- Research, review, monitor, and report on industry best practices, latest cyber security developments and trends, standards, and guidelines, and apply these to the Federal environment.
- Identify and implement process improvement initiatives that contribute to and enhance the efficacy of the client’s Information Security Program.
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