Oasis Systems

Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO)

1 week ago
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The Systems Engineering and Integration Contract II (SEIC II) Program has a requirement for an Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) to provide Cybersecurity engineering support to the Airspace Mission Planning Division located at Eglin AFB, FL.


The ISSO's principal responsibility is successful Security Certification & Accreditation (C&A) of Mission Planning software applications, within planned cost and schedule. These Mission Planning software applications are in use today by Air Force and Navy aviation mission planners, and operate on various DoD networks, closed networks and stand-alone systems




  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Security, Electrical Engineering or a related scientific /technical discipline and 8+ years of Security Engineering or related experience.
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) designation.
  • Understanding of DoD 8510, NIST 800.53 Risk Management Framework, and CNSSI 1253.
  • Ability to manage and provide cybersecurity products to multiple project teams executing concurrently, in accordance with each project’s schedule.
  • Active Secret clearance with ability to obtain Top Secret



  • Advanced degree preferred
  • Experience in leading C&A processes in accordance with DoD policy, standards & guidelines.
  • Experience with the enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS).
  • Technical knowledge of computer networking and computer security protocols, and prior hands-on implementation of network and software security controls


  • Researching, developing, implementing, testing, and reviewing hardware/software information security requirements (IAW DoD/NIST RMF) to protect information and prevent unauthorized access. In this role, the ISSE will direct the contracting team on security measures, explain potential threats, implement security measures and monitor applications in order to meet or exceed all DoD/NIST RMF requirements, resulting in faster and more accurate software releases.
  • Support the government program office’s Information Assurance team with Authorization to Operate (ATO) and Authority to Connect (ATC) certifications, required for software releases.
  • Hardening of Operating Systems, applications, and network infrastructure using Department of Defense Security Requirement Guides (SRGs), Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs), Defense Security Service Office of the Designated Approving Authority (DSS ODAA) Baseline Technical Security Configurations, and Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts (IAVA).
  • Developing and maintaining system-specific Security Controls Test Matrix (SCTM), Risk Assessment Report, Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M), System Security Plans (SSP), Application Security and Development Checklists, and other artifacts supporting software certification and accreditation in accordance with RMF and JSIG.

  • Running vulnerability scans for applications using various tools such as HP Fortify; working with software engineers to analyze the report; and running vulnerability scans for operating systems and network infrastructure using Nessus and/or ACAS.

  • Working closely with the Chief Engineer to establish a system security engineering (SSE) process to plan, organize and manage efforts to achieve maximum system security and survivability.
  • Working with self-signed certificates and DoD PKI.
  • Working with Windows OS, SELinux, puppet, iptables, and cryptographic modules.


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