Currently seeking an Information Assurance professional to fill a position with a leader in Information Technology in Pearl City, Hawaii. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree and be passionate about information technology work.
Responsibilities of the Information Assurance (IA) Specialist
- Monitor, evaluate and review threat activity.
- Coordinate and provide guidance, assistance and recommended courses of action to ensure compliance with policies for threat mitigation and incident handling.
- Support the design, development and coordination of relationships and solutions to resolve problems within the specialty area.
- Analyze security requirements to determine if they meet security policies.
- Perform risk analyses, including risk assessments, analysis of systems, programs or planning activities.
- Gather, organize and document technical information about an organization’s mission, goals and needs.
- Work directly with clients to identify ways to improve data collection, data quality and analysis.
- Perform all other IA duties as needed.
Requirements of the Information Assurance (IA) Specialist
- Bachelor's degree in a related field
- Minimum 1 year of Windows Server experience with 3 years of Windows Server 2008 and/or 2012 server administration and operating system and software application installation and configuration
- Minimum 3 years of demonstrated analyzing skills
- Minimum 3 years of experience with analyzing and resolving problems associated with hardware, operating system, and application software on a Windows Server Environment
- Minimum 1 year of experience with Security Compliance utilizing Information Assurance Support Environment - Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIG), generating reports and working with checklists then resolving identified issues by patching etc
- Experience with Adobe ColdFusion application server and Oracle database
- Excellent writing skills and attention to detail
- Secret Security Clearance or eligible for
- IAT Level 2 certification (for example Security+)
Pearl City, Hawaii
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Q. What kind of benefits will I receive as a Dunhill employee?
Dunhill offers a competitive benefits package that includes employer-paid health insurance, dental, vision, and prescription, paid vacation, sick leave and holiday pay. We also provide a 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan that Dunhill will match up to 4%.