- Defensive Cyberspace Operations (DCO) Analyst March 23, 2018
Location: Fort Gordon, Augusta, Georgia
Customer: TRADOC Capability Manager-Cyber (TCM Cyber)
Background: TCM Cyber is TRADOC’s centralized capability development integrator for Cyberspace Operations. TCM Cyber is the user advocate for doctrine, organizational, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities, and policy (DOTMLPF-P) solutions that enable DCO, OCO, Cyber SU and PCTE capabilities to operational and institutional forces, ensuring mission success across the force in support of unified land operations. TCM Cyber executes its mission by coordinating DOTMLPF-P developments to ensure capabilities remain integrated and support operational requirements.
Education: BS/BA degree; a certification in Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) is required
-- A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in information technology and computer networking with five (5) years’ experience in defensive cyberspace operations, demonstrates experience and knowledge in leading small teams and experience/knowledge of Army force modernization, capability development process, or requirements determination process.
-- Must possess a strong knowledge of DCO concepts, tactics, techniques, procedures, and technologies such as user activity monitoring, forensics and malware analysis, various DCO related tools (e.g. Security Onion, Cobalt Strike, Python, Google Rapid Response, and Kali Linux), or, forensics and malware analysis (e.g. Forensic Tool Kit and EnCase), or DCO mission planning, advanced sensors, and threat emulation.
-- Knowledge of commercial telecommunications technologies and methodologies, DoD and/or Army cyberspace operations, academic hypotheses/thesis related to cyberspace security, industry best business practices related to cybersecurity, and cloud computing/virtualization. Knowledge of cyber threats impacting DoD, national, and Army networks and associated systems, including specific threat TTPs.
-- Knowledgeable in cyberspace doctrine, policy, and regulations; and demonstrate the ability to search for, find, and comprehend applicable doctrine, policies, regulations, and requirements in order to generate recommendations for future DCO capability development efforts (e.g. requirements generation, evaluations, assessments, capability drops, and experimentation). DAU Course CLR 101.
--Candidates should have an understanding of US Army operations Brigade and Below.
--Coordination and interface across a broad stakeholder community.
-- Candidates should also have a broad understanding and knowledge of government acquisition frameworks and JCIDS processes, assist in the executive level status briefing materials, technical instructions, and JCIDS requirement documents for Department Headquarters.
Services include: The candidate will assist with the development of products and deliverables related to development and review of Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System documentation (e.g., Initial Capability Documents (ICD), Capability Development Document (CDD), Capability Production Document (CDP), Requirements Definition Packages (RDP) and Capability Drops (CD), cyberspace operations materiel (software/hardware) requirements documents (to include concepts of operations (CONOPS), cost benefit analyses, and test and evaluation plans); capability needs analyses; applicable portions of doctrine; institutional training (to include the production of cyberspace System Training Plans); leadership and education; personnel skill sets; facilities; and policy.
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