Cybersecurity Strategy Consultant
As a Cybersecurity Strategy Consultant you will;
The Level 2 Cybersecurity Strategy Consultant – National and International Policy candidate shall possess the following capabilities.
- Draft summary planning documentation to support Video Teleconference (VTC) or teleconference engagements and weekly support updates designed to track internal and external time-sensitive tasking and cybersecurity-related business.
- Facilitate and support strategic planning sessions aimed at identifying and prioritizing cybersecurity initiatives and challenges.
- Consolidate input from across multiple organizations and contributors to draft cybersecurity products (e.g., documents, briefings) for group review and finalization.
- Research and advise USG leadership on concepts and ideas for advancing cybersecurity that shapes future national-level cybersecurity policy.
Your background will likely include the following;
- An Active Top Secret Clearance with SCI and CI Polygraph
- Bachelor’s degree in a cyber-related field (Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Cyber Security) or a field requiring communications and analysis skills.
- Minimum 10 years’ experience in cybersecurity (e.g., Information Assurance, Information Systems Security, and Computer Network Defense) in the development of National Security Policy and Strategy.
- Minimum 10 years cumulative experience in four (4) of the following:
- Legislative process and Congressional relations
- Interdepartmental or interagency collaboration and cooperation
- Capabilities and requirements analysis
- Performance management and metrics implementation
- Process definition, deployment, and improvement
- Facilitation of team activities and resulting product development
- Program analysis and evaluation
- In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, an additional four (4) years’ experience is required equaling a total of 14 years of experience for each area above.
- International/foreign affairs experience in support of an organization’s cybersecurity initiatives.
- Master’s degree in a cybersecurity, telecommunications technology, or national security and policy field of study.