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Aptive has an exciting opportunity for a Risk Assessor who loves working on a project as it develops from concept to completion.
• While the other assessor roles on the Security Assessment team perform technical testing and generate risk information, the Risk Assessor focuses exclusively on analyzing existing Risk Information Sources (RIS) (regardless of generation source). Put another way, the other assessor roles generate a RIS that is (potentially) used by the Risk Assessor (possibly along with other RIS) to determine the risk posture of the system being assessed • The Risk Assessor typically works independently of and after the Security Assessment team. The Risk Assessor is not typically a part of the Security Assessment team but may interact with them to better understand their findings and their context • Before identifying the risks to the system, the Risk Assessor first familiarizes themselves with the system by reviewing the system’s SSP, ISRA, PIA, and any existing ACT RARs. The purpose of this review is to understand the purpose, design, implementation, and environment of the system; its development roadmap; and the already-identified risks to the security and privacy of the system • The Risk Assessor reviews and analyzes the data from all available RIS (including the Findings and output from ongoing ACT Security Assessments). Available RIS might include ACT Security Assessments that are being conducted concurrently or that were conducted in the past; other available RIS might include sources such as penetration testing performed by the CMS Cybersecurity Integration Center (CCIC), DHS Cyber Hygiene, etc. • The Risk Assessor works with ISPG and/or the appropriate Security Assessment Lead or Risk Assessment Lead to determine which Risk Information Sources should be considered for each Assessment • The Risk Assessor documents the identified Risks and analysis in the current version of the ACT Risk Assessment Report Template
• The ideal candidate should be proactive, curious, and dedicated to our clients, their customers, our employees, willing to provide exceptional customer service. • Legal authorization to work in the U.S. • Ability to obtain and maintain a Public Trust Clearance
• 5+ years' experience minimum - 7+ years' experience preferred • Bachelor's degree/Master's degree preferred
• Aptive is a modern federal consulting firm focused on human experience, digital services and business transformation. • The Office of Transition and Economic Development (OTED) is currently serving as VA’s policy and program lead for preparing service members to become civilian ready through its services provided during the Transition Assistance Program (TAP); serving as VA’s authority on Veteran economic development policies and initiatives, including Chapter 36 Personalized Career Planning and Guidance; and orchestrating public and private partnerships which support the total well-being of service members, Veterans, and their families before, during, and after their transition from military life.
• Aptive is an equal opportunity employer. We consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, parental status, veteran status, age, disability or any other protected class. • Veterans, members of the Reserve and National Guard, and transitioning active-duty service members are highly encouraged to apply.
• This full-time position is in Fairfax, VA, Baltimore, MD, or Remote. Please note until COVID-19 social distancing restrictions are lifted, this position will be fully remote.
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