Tetrad Digital Integrity (TDI) is a leading-edge cybersecurity firm with a mission to safeguard and protect our customers from increasing threats and vulnerabilities in this digital age. With over 20 years of knowledge and expertise, our services have created innovative and business-improvement oriented solutions across a diverse and international market that includes both government and commercial clients.
We are seeking a Cybersecurity Advisor to assist in developing and maintaining a robust cybersecurity program and assistance with operational processes for a prestigious government client. Thisencompasses a robust set of activities that include tasks such as developing policies and procedures, ensuring continuity of operations, risk management activities, and general security program activities.
As a small business, we are committed to delivering excellence in our products and services, integrity in the way we conduct ourselves and respect in dealing with one and another. TDI values each and every employees' contribution to our continued growth and success. We recognize and value our employees and their individualism as we work to create a diverse work force. Join Team TDI and become a TDI Titan today!
Serve as a trusted advisor to Cybersecurity Leadership as required to successfully meet program objectives.
Research and recommend innovative, secure, and (where possible) automated approaches towards IT/cybersecurity solutions. Identify approaches that leverage Government resources and provide economies of scale.
Conduct technical reviews/assessments and develop cybersecurity recommendations based on emerging issues.
Design, develop, and maintain unique security tools and techniques for conducting cybersecurity evaluations.
Work with stakeholders across the organization to establish, maintain, and monitor Cybersecurity strategic and tactical goals in alignment with Government Information Security policies and procedures.
Participate in the technical security evaluation and testing of new technologies in support of Government operations and provide supporting reviews as directed by Cybersecurity leadership.
Create executive facing artifacts for Senior Leadership (i.e., program metrics, roadmaps, presentations).
Bachelor’s Degree in related field with at least 10 years of demonstrated work experience in the Cybersecurity industry providing advisory services to management and executive level staff. In lieu of a bachelor’s degree, at least four (4) years of IT security experience is required.
Deep understanding of management, operational and technical cybersecurity principles
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or other relevant cybersecurity certifications required.
Proven proficiency and understanding of common operating systems and network technologies (Windows, UNIX, Linux, Cisco IOS) and common security tools and scanners.
Demonstrated understanding of cloud and mobile security technologies and tools.
Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing (to include technical documentation).
Ability to communicate effectively with technical and non-technical users.
Excellent time management and organization skills, handling multiple, simultaneous and changing priorities under pressure and tight deadlines within a high-pressure environment.
Ability to both work independently and function effectively as a member of a team.