Coalfire Systems, Inc. Information System Security Officer/ISSO in Westminster, Colorado

Coalfire Systems, Inc.Coalfire is an EEO employer.Location: US-CO-WestminsterID: 2018-1103Type: Regular Full-TimeAbout CoalfireCoalfire is the cybersecurity advisor that helps private and public sectororganizations avert threats, close gaps, and effectively manage risk. Ourprofessionals are among the most talented in the industry, and each andevery day, they strive to provide the unbiased assessments, advice, andinnovative solutions that help our clients meet their specific challenges andbuild long-term strategies to protect their organizations. For nearly 20years, we've been on the cutting-edge of one of the world's mostimportant industries - and we're committed to making the world a safer placeby solving our clients' toughest security challenges.We're growing rapidly and are currently seeking an Information SystemSecurity Officer to support our Westminster, CO office.What you'll do Support the system owner and/or project team in incorporating theapplicable system security and privacy requirements to include, but notlimited to, defining and documenting system specific requirements and makingrecommendations for technical, operational, or administrative implementations Collaborate with the system owner, project team, and the InformationAssurance (IA) Division to ensure that system security requirements areidentified, documented, constructed, and validated throughout the project life Coordinate with the system owner and project team to identify,document, and mitigate (resolve) system security issues found duringiterative testing cycles, audits, or continuous monitoring activities Coordinate with the system owner and project team to establish anddocument processes for audit log management/review, account management,separation of duties, and configuration management and to complete alldocument Serve as a key point-of-contact between the IA Division and the projectteam and/or system owner before, during, and after audit and assessmentactivit Coordinate with IA representative to obtain current templates needed togenerate required artifacts Perform 1/3 security assessment to facilitate the authorization or ATO Develop system security assessment and authorization documentation,coordinate review of those artifacts by the project team, system owner,and IA Division, and work closely with the project manager and/or systemowner to ensure timely approval of those artifacts by the approving personnelWhat you'll bring 8 years of experience, with 6 being security/ISSO related Knowledge of FISMA Knowledge of NIST Special Publications (interpreting, applying,advising). Should know 800-37, 39, 53, 137) Understanding of RMF steps with particular attention on monitoring Knowledge and experience reviewing security plans, contingencyplans, plan of action and milestones (POA&M), incident response Certification preferred but not required: CISSP, CAP, CISA, or CISMWhy you'll want to join usPassionate problem-solvers who are hungry to learn, grow, and contribute.That's what it takes to be a part of the Coalfire team. We work together totackle the toughest cybersecurity challenges and help our clients become moresecure and successful. We are trusted advisors who are committed to shapingour industry. At Coalfire, our people have the opportunity to expand theirminds and skills, build meaningful relationships with the industry'ssmartest minds, and have a direct impact on our company's success.Along with energetic culture and supportive environment, you'll have theflexibility to balance your personal and work life and grow personally andprofessionally. We work hard, and we play hard - and the two often overlap.We host family-friendly events and happy hours along with professional meetupsand informal networking sessions, and we're active in our communities.Plus, we offer great benefits, including: Health, dental, and vision insurance with an employer contribution Flexible paid time off (employees are encouraged to spend four weeksaway from the