Scanning Engineer - Senior

Ross Technologies (RTGX) an Assured Information Security company is looking for a Scanning Engineer with a working knowledge and experience in the federal information environment. Experience with systems methodology, policy, and standards environment of information security in government is desirable. Excellent written and oral communications skills desired. Ability to work collaboratively with a broad range of constituencies essential. A demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of people is required. Experience with current tools (McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator, Policy Auditor, McAfee Vulnerability Manager (MVM - formerly Foundstone), (MVM Web Application Assessment Module) is strongly desired.
Responsible for implementing and maintaining McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator and Policy Auditor.
Document and maintain SCAP content that is leveraged by Policy Auditor for security compliance scanning.
Monitor Help Desk Ticketing system and support security help desk (currently Remedy)
Perform and post results of bi-weekly and on demand vulnerability assessments
Provide incident reporting and response capability
Ensure data flows are maintained between internal tools and enterprise-wide reporting dashboard
5+ years of experience in information security, information technology, or related field
Technical knowledge of information technology and cyber security standards and issues is required for this position
Center for Strategic and International Studies: Twenty Critical Controls for Effective Cyber Defense
NIST Special Publication 800-53
The IT Security Functional Requirements, outlined in the protection profile for databases by NIAP CCEVS (
The CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) standard
Effective written and verbal communication skills
Persistent and polite follow-up with clients in order to maintain project schedule
Problem-solving and attention to detail
Desired: Skills: Preferred but not required:
Certified Ethical Hacker
Security+ and/or Network+
Security+, CISSP
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