DOJ seeking Director to lead Justice Security Operations Center (JSOC)

“The Director, Justice Security Operations Center (JSOC) is the Department’s primary and central defense against cyber-attacks and espionage threatening our networks. It provides proactive and consistent services to respond to threats against DOJ’s information assets as well as 24×7 incident monitoring, prioritization, escalation, response, and remediation.”

“Responsibilities

  • Directs the JSOC, a 24×7 operation that provides comprehensive cyber incident intrusion, detection, and response management services to protect the DOJ’s computer networks.
  • Provides guidance on remediation for cyber threats and penetrations into the Department’s network as issues arise.
  • Advises other IT experts throughout the agency and its components on a variety of situations and issues that involve applying or adapting new theories, concepts, standards, or practices resulting from the employee’s leadership.
  • Prepares written reports for the attention or signature of Department Leadership on assigned issues. Engages in research appropriate to the issues at hand.
  • Conducts leadership of the Department’s Security Operations Center as a Service (SOCaaS) offering, which provides government-wide SOC shared services in support of the President’s Management Agenda Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goals.
  • Plans, develops, and coordinates agency-level information security programs and strategies. Formulates IT initiatives in response to critical IT security issues. Plans and coordinates agency adherence to Federal IT security defense strategies.
  • Serves as the primary agency adviser on various programs and events such as the loss of data or a cyber-attack.
  • Advises on the appropriate methods and techniques to use in order to achieve program goals and objectives.
  • Supports the goals and objectives of the DOJ CIO and CISO as they relate to cybersecurity and incident detention and response.
  • Primarily responsible for the direction and management of large-scale operations to efficiently achieve specified goals and objectives.”

Read the full job description here.

G2X TAKE: Those who support the Justice Department may want to influence who applies for this SES role that leads this Center that serves as the Department’s primary and central defense against cyber-attacks and espionage threatening DOJ networks. 

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