The Supervisory Information Technology Specialist (Security) performs the following duties:
Supervise a highly technical IT security team critical to the protection of Bureau and Departmental information assets.
Responsible for the security of information and systems supporting Bureau assets including budget formulation and execution, security auditing, security awareness training, business security policy, and compliance reporting.
Oversee development of IT security policy within assigned Bureau that advances secure IT solutions and services residing on a reliable, secure, cost efficient and effective supporting infrastructure.
Responsible for reporting on the performance of the bureau-wide IT Security Program and the development of Bureau IT security policies and procedures.
Manage, regulate, assess, and report of Bureau IT security, and ongoing assessment for compliance with Department, Federal, and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) policies, directives, guidelines, and best practices.
Ensure Bureau information system confidentiality, integrity and availability, and the prevention and defense against unauthorized access to systems, networks, and data
Coordinate implementation of the Departmental IT Risk Management Framework, Assessment and Authorization
Provide oversight in the monitoring of all Bureau systems development and operations for IT security compliance.
Oversee systems security evaluations, audits, and reviews.