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Assistant NCCIC Duty Officer (ANDO)

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Assistant NCCIC Duty Officer (ANDO)  

The ANDO is responsible for reviewing, researching, vetting and documenting all NCCIC reporting related to cyber events/incidents it is responsible for fusing all-source data and information to provide a common operational picture of the cyber threat. 

Job Responsibilities: 

 

Assist in the coordination with other U.S. government agencies and departments; state and local governments; critical infrastructure owners and operators; private sector; and international governments. 

Review incidents, triage incidents, prioritize incidents, assign incidents, track incidents, document incidents, and when possible manage incidents and the results 

Provide support to a 24 X 7 X 365 days per year (inclusive of holidays) watch capability  

Provide operations watch standing support in response to cyber related events and incidents 

Correlate, map, and fuse any and all incident information for the development and distribution of cyber reports and notices, or other products as required 

Manage information, requests, that may be considered out of the scope of the operations watch and route appropriately 

Coordinate, communicate, share information, and work closely with CS&C and NCCIC components 

Assist with developing and maintaining Standard Operating Procedures 

Support the development of performance metrics as required 

Fuse all-source intelligence information with NCCIC analytic data 

Develop awareness products and briefs for DHS/NPPD/CS&C leadership 

Develop and disseminate reports in response to on-going cyber incidents and events 

Correlate intrusion patterns across the federal government 

Monitor world events—maintain a current knowledge-base of global events that could become the basis of attacks to include new laws or natural incidents that effect CIKR 

Participate in inter-agency sponsored community of interest analysis groups 

Conduct and participate in technical briefings and exchanges 

Coordinate, communicate, share information, and work closely with CS&C and NCCIC components 

Complete the NCCIC NDO Position Qualification Standard3 (PQS) within 90 days of assignment as ANDO to the NCCIC Watch. The PQS will be provided post award. 

Compete tasking as assigned by the NCCIC senior leadership (DIR, PDD Ops, DD CTDA), Chief of Operations, and NDO. Provide information between Communication-Information Sharing Analysis Center (COMM-ISAC) and Federal partners; 

Assist with coordinating inputs and drafting/editing/reviewing NCCIC daily reports and situational reports as required. 

The Contractor shall support data fusion from various data inputs and sources, including reported intrusions, network status from CTDA analysis, open source, and law enforcement and intelligence inputs to look for trends  across critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR). 

Participate in inter-agency sponsored community of interest analysis groups, conduct and participate in technical briefings and exchanges 

 

General Education and Experience Requirements 

Should have at least 5 years of experience and a Bachelor’s degree. 

 

 

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