As a McAfee HBSS Endpoint Security Engineer, Lead, you’ll build, configure, administer, and maintain McAfee Host Based Security Solution (HBSS) and Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS) in an engineering and development environment. Analyze and tune Host-Based Security System (HBSS) policies for assets during integration test events. Install, configure, and maintain HBSS servers and dependent systems. Perform verification and troubleshooting across all HBSS modules. Install, configure, and maintain the ACAS Security Center (SC) and ACAS scanners. Perform troubleshooting, analysis policy, and perform IPS signature review for Application Providers (AP) and DoD Program of Records (PoR). Install, configure, and maintain multiple HBSS servers and dependent systems.
Qualifications 5+ years of experience with network or systems engineering or system administration2+ years of experience with endpoint security solutionsExperience with HBSS ePO server administration and maintenanceExperience with standard HBSS modules, including McAfee Agent (MA), Host Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Policy Auditor (PA), VirusScan Enterprise (VSE), Rogue System Detection (RSD), Asset Baseline Monitor (ABM), and Asset Configuration Compliance Module (ACCM)Experience with analyzing policies for HIPS firewall, HIPS application whitelisting, HIPS intrusion prevention exclusions, DLP exclusions, and VSE exclusionsSecret clearanceHS diploma or equivalent
Preferred Qualifications Experience with HBSS HIPS signature review and verification of signature and exceptionsExperience with ACAS SC and ACAS Nessus scanner administration and maintenanceExperience with troubleshooting ACAS SC to ACAS scanner synchronizationExperience with system administrationKnowledge of configuring primary operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, UNIX, or LinuxImplementation Guides (STIGs), checklists, and Security Requirements Guides (SRG)Bachelor's degreeCompletion of a DoD 201 HBSS Administrator Course or DoD 301 HBSS Advanced Administrator CourseCompletion of a DoD 501 HBSS Analyst Course
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