Company Summary

Arlo Solutions (Arlo) is an information technology consulting services company that specializes in delivering technology solutions. Our reputation reflects the high quality of the talented Arlo Solutions team and the consultants working in partnership with our customers. Our mission is to understand and meet the needs of both our customers and consultants by delivering quality, value-added solutions. Our solutions are designed and managed to not only reduce costs, but to improve business processes, accelerate response time, improve services to end-users, and give our customers a competitive edge, now and into the future. 

Position Summary
Arlo is in search of an Insider Threat Policy Analyst in support of the OUSD I&S CL&S Support Division. The Insider Threat Policy Analyst is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining strategies, policies, and procedures to prevent, detect, and respond to insider threats within the organization. 
 
Work Location

Onsite in Arlington, VA 

Job Responsibilities
  • Provide assistance in establishing the DoD Enterprise Insider Threat (InT) Policy and Program and/or the development of Insider Threat Policies & Programs Office.
  • Collaborate with DoD Components, the Intelligence Community (IC), the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), and the National Insider Threat Task Force (NITTF) and on security and Insider Threat matters to further advance the DoD Counter InT mission.
  • Assist the OUSD(I&S) or a DoD Component in the management and oversight of the InT Program. Prepare approximately fifty-two staff packages, annually, brief policies and represent positions to a broad constituency in a wide variety of fora, and to facilitate working groups to draft formal policy, analyze alternatives, and/or achieve resolution of issues.
  • Provide oversight and guidance in creation of policy in arena of training for InT and develop a roadmap for training across the DoD. Review and establish best practices for the training of InT Program Staff and InT awareness training for the workforce across the DoD or a Component.
  • Develop and maintain security and InT performance measures, determining appropriate metrics, methodologies, tools, and procedures.
  • Identify issues, develop alternatives, provide recommendations, and implement decisions on an ongoing basis for critical program issues. Conduct annual special reviews, work sensitive projects, and recommend options to senior military and civilian leadership. Develop initiatives to improve the integration and execution of InT Programs and oversight of InT Programs Department-wide to include developing an InT implementation plan.
  • Analyze approximately twenty-four programs annually and provide input to development of long-range strategic plans and programming options for resolutions. Develop recommendations based upon in-depth analysis of issues, knowledge of DoD or IC information systems, and consideration of missions, budgetary constraints, technological advances, the political environment, and human resources.
  • Draft up to forty-eight policy, memoranda, guidance, white papers, or other professional documents per year for a diverse audience and develop procedures, strategy, and security-related documents Monitor and collect article inputs for the monthly or quarterly InT newsletter. Draft a newsletter regarding InT trends, issues, concerns, updates and actions for a Component or DoD’s Program.
  • Support the DoD Security and InT policy team and oversight processes on a continuous basis, including policy creation, development, editing, comment adjudication, and formal coordination. Evaluate, study, and streamline business processes annually connecting to other missions with similar and overlapping requirements, including the use of data, processes, and reporting. Support staff on all reporting requirements for the DoD InT Program Office. e.g., create, review, or edit documentation for DoD Annual Reports or for Congressional testimony; instruct DoD stakeholders on reporting in enterprise-wide tools and databases. Support the development and customization of Enterprise Assessment and Management tools.

Education and Minimum Qualifications

  • Must have an active Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility.
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with at least 5 years of insider threat/cybersecurity background and 5 years of demonstrated knowledge of insider threat policies and procedures.
  • Strong understanding of insider threat methodologies, attack vectors, and behavioral indicators.
  • Experience with insider threat detection tools, data loss prevention (DLP) solutions, and security information and event management (SIEM) systems.
  • Excellent analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills.
  • Ability to handle sensitive information with confidentiality and integrity.
 

 

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