TEXAS JUVENILE JUSTICE DEPT Cybersecurity Analyst I - IT in AUSTIN, Texas
Performs complex (journey-level) information security analysis work. Work involves protecting cybersecurity assets and delivering cybersecurity incident detection, incident response, threat assessment, cyber intelligence, software security, and vulnerability assessment services. Works as a member of the agency Information Security Team to: (1) ensure that information created, acquired, or maintained by the agency is accessed and used only by authorized persons and in accordance with the appropriate intent; (2) protect such information and the agency s information infrastructure from external and internal threats, including unauthorized or accidental modification, destruction, or disclosure; and (3) assist with ensuring agency compliance with state and federal statutory and regulatory requirements regarding information access, security, reporting, and privacy. Contributes to the development of the information technology disaster recovery and business continuity plan in collaboration with departmental management. Works under general supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. May occasionally work in excess of 40 hours per week and travel. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor s degree. Five (5) years of full-time wage earning experience working in a network information support environment, two years of which must be in the area of information security. OR High School diploma or equivalent. Nine (9) years of full-time wage earning experience working in a network information support environment two years of which must be in the area of information security. Experience and Education Substitutions: One year of appropriate experience may be substituted for one year of college (30 course hours) on a year for year basis. Completed course hours of undergraduate study may be substituted for up to four years of experience on a basis of 30 course hours for one year of experience. Completed course hours of graduate study may be substituted for up to two years of experience on a basis of 12 graduate course hours for one year of experience. Experience requirements may be satisfied by the prorated part-time equivalent. Preferred Education and Experience: Bachelor s degree with major course work in a computer-related field, business, public administration, or political science. Bachelor s degree with major course work in business administration, information technology security, computer information systems, computer science, management information systems, or a related field. Information Security certifications: Comp TIA Security Plus, Certified Ethical Hacker, GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC) or Computer Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Familiarity with application design, directory services, databases, and operating systems. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with security monitoring hardware and software. Experience in business continuity and disaster recovery. Experience with Security Event Information Management (SEIM) software. Experience working for a governmental entity. Experience in report design/generation. Note: Any degree, diploma, high school equivalent, or course hours required to meet minimum qualifications must be obtained from an accredited educational institution. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (MOS) INFORMATION: Additional Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Code or Crosswalk information is available from the Texas State Auditor s Office at Information Technology.