- Conducts planned and unplanned risk, vulnerability, and threat assessments to identify and mitigate intrusion risk. Evaluates security controls to determine whether they are appropriate and effectively mitigate risk to an acceptable level.
- Advises and represents the OD Chief Information Officer and the OD Chief information Technology Security Officer on the direction and management of the NIH IT Security Program and policy activities under the relevant statutory and Federal mandates.
- Maintains the security layer of the OD Enterprise Architecture and alignment with HHS and NIH security architectures, providing expert guidance and direction on business continuity, disaster recovery, contingency planning, and integration activities.
- Develops new approaches to resolve unyielding IT security problems for a wide range of programmatic areas requiring the incumbent to quickly acclimate to new situations and synthesize large amounts of information.
- Manages the information security incident program and plan. Ensures the capability to detect, investigate, respond to, and recover from information security incidents is available to minimize business impact.
- Oversees the assessment of proposed and newly enacted legislation and regulations and policies relating to Security Programs and IT security Strategic and Tactical Planning, providing expert advice on the impact on NIH programs and resources…”
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