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Become A Security Specialist

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Working As A Security Specialist

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Analyzing Data or Information
  • Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • $107,610

    Average Salary

What Does A Security Specialist Do At The Boeing Company

* Identifies deficiencies, develops and implements corrective actions.
* Communicates results to security management and customers.
* Supports and conducts Government Security Investigations on personnel, processes and situations in accordance with established operating procedures to determine level and scope of non-compliance with government and company regulations/requirements.
* Conducts Communication Security (COMSEC) duties and responsibilities (including inventory, distribution and destruction), in compliance with government regulations/requirements.
* Protects government, intellectual, third party and company information from unauthorized disclosures.
* Supports the implementation of an Operational Security program, standard operating procedures, and physical controls to ensure compliance with government and company regulations/requirements on large and/or complex programs.
* Performs Personnel Security tasks and/or processes to assist in obtaining individual security clearances/accesses for complex customer requirements.
* Participates and supports a security awareness training and education program to educate, refresh, and motivate personnel to protect people, property and information.
* Performs Physical Security duties and responsibilities within Boeing facilities to ensure compliance with company and government regulations/requirements.
* Supports Sub
* Contractor Management to ensure compliance with government regulations/requirements.
* Participates, as requested, on enterprise Integrated Product Team (IPT).
* Performs program security administrative tasks like filing, updating/maintaining logs, document control, and accountability.
* Strong written communication skills and strong verbal communication skills with the ability to provide briefings to all levels of staff.
* Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems.
* We are engineers and technicians.
* Skilled scientists and thinkers.
* Bold innovators and dreamers.
* Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.
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What Does A Security Specialist Do At Tesoro

* Provides security expertise for administration security functions, including loss of company property, antiviolence, facilities access management, executive security and compliance with all security regulations.
* Implements policies, standards, guidelines and procedures engaging business unit management to ensure concerns are adequately addressed.
* Supports security conditions (using national threat advisory system) and specific protective measures based on threat level.
* Participates in emergency management and contingency planning.
* Participates in physical security risk assessment of facility to identify vulnerabilities such as, but not limited to, construction and physical layout of facility, geographical location.
* Examines areas of exposure and analyzes logs incident data.
* Interviews site stakeholders for critical insights and information about situations and procedures.
* Determines likelihood of threat and recommends appropriate countermeasures to reduce risk.
* Conducts effective physical and personal security awareness, training and

What Does A Security Specialist Do At Raytheon

* compiling and submitting security deliverables; assisting in presentation preparation for program status and reviews (internal and external); submitting program access requests; maintaining billet plans; assisting with updating and administering indoctrinations, refresher briefings and debriefings.
* Be able to update/write Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Addendums; OPSEC implementation; navigating security requirements across multiple security domains; participating in security inspections, to include being able to compare procedures with actual operations, document findings, recommend corrective action, and re-evaluate the implementation of corrective actions; investigating and reporting security infractions/violations and following through until closed.
* Will be required to work with the facility host to develop, manage, and maintain the facility security administration and management policies and procedures related but not limited to the following; JAFAN 6/9, ICD 705 related to the physical security and construction requirements for SAPFs by submitting pre-construction and accreditation packages to include Fixed Facility Checklists (FFCs).
* Draft contract startup and closure documents, while working with Program Management and Security team to monitor associated process.
* Work with and coordinate with a program security lead; work closely with host security when coordinating meetings in the rooms with co-uses in place.
* U.S.
* Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U
* S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.
* This position and any subsequent offers made are contingent upon SAP/SAR

What Does A Security Specialist Do At Caci International

* Responsibility over PeopleSoft, OIAM, OBIEE, GRC security solution development, deployment/cutover, and implementation - covering all security aspects of the Enterprise implementation lifecycle.
* Assess PeopleSoft, OIAM, OBIEE, GRC and Audit Vault security requirements and provide recommendations for the program.
* Build the application security architecture as designed.
* Build appropriate roles, permission lists and row level security for all functional areas within each environment.
* Work with project work streams to build, implement and maintain security structures for the IPPS
* A PeopleSoft, OIAM, OBIEE, and GRC applications.
* Routinely audit security in all IPPS
* A environments, ensuring that all users are appropriately provisioned for their work function.
* Support the troubleshooting of security issues for IPPS
* A applications.
* Support Agile SCRUM teams during design and development.
* Participate in Functional and Technical requirement gathering.
* Support Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) documentation.
* Maintain and migrate security across multiple databases in support of database refresh activities.
* Analyze and resolve security and access problems in the IPPS
* A environments.
* Write and maintain documentation related to security design, implementation and best practices.
* Interprets requirements, performs highly complex analyses and presents options and recommendations to obtain desired results.
* Support Requirements Management Framework (RMF) processes to include; NIST, FIAR, and FISCAM control set analysis and updates.
* Conduct collaboration meetings with functional and technical staff and stakeholders
* Support authentication and authorization interfaces with DoD systems; to include using PKI, CAC and multi-factor authentication.
* Support mobile device design and implementation
* Demonstrate leadership in the areas of planning, coordination and meeting customer expectations
* Ensure all tasks and milestones associated with security design, configuration and testing are completed according to project management guidelines.
* Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple, dynamic priorities.
* Effective communication skills and demonstrated experience working in a team-oriented environment

What Does A Security Specialist Do At Johnson Controls

* Assists experienced personnel with solutions to systems problems, either troubleshooting the system or advising others on how to resolve problems.
* Requires understanding of core and third party fire / security products, software and systems / electrical technology.
* Assists in performing required commissioning documentation.
* Provide accurate information for as-builts documentation.
* Adheres to safety standards and local and national codes, with a high degree of regard to employee and subcontractor safety.
* Maintains appropriate local and National Fire / Security Industry Certifications.
* Communicates with customer upon arrival and before leaving the work site.
* Continuous proactive customer interactions including an in-depth understanding of customer(s) needs wants and systems currently in place.
* Assists in monitoring project execution per plan.
* Reports problems or changes to supervisor or management.
* Completes paperwork and on site documentation as required.
* Performs self-study (reading, research, and practice) to obtain technical proficiency on required products and application.
* Performs other duties as assigned
* High school diploma plus one year experience in installing fire or security systems is required.
* Electronics certification from an accredited technical school / military electronics training desired.
* Demonstrated effective interpersonal skills to represent the company to customers and other outside contacts.
* Basic computer skills required.
* Attention to detail.
* Able to explain technical information to non-technical people

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How To Become A Security Specialist

Most information security analyst positions require a bachelor’s degree in a computer-related field. Employers usually prefer analysts to have experience in a related occupation.

Education

Information security analysts usually need at least a bachelor’s degree in computer science, programming, or a related field. As information security continues to develop as a career field, many schools are responding with information security programs for prospective job seekers. These programs may become a common path for entry into the occupation. Currently, a well-rounded computer education is preferred.

Employers of information security analysts sometimes prefer applicants who have a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) in information systems. Programs offering the MBA in information systems generally require 2 years of study beyond the undergraduate level and include both business and computer-related courses.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Information security analysts generally need to have previous experience in a related occupation. Many analysts have experience in an information technology department, often as a network or systems administrator. Some employers look for people who have already worked in fields related to the one in which they are hiring. For example, if the job opening is in database security, they may look for a database administrator. If they are hiring in systems security, a computer systems analyst may be an ideal candidate.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

There are a number of information security certifications available, and many employers prefer job candidates to have one. Certification validates the knowledge and best practices required from information security analysts. Some are general information security certificates, such as the Certified Information Systems Security Professional, and others have a narrow focus, such as penetration testing or systems auditing.

Advancement

Information security analysts can advance to become chief security officers or another type of computer and information systems manager.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Information security analysts must carefully study computer systems and networks and assess risks to determine how security policies and protocols can be improved.

Detail oriented. Because cyberattacks can be difficult to detect, information security analysts pay careful attention to their computer systems and watch for minor changes in performance.

Ingenuity. Information security analysts anticipate information security risks and implement new ways to protect their organizations’ computer systems and networks.

Problem-solving skills. Information security analysts respond to security alerts and uncover and fix flaws in computer systems and networks.

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Real Security Specialist Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Info Security Specialist Inovant LLC Foster City, CA Sep 23, 2015 $150,800 -
$170,000
Application Security Specialist NYSE Market, Inc. New York, NY Jul 03, 2012 $135,000
Director, Security Specialist/Cybercrime UBS AG Stamford, CT May 04, 2016 $131,000 -
$158,000
Director, Security Specialist/Cybercrime UBS Services LLC Stamford, CT Jan 04, 2016 $130,500 -
$163,000
Info Security Specialist Inovant, LLC Foster City, CA Sep 01, 2014 $125,146 -
$168,300
Application/Data Security Specialist Synerzy Software Solutions Inc. Iselin, NJ Mar 30, 2016 $125,000
Application Security Specialist Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Services Inc. Chicago, IL Apr 21, 2016 $124,900
Application Security Specialist Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Services Inc. Chicago, IL Apr 21, 2016 $120,500
Application Security Specialist A Aspect Security Inc. Columbia, MD Dec 21, 2015 $120,203
SAP Security Specialist Edison Mission Energy Santa Ana, CA Oct 20, 2014 $115,523 -
$131,496

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Top Skills for A Security Specialist

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Top Security Specialist Skills

  1. Security Personnel
  2. Security Procedures
  3. Public Safety
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Conducted training for security personnel in safe/locksmith skills.
  • Authored and maintained information security procedures and processes for companies to enable application and network access to internal/external personnel.
  • Collaborated with residence life staff and university public safety to organize safety programming for residence halls.
  • Performed mobile patrols of the entire Walter Reed facility searching for any suspicious activity.
  • Qualified in training of planning and execution emergency plan in the event of a plane/terrorist/natural disaster attack or other emergency situations.

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