Information Assurance Engineer

Company Name:
BAE Systems
Entry level Engineer for Information Assurance (IA). IA engineer may perform system engineering tasks related to security requirements:
Requirements management utilizing DOORS
Systems certification, authorization, and accreditation activities in support of NSA Type-1, DoD Risk Management Framework, DoD Anti-Tamper, and NIST certification
Security architecture and design
Cryptographic architecture and design
Access control systems including multi-level security systems
Secure distribution systems
Anti-tamper system design and documentation
Analysis of system under failure conditions
Covert channel analysis
Required Skills and Education
Required education: Bachelor Degree
Preferred Skills and Education
Candidates should possess strong analytical and communication skills and have course work or intern / CO-OP experience in Information Assurance. Knowledge of VHDL and FPGA design, Digital Circuit design, software development is helpful.
About BAE Systems Electronic Systems
BAE Systems is a global defense, aerospace and security company with more than 80,000 employees worldwide, delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. Our Electronic Systems sector, headquartered in Nashua, N.H., has operations spanning commercial and defense electronics markets and offers a broad portfolio of mission critical electronic systems from flight and engine controls to electronic warfare and night vision systems, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors, secure networked communications equipment, and power and energy management systems. People are the greatest asset in any company. BAE Systems is committed to a high performance culture and provides an environment where the work we do matters and where people are challenged to reach their full potential. Equal Opportunity Employer. Females. Minorities. Veterans. Disabled
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BAE_BAE SYSTEMS Info&Elec Sys Intg
Information Assurance Engineer
Wayne, New Jersey

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