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Senior Security, CISCO ISE Engineer

Job Responsibilities

Your specific duties as aSenior Security Engineerwill include:

  • Solution Delivery - Post-Sales engineering to deliver proposed solutions for large complex projects and drive security delivery initiatives.
  • Be a true trusted adviser with the ability to research and recommend new/advanced security technologies and solutions.
  • Perform both Security Assessment services and architect/design product configurations based on the customer requirements.
  • Deliver proposed solutions and mentor junior engineers

Job Requirements

Specific qualifications for theSenior Security Engineerposition include:

  • Must be a US Citizen with anability to obtain a clearance, active TS clearance is a plus.
  • Minimum 5 years of hands-on consulting service experience focused onCisco ISE deployments.
  • Strong background in Cisco route/switch (Catalyst and Nexus) design and implementation
  • Post-sales experience in the Federal government sector is highly desired
  • Strong knowledge of overall security industry trends and customer security compliance requirements.
  • Cisco Certifications:CCIE,CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNP and/or other relevant security certification is highly desired.
  • In addition to the ISE expertise, preferredprogressive experience in one or more of the following security solutions such as(multiple is preferred):
    • Firewall (ASA, Palo Altois a plus),VPN/DMVPN, 802. 1X, IDS/IPS, Web & EmailSecurity (ESA/WSA), Firepower,SourceFire
  • Fundamental or conceptual understanding of Cisco data center and wireless technologies, VMware virtualization is a plus.
  • Experience withStealthWatchbyLancopeis a plus.
  • Experience with Tenable isa plus.
  • Experience with F5 is a plus.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills and ability to interact with clients of all levels
  • Must be able to effectively perform both independently and collaboratively as a strong team contributor.
  • Travel up 25% out of state based on business needs. 70% local DC Metro Travel..


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