“Serves as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and is responsible for the daily operation of the FCC’s Cybersecurity program and managing risk to information systems/services on behalf of the Authorizing Official (AO).
Establishes performance standards for and evaluates the work of subordinates. Assigns work and analyzes workload of the staff. Determines appropriateness of and initiates promotions, reassignments, and disciplinary actions and awards. Selects new employees. Determines organization structure and assigns duties to positions.
Manages and approves Accreditation Packages (e.g., ISO/IEC 15026-2).
Advises senior management (e.g., Chief Information Officer [CIO]) on risk levels and security posture.
Advises senior management (e.g., CIO) on cost/benefit analysis of information security programs, policies, processes, systems, and elements.
Advises appropriate senior leadership or Authorizing Official of changes affecting the organization's cybersecurity posture.
Ensures that security improvement actions are evaluated, validated, and implemented as required.
Ensures that cybersecurity inspections, tests, and reviews are coordinated for the network environment.”
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