DC Office: Cybersecurity Auditor

Details

  • Location: Washington DC
  • Application Deadline: May 14, 2021 
  • Job Type: Consultant

Summary

Eurasia Foundation is seeking a cybersecurity consultant to conduct a comprehensive information security audit for the organization.

Duties

  • Work with EF staff and vendors to analyze policies, processes, assets, and systems from an information security standpoint  
  • Produce a report on the threats and vulnerabilities, providing clear guidelines for security improvements and risk mitigation strategies
  • Assist EF staff with creating vulnerability remediation plans if needed

Qualifications

  • The chosen consultant must be a firm or an individual that has experience conducting information security audits
  • Individuals must have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years of demonstrated experience across information security and cyber risk domains
  • Experience using or analyzing results from vulnerability management tools  
  • Understanding of software as a service platforms, such as G-Suite and Microsoft 365, and Cloud Security Architecture 
  • Understanding of government-initiated cyber attacks 
  • Familiarity with the SAFETAG framework is a plus

Apply

The selection process is open and competitive, and participants will be selected based on the criteria outlined below. Clarity and suitability of the applicant’s approach, including: 

  • Past performance: relevance of the applicant’s expertise and experience, including in the non-profit sector, and strength of customer references; 
  • Technical Approach: audit plan, reports, and post-audit support; 
  • Cost: Total costs outlined, as well as a percentage breakdown of component tasks.

 

Please send a proposal or a cover letter and resume to jobs@eurasia.org with "Cyb-Consultant" in the subject line. 

No phone calls, please.

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