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Information Security Officer (ISO)

Amida Technology Solutions is a DC-based technology company focused on solutions for data interoperability, data utility, and data security. We create open-source solutions that collect, reconcile, transform, and standardize data for business intelligence, predictive analytics, decision support, and user transactions. We specialize in taking data from inception to impact.

Our team is comprised of creative, forward thinkers who are passionate about using cutting-edge technology to make a difference in people’s lives and have a positive impact on our country. We offer an entrepreneurial, high-growth environment that values fresh ideas, candid conversations, and authentic teamwork.

Amida is currently looking for a Information Security Officer to join our team in Washington, DC. Responsible for ensuring and maintaining Amida's security posture as well as establishing policies and procedures pursuant to that goal. Also responsible for evaluating Amida’s security practices and enacting any changes needed to achieve compliance with ISO 27001, HITRUST, and NIST 800-171.

Main Job Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain company-wide programs, policies, and procedures for compliance with ISO 27001, HITRUST, and CMMC
  • Evaluate adequacy of existing policies and procedures
  • Plan, conduct and monitor security procedures and audits
  • Develop data security strategies t enhance our security posture
  • Oversee training in security awareness and compliance
  • Maintain and submit budget for security solutions needed for compliance
  • Monitor for threats and vulnerabilities and conduct periodic vulnerability audits


 

Education and Experience

  • Bachelors degree
  • Relevant certifications suchs as CISSP, CISM, and CEH
  • Knowledge of tools, concepts and methodologies of regulatory practices involving CMMC and NIST 800-171
  • Solid experience in effective usage of data analysis tools and statistical analysis
  • Knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements


 

Key Competencies

  • Attention to detail
  • Organized, efficient and able to work unsupervised under your own initiative
  • Communication skills - verbal and written
  • Planning and organizing
  • Sound judgment
  • Decision-making skills
  • Effective interaction with stakeholders

 

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