A large Federal healthcare agency is implementing a risk-based approach to cybersecurity that creates unity of effort across 20+ cybersecurity projects that are currently separate. One of the key challenges is defining an effective cybersecurity approach that works enterprise-wide, implementing multiple new cybersecurity tools, and driving the adoption of best practices, and data-driven processes across the stakeholder groups. The overall approach must continue to support the organization even as it adopts new technologies – like Cloud, High Performance Computing, and Machine Learning – to support its healthcare research mission.
The Instructional Designer will use a consultative approach to support all areas of the cybersecurity effort, and will play a key role in the day-to-day functions within the program management office. Specific areas include developing and leading routine data calls, data consolidation, use of dashboards to create reports, data analysis, critical milestone patch tracking, communication and follow up, escalation, data pulls, and meeting facilitation/reporting. This person will play a critical role in improving the communication between the program efforts and the stakeholder community.
Proofread, format, and edit documents, reports, and executive communicaitons