Jessica Claire
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Career Overview

Cleared for Top Secret Information and granted access to Sensitive Compartmented Information based on a single scope background investigation by OPM with current CI poly. 22 Years of results-driven SIGINT, Cyber Intelligence, and Information Assurance experience.

Work Experience
Senior Specialist, Cyber Intelligence, 04/2016 to Current
L3harrisFort Wayne, IN,

Lead Information System Security Officer (ISSO), COMSEC KMI CPSO and SAP Information System Security Manager in a facility with over 400 Defense Counter-Intelligence Security Agency (DCSA) and Risk Management Framework (RMF) accredited information systems (IS) and networks. Ensures implementation of security measures, in accordance with facility procedures, NISPOM and Risk Management Framework.

Leads a team of 4 ISSO's to prepare and oversee accreditation of all systems. Identifies and documents any unique threats. Prepares, maintains, and implements system security plans that accurately reflects installation and security provisions. Maintains an accurate inventory of equipment and media. Ensures that unauthorized personnel are not granted use of, or access to, information systems. Conducts ongoing security reviews and tests of information systems to periodically verify that security features and operating controls are functional and effective.

  • Experienced with system and network accreditation process utilizing RMF, JSIG, JFAN 6/3, NISPOM, and NIST 800-53
  • Configuration, testing and weekly auditing of information systems in accordance with DCSA baseline
  • Analyze and evaluate hardware and software for DISA and Air Force Intelligence Community (AF IC) approval prior to SCIF entry and installation on classified information systems
  • Submits approval requests for software not currently on AF IC Approved Products List (APL)
  • Contributed to organization's Superior ranking during recent DCSA audit
  • Performs random security inspections/IA checks for 25 labs with 400 systems across 2 SCIFS to assess compliance facility SOP's and industry policies/guidelines
  • Responsible for account management, user briefings, auditing, inventory control, data transfers, technical hardware sanitization, system configuration, tamper seals and finalization of optical media
  • Coordinates destruction of all data bearing devices (DBD's) in accordance with DOD 5105.21, 5220.22, and 5200.01
  • Facilitated SCIF's receipt of required ATO during January 2018 Air Force Security Control Assessor's audit
  • Secure system configuration (DISA STIGs, DCSA Baseline Security Standards)
  • Automated system hardening and compliance assessment tools (SCAP)
  • Configuration, assessment, and continuous monitoring for networked and stand-alone systems
  • Active Directory, desktop, and network administration for classified systems and networks
  • User training and authorization, account administration/access control, and user support
  • Incident response, incident investigation, spill cleanup
  • Audits COMSEC Key Management Infrastructure (KMI) system and ensures proper handling/transport of all logs to responsible agency
  • Maintains IS Intrusion Detection Software and performs regular scans and log reviews
  • Provides Data Transfer training to users processing information in SCIF environments to meet Two Person Integrity (TPI) guidelines
  • CompTIA Security+ce 5/2016 (re-certified 2020)
  • CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner+ce 9/2020
  • ISACA Certified Information Security Manager (CISM #2054265) 9/2020
  • AF IC Cyber 100 Course (ISSO/ISSM) 9/2016
Senior Chief Petty Officer Cryptologic Technician , 05/1999 to Current
Department Of DefenseAlton, IL,

Many duties associated with this position involves highly classified materials, equipment, and activities. Active Duty periods: June 1999 to September 2003 and July 2012 to July 2014. Reserve periods: January 2004 to June 2012 and August 2014 to present general duties included:

  • Manages Man, Train, and Equip (MT&E) for 452 Embedded Information Warfare Community Sailors across 7 states managing their security clearance, IO training, and unit assignment
  • Oversaw 7,000 operational hours and 2,126 days of mission support contributing to unit's selection as regional FY-17 Cyber Unit of the Year and 13 Sailor advancements
  • Oversaw 5 day technical refresh of 20 outdated Agency connected systems to thin clients coordinating with Sailors and civilians from 2 different entities allowing adoption of 3 new Agency missions.
  • Served on panel of 15 SME's to review 124 occupational standards associated with Information Warfare Training
    Center (IWTC) Entry Level Electronics Intelligence course recommending curriculum/course alignments improving
    fundamental training for future CTT's entering both Active and Reserve Component
  • Completed 68 active days at NIOC TX with Local Operational Support Officer, mission managers and command leadership to plan and incorporate Reservists to fill training and ops gaps for NIOC TX, C4F, and C10F
  • As Electronic Warfare Officer at Tactical Training Exercise Control Group on Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center led 2,211 hours of technical training to 18,321 Marines and Sailors in use of Counter Radio Electronic Warfare (CREW). Created and administered pre-deployment training to enable realistic electronic countermeasures training and managed $1.2 million dollars of training assets
Lead Financial Technician, 03/2008 to 04/2016
Veterans Affairs Medical Center ShreveportCity, STATE,

This position was located in the Business Office Non VA Care section. The Non VA Care Section is responsible for numerous functions which have tremendous impact on significant portions of medical center budget and other vital functions of operations. Responsibilities included:

  • Led a unit of 8 Program Support Assistants and 3 Claims Assistants providing guidance and technical direction for all aspects on Non-VA Care Coordination maintaining 90% or above timeliness and efficiency standard per reports from VISN 16 (HQ).
  • Responded to 18 short turnaround Action Items from Facility and VISN 16 Leadership pertaining to funding issues, authorization error and timeliness issues; as well as controlled correspondence and over 10 congressional inquiries.
  • Provided daily supervision to assigned staff and represented the program on morning leadership calls with Facility Directors.
  • Represented VAMC at VISN 16 Non- VA Care Coordination Leadership Rapid Process Improvement Workshop (RPIW) in Jackson, MS
  • Managed Non-VA Care Coordination budget of $27,621,818.00 dollars across 22 obligated funding control points for Non VA Care funds to include increases, decreases, and tracking amount spent.
  • Distributed and maintained balanced workloads among employees in accordance with established work flow and experience
  • Monitored status and progress of work for accuracy/completeness and makes adjustments in accordance with established priorities.
  • Amended/rejected work that does not meet established standards and discussed problems in meeting performance standards with Facility Directors.
Education and Training
Master of Science: Information Systems Security, Expected in 05/2014
Colorado Technical University - Colorado Springs, CO

Course content includes a solid core of project management curriculum plus courses in information systems security. This program is designed to provide the student with the information system security skills necessary to manage and protect the vital technology assets of today's organizations.

The Master of Science in Management with aconcentration in information Systems Security (MSM-ISS) degree program focus issecurity management to combat threats in today's environment through an understanding of security management, networksecurity principles, and certification and accreditation requirements. Degreeis accredited by the Project Management Institute's Global Accreditation Center(PMI-GAC). CTU is a recognized provider with theProject Management Institute (PMI™) Educational Provider Program (PMI R.E.P.)

BBA: Organizational Management, Expected in 2008
Wiley College - Marshall, TX

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a concentration in Organizational Management enables graduates to understand the concepts of management, supervision, marketing, planning, and resource management within the context of various organizational cultures. Member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

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School Attended

  • Colorado Technical University
  • Wiley College

Job Titles Held:

  • Senior Specialist, Cyber Intelligence
  • Senior Chief Petty Officer Cryptologic Technician
  • Lead Financial Technician


  • Master of Science
  • BBA

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