Under the guidance of the Architect of IT Security, the IT Security Engineer is responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining a cycle of continuous improvement of the core infrastructure and platform protection systems and services.
Must be able to perform hands-on tier-3 support for a wide range of security technologies.
Respond to timely security event notifications from the security operations center according to SLA.
Must be able to provide Information Security related guidance and recommendations to internal stakeholders.
Work closely with various internal stakeholders to review, recommend and engineer security technologies in line with corporate information security program.
Collaborate with Corporate and Operating Company Information Security teams to drive Information Security projects.
Participate in vulnerability assessments and penetration testing activities.
Develop detailed designs for implementation of key security infrastructure upgrades and platform recommendations.
Define implementation and testing procedures.
Provide inputs for formulating security architecture recommendations and design of security services.
Ensure adherence to best practices in accordance with information security best practices, industry standards, and corporate policies and procedures.
Participate in User Awareness initiatives.
Lead large, complex projects and manage resources effectively.
Participate in various projects as required.
Develop and maintain appropriate Information Security technical documentation as well as providing reviews and updates of existing policies and procedures.
Identify opportunities and recommend solutions for improving service, efficiency and effectiveness.
Perform Information Security analysis and provide metrics and reporting as required.
Provide timely updates to Management regarding projects currently taking place.
Stay up-to-date with latest techniques and technology.
Ensures compliance with all audit requirements including change control procedures and data security.
Provide 24x7 support as appropriate.
5 years of demonstrated experience as an information security engineer.
Working knowledge of various privacy, risk, security standards and practices.
Experience in working with server & endpoint security platform (AV, encryption, HIPS, etc.), firewalls, intrusion prevention, enterprise security event log management, two factor authentication, OS/platform security standards, vulnerability management, data loss prevention and patch management.
Experience working in a security operations center; investigating, responding and/or triaging security events.
A proven track record in identifying, selecting and deploying common security tools and products.
Strong interest and knowledge of security technologies and trends.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects.
Progressive experience leading projects in size and complexity.
Experience working in collaborative, team-oriented environments with commitment to results and a proven track record of accomplishments.
CEH, GCIH/GCIA/GPEN, CISSP or other equivalent security certification desired.
Cisco, Microsoft, Linux and other vendor certifications a plus.
Experience with two or more of following vendor solutions a plus: Crowdstrike, McAfee (Web Gateway, DLP, ePO, NSM), Websense (Triton, DLP), Nexpose, Nessus, Metasploit, Carbon Black, Zscaler, Splunk
Experience with Unix/Linux systems is desired, demonstrated experience with Python and/or Perl considered a plus.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Information Systems, or the equivalent combination of education and training.
Up to 20% travel may be required.
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