DevSecOps SME I, Cloud Computing Technologies Agile Development Labor Rate is an expert at implementing enterprise-wide security infrastructures, including practical understanding of threat modeling, risk assessment techniques, code reviews, organizational security best practices, and the latest cybersecurity threats. Capable of designing security for applications/product to protect them from DDoS attacks and malware. Improve operating systems, firewalls, firmware, and other anti-virus software and keep them up-to-date. Knowledgeable about basic procedures of reverse engineering in implementing security architectures. Capable of identifying and communicating remediation procedures in cybersecurity events. Have clear understanding of network protocols and packet analysis tools and keep abreast of new technological trends in security enhancement. DevSecOps SME I have good knowledge of Application and Information security concepts such as attack and exploitation techniques. Possess strong experience with Application security tools and application vulnerabilities such as Burp, CheckMark, kali, AppScan, Tenable, etc. Proficient in automation and deployment of CI/CD tools and services such as Jenkins, GitLab CI/CD, CircleCI, Puppet, Maven, Chef, Spinnaker, etc. Up-to-speed with Docker and Kubernetes along with cloud hosting providers, like AWS and/or Azure. May have 2-5 years of experience in this field. Possess a degree in one of more of the following: Mathematics, Cybersecurity, Computer Science, Engineering, etc.; and/or obtain an industry standard certification offered by Microsoft, CompTia, GIAC, Certified Ethical Hacker, etc. Possess a strong knowledge of programming languages such as Python, Java, Ruby, Perl, etc. works under the direction, supervision and guidance of the Senior DevSecOps SME.
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