Microservices Security Engineer I, Cloud Computing Technologies Agile Development Labor Rate conducts security testing and code review to improve microservice security. Troubleshoot and debug issues that arise, identifies the services with the most sensitive information, and then apply a number of security layers to protect them. Implement different layers of security on different services to prevent attackers from successfully exploiting a particular microservice. Build defense mechanism to protect microservices. Ensures that user data can be obtained from the shared session storage, so as to ensure, all the services can read the same session data. Uses network to store session data and synchronizing data through the network. Uses token to record and identify user credentials, store tokens in the form of cookies. Encrypts tokens using an open standard method like Jason web format (also known as JWT) which defines token format. Secure services through token authentication. Uses entry points such as API gateway to all clients request and by so doing hides all microservices from exploiters. Provide engineering designs for new software solutions to help mitigate security vulnerabilities. Contribute to all levels of microservices architecture. Maintain technical documentation. Consult team members on secure coding practices. Troubleshoots network for breaches and leading investigations into how breaches happen. Reporting findings to management. Develop a familiarity with new tools and best practices. Solid knowledge of the browser security model, crypto, and network security. Develops and implement manual and automated web application security testing of e-commerce web applications to enforce security standards. Microservices Security Engineer I require a bachelor degree in Computer science, computer engineering or any other related field with 3-5 years working experience. Core skills required includes experience with microservice architecture. Knowledge of security systems. Familiarity with encryption and token technologies. Interest in all aspects of security research and development and proven work experience as a software security engineer.
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The implementation of CCT’s microservices security best practices shored up our risk. Nice job CCT!