Microservices Security Engineer III, Cloud Computing Technologies Small Business Labor Rate ensures the effectiveness and suitability of the security elements within software of the systems as an enabler to mission success. Understanding complex technical issues and managing them within a fast-paced business environment. Maintaining all the software and hardware that are relation to security. Documenting security certification. Identifying current and emerging technology issues including security trends, vulnerabilities and threats. Threat intelligence. Designing and implementing new security solutions to better protect the organization. Conducting proactive research to analyze security weaknesses and recommend appropriate strategies. Liaising with vendors to implement security solutions. Conduct hands on technical security awareness training for software architects and development groups. Recommend additional earlier or later lifecycle security activities where appropriate. Perform other security-related service delivery as utilization/load balancing may require/warrant. Triage security related questions and cases to drive effective resolution, collect operational metrics and drive efficiencies, maintain knowledge base. Stay abreast of emerging threats and security practices in the industry to advise the Organization on direction and influence roadmaps. Document security solutions and operational methods and procedures. Microservices Security Engineer III requires a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering computer science, mathematics or any other related specialty, with 9+ years of experience working in a related software security department. Core skills required includes; expertise across a variety of security products including firewalls, encrypted tokens, API information security and virus protection. Working familiarity with at least one other microservice language and a willingness to work in a polyglot development environment. Thorough understanding of REST and web technology. Experience with cloud technology (AWS preferred) and designing solutions that leverage its unique advantages. The commercial ability to provide cost-effective security solutions. Outstanding communication skills, the ability to translate complex IT matters to those without an IT background.
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