We are looking for a Security Engineer to join an internal team of 8 specialists. The team facilitates 10+ DevOps teams who run critical system environments for medium and big clients, all high available and facing the challenges that come along with complex environments.
First and foremost, you are responsible for monitoring all environments, spotting for irregularities, threats, exposure etc. Furthermore, you are the main actor in the team handling incoming incidents, prioritize, evaluate and solve them, or provide support to the team of experts solving them.
Secondly you will be heavily involved in the security community, because you need to be aware of the latest threats out there. You keep an eye on upcoming threats and will know well the environment you keep secure. You make sure you know about possible exposure and threats before they actually occur. If you had this job in April 2017, you would have made sure EternalBlue had zero impact on our hundreds of windows systems, as the team at that time did.
Last but not least, about 20% of your time is invested working on your own and the team’s improvement projects: everything that can help the team to be more effective in keeping the company secure. You will make suggestions to handle new threats, initiate solutions when repetitive incidents happen and all together make sure there is a stronger and more secure monitoring in place.
We are looking for:
- At least 3-year experience within Security field in a security operation engineering role;
- Knee-deep involvement in the security community and up to date with the latest threats out there;
- Knowledge on systems, database, networking, cloud and the interconnectivity between them all – good conceptual knowledge on infrastructure as a whole;
- Incident driven mindset: self-starting, independent, setting priorities and pressure resistant;
- Knowledge on stuff like: OWASP, Different monitoring tools, SIEM technology, threat intel platforms, (reverse) coding, malware detection, etc.
The job brings huge diversity but even bigger responsibility. From the get-go, you will be ingesting the current monitoring system, its state and the interconnectivity with the different platforms. You decide what you think and how to adjust towards the future. You will have a lot of freedom in this role and specialists in different niches working alongside you to learn from and become an even more complete security engineer. Sounds good?