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Security Engineer and Architect
Ref No.: 18-31152
Location: Katy, Texas
Position Type:Contract
Start Date: 05/07/2018
 Security Engineer and Architect
Location – Katy, TX
Rate  - Open
JD for Security Engineer –
Job Summary –
  • Must possess significant experience in the design and implementation of security solutions. Needs experience in the management of firewalls, intrustion prevention systems, and proxies.
  • Experience with host and network DLP tools configuration and management. Experience with designing security controls for cloud environments, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS.
  • Possess industry certifications e.g. CISSP, CEH, CCNA, SANS GIAC, etc. Understand the PKI and HSMs.
  • Good understanding of network protocols and network traffic analysis. Experience with malware prevention tools, antivirus solution, etc.
  • Able to work with different teams on concurrent projects. Able to document project requirements, define KPIs and produce reports showing project progress. Able to communicate technical information to a non-technical audience.
Job Responsibilities –
  • Design and implement security controls to ensure the continued protection of the enterprise.
  • Serve as IT Security SME for business and IT projects and initiatives.
  • Support the vulnerability management program and remediation efforts.
  • Perform threat analysis and modeling to ensure controls in place continue to provide the needed coverage for the enterprise.
  • Support cloud initiatives by providing security recommendations and designing controls to protect IT assets in the public cloud. Support the PCI and SOX compliance assessments activities.
  • Perform application security reviews for web and mobile applications. Design and support Identity and Access Management solutions for the enterprise. Key resource in CSIRT activities.
Minimum Qualifications –
  • Bachelor's Degree in Science, Technology or computer.
  • Familiarity with Cisoc Firewalls, IPS, Proxy, FireEye, SEPM, FireMon, Rapid7, PKI, Symantec DLP, CSP/DCS, Qradar, Cybereason, Akamai WAF