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Security Response Engineer

at Artemis Internet in San Francisco, CA   —   Jul 14, 2014   |  
Overview
As a Security Response Engineer you manage the center of the action – directly interfacing with customers, controlling a state-of-the-art vulnerability assessment system, working with industry-lauded penetration test and security teams, product management, and development engineering. You are comfortable working with network and web application scanners, malware detection, firewalls, and vulnerability remediation. You understand complex network topologies, and enjoy connecting and helping customers to solve discovered weaknesses before hackers do. You look forward to deepening your security chops while offering continuous product improvements for next generation releases.
Responsibilities
Work with security vendor technologies that provide detective and preventive capabilities.
Verify raw scan testing results and develop methodologies for system-learning.
Train entry-level security technicians to handle front-line verification efforts.
Work directly with customers on troublesome vulnerability issues.
Experience
2-3 years experience in Information Security
Skills
Competency in Shell, Ruby, Perl or Python for automation is desired.
Solid understanding of web services architecture and commonly employed technologies
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Expertise in information security theory and practice, with specialization in at least one of:
Network security
Web application security
Cryptography
Education
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science / Engineering or equivalent experience
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