DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES | You will assist with advisory consulting engagements for organizations seeking to improve their security posture. You will gather data through security tools and interviews, perform vulnerability analyses, and prepare reports. Creative problem solving through technology should be a passion of yours. You will participate in penetration testing and social engineering exercises, and write policy and procedure documents for our clients.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE | You’ll need a solid technical background in systems and networking support, including Windows and UNIX. At least two years of progressive experience as a network or systems engineer are required, including duties focused on network or systems security. A major plus would be experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Conducting and evaluating vulnerability scans using tools such as Foundstone, Qualys, or Nessus
- Planning and executing the integration of network security products such as firewalls, IDS/IPS, antivirus, and data loss prevention
- Monitoring of system or network logs, firewall logs, IDS alerts, or other security monitoring data
Your desire to learn and grow has led you to attain security certifications such as CEH, Security+, GIAC certifications (e.g., GSEC, GCIA, GCIH), or CISSP.
Experience with evaluating systems against compliance standards including FISMA, HIPAA and ISO 27001 will be a major plus.
WORK ENVIRONMENT | Approximately 50% of your time will be spent working from the office, 40% of your time will be spent working at client locations and 10% of your time will be spent working from your home office.
SCHEDULE/HOURS | Full time salary at 40 hours per week
SALARY | Commensurate with experience
BENEFITS/PERKS | Comprehensive health plan, Simple IRA with matching contributions, long-term and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, use of a 15” MacBook Pro, along with three weeks PTO per year.