Job Description :
Job Title: Network Security Engineer.
Location: San Jose, CA.
Duration: Permanent.

Will work with the Senior Director of Security Operations in maintaining the security and privacy by design posture across the enterprise. S/he will liaise with Operations, Legal, Finance, Engineering, Sales, Products, Sales and Support to build and maintain security and privacy controls.

Key Responsibilities:
Work across functional teams to implement security and privacy policies, processes and controls.
Implement security tools including tools for vulnerability scanning, patch management, SEIM, and GRC.
Develop /enhance policies and build security awareness training or other communications mechanism.
Respond to customer questions about security and privacy of information.
Perform vendor security and privacy assessments before on boarding and on an ongoing basis.
Prepare for and deal with SOC 2, PCI, SOX, GDPR and other auditors /external consultants.
Perform audits and penetration testing to identify and remediate risks.

Will get alerts on suspicious activities and will react to those alerts
They will be the ones setting up the alerts
Setting up configuration standards
Implementing tools or reconfiguring existing tools
Assessing infrastructure and coming up with solutions
Partnering with Operations
Small team, but able to get hands dirty and see big picture
Can be light on compliance side – need to be more technical

Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelors in Information Systems, Engineering, Business or related field or equivalent work experience.
Security certifications such as CISA, CISSP, CISM, CEH.
4 - 7 years security assessments and /or security operations work.
Hands on security tools implementation experience is a must.
Strong understanding of regulations and best practices including ISO 27001, SOC2, PCI, NIST, FedRAMP, and global privacy regulations.
Experience working with cross functional teams.

Soft Skills:
Smart, independent (Manager gives a lot of independence when trust is built), not afraid to tell her they have a problem or don’t understand something