Salary $85,000 - $125,000 a year job type full-time
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Overview: as a security engineer, you will be responsible for defining and implementing creative techniques to protect paychex critical assets against the constantly changing threat landscapeThe role works closely with engineering teams to assess the threat landscape, design, build, and perform ethical hacking exercisesThey make decisions around the commercial/open source security testing tools that are added to our security testing process and use their knowledge of tools and techniques to expose common vulnerabilitiesThis role is also responsible for testing the overall security of web applications, servers, and critical infrastructure devices, including reviews to ensure compliance with internal policies and industry best practiceResponsibilities:
Manage identification, prioritization, and remediation guidance of security vulnerabilities & threats.
Assist in the evaluation and use of security technologies and tools, including, but not limited to technologies for network security, iam, ids/ips, waf, siem, dlp, vm, edr, etc.
Collaborate on the assessment of potential threats and risks to systems and technologies, driving remediation with internal and external partners.
Track security events and incidents from initial detection through final resolution.
Understanding of information security risks, threats, and controls.
Understanding of secure coding standards, best practices, and secdevops.
Understanding of cloud platforms and how to properly implement security best practices.
Understanding of technological trends and developments in technology.
Understanding of core it concepts and functions.
Collaborate on cross functional projects inside and outside of enterprise security to ensure that security concerns are addressed throughout the project life cycleEnsures security projects are delivered on time and on budget.
Manage approval, tracking and reporting any security exceptions as the need arises.
Bachelor`s degree in information security, software development, or another related technical discipline- preferred
3 years of experience in information security, cyber security.
Entry level cybersecurity certifications (security +, (isc)2 associate, gsec, ceh, etc.) - preferred
Colorado compensation: $85,000-125,000 along with restricted stock unitsBenefits offered to employees include: medical, dental, vision, paid family leave, life insurance, 401(k) retirement, employee stock purchase plan, holidays, vacation and sick daysYou will also have access to tuition reimbursement and our award winning and best in class employee well-being and training programs.
Posted 9 days ago