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I'm hiring for a senior level information security engineer focusing on defining application/systems best practice, performing penetration testing & assessment, consulting internally and acquiring/developing/implementing tools. Certification and education are a plus, but what I'm really looking for is a creative person with hard experience, who still wants to learn, who gets the big picture and who can motivate/mentor others to do the right thing. Title: Senior Information Security Engineer-100018 Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=100018 Description: Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for a Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE). The Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE) is responsible for architecture, design, and implementation tasks related to the deployment of the University information security program by: - Creating and evangelizing best practices, guidelines and standards for application and system level data protection related to the development, acquisition and implementation of services, as well as secure coding techniques - Performing attack and penetration tests, security assessments and audits of both new and existing systems and services against policies, best practices and procedures - Providing technical consulting advice across the division and campus to ensure that security is factored into the evaluation, selection and configuration of hardware, applications and software - Evaluating, building, implementing and/or supporting tools to enable security through automation, integration and aggregation while working with those operationally responsible for these tools and systems - Maintaining awareness of emerging security technologies, trends and threats while making recommendations for use based on business value and driving changes needed for proper response - Participating on the incident response team ensuring that incidents and actions for remediation are addressed and communicated in a timely fashion - Having the ability to work on projects with minimal guidance from managers and assuming responsibility for the success of those projects - Leading projects within the Information Security Office and providing direction & training to lower level staff - Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence. Ted Pham Information Security Office Carnegie Mellon University

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I'm hiring for a senior level information security engineer focusing on defining application/systems best practice, performing penetration testing & assessment, consulting internally and acquiring/developing/implementing tools. Certification and education are a plus, but what I'm really looking for is a creative person with hard experience, who still wants to learn, who gets the big picture and who can motivate/mentor others to do the right thing. Title: Senior Information Security Engineer-100018 Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=100018 Description: Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for a Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE). The Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE) is responsible for architecture, design, and implementation tasks related to the deployment of the University information security program by: - Creating and evangelizing best practices, guidelines and standards for application and system level data protection related to the development, acquisition and implementation of services, as well as secure coding techniques - Performing attack and penetration tests, security assessments and audits of both new and existing systems and services against policies, best practices and procedures - Providing technical consulting advice across the division and campus to ensure that security is factored into the evaluation, selection and configuration of hardware, applications and software - Evaluating, building, implementing and/or supporting tools to enable security through automation, integration and aggregation while working with those operationally responsible for these tools and systems - Maintaining awareness of emerging security technologies, trends and threats while making recommendations for use based on business value and driving changes needed for proper response - Participating on the incident response team ensuring that incidents and actions for remediation are addressed and communicated in a timely fashion - Having the ability to work on projects with minimal guidance from managers and assuming responsibility for the success of those projects - Leading projects within the Information Security Office and providing direction & training to lower level staff - Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence. Ted Pham Information Security Office Carnegie Mellon University
I'm hiring for a senior level information security engineer focusing on defining application/systems best practice, performing penetration testing & assessment, consulting internally and acquiring/developing/implementing tools. Certification and education are a plus, but what I'm really looking for is a creative person with hard experience, who still wants to learn, who gets the big picture and who can motivate/mentor others to do the right thing. Title: Senior Information Security Engineer-100018 Qualifications & Apply: https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=100018 Description: Carnegie Mellon University's Information Security Office has an immediate need for a Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE). The Senior Information Security Engineer (SISE) is responsible for architecture, design, and implementation tasks related to the deployment of the University information security program by: - Creating and evangelizing best practices, guidelines and standards for application and system level data protection related to the development, acquisition and implementation of services, as well as secure coding techniques - Performing attack and penetration tests, security assessments and audits of both new and existing systems and services against policies, best practices and procedures - Providing technical consulting advice across the division and campus to ensure that security is factored into the evaluation, selection and configuration of hardware, applications and software - Evaluating, building, implementing and/or supporting tools to enable security through automation, integration and aggregation while working with those operationally responsible for these tools and systems - Maintaining awareness of emerging security technologies, trends and threats while making recommendations for use based on business value and driving changes needed for proper response - Participating on the incident response team ensuring that incidents and actions for remediation are addressed and communicated in a timely fashion - Having the ability to work on projects with minimal guidance from managers and assuming responsibility for the success of those projects - Leading projects within the Information Security Office and providing direction & training to lower level staff - Participating in 24x7 on call rotations for intrusion monitoring, incident response and infrastructure maintenance which may necessitate coming to campus at off-hours Carnegie Mellon embraces diversity as a core value - central and indivisible from the pursuit of intellectual and artistic excellence. Ted Pham Information Security Office Carnegie Mellon University