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Sr. Security Engineer

Company Name:
CyberSearch, LTD

Sr. Security Engineer
Arlington Heights, IL
6 months
$market all inclusive


Knowledge/Skills
Expert knowledge of network security best practices, excellent verbal, written and presentation skills required
Expert knowledge and experience in Check Point and Cisco security solutions preferred
Overview
The Sr. Security Engineer position has responsibility as a primary security and technical resource for the IT Security Engineering department and provides security and technical oversight
for designing, testing, and implementing information security solutions in coordination with other IT groups as necessary.
Responsibilities
Builds relationship and partners with member of IT Security and Risk Management, Enterprise Architecture, Network Engineering, Security Operations and with functional areas across IT and
the business to raise and support the security posture of the company.
Designs, tests and deploys IT security systems and solutions.
Develop security engineering requirements, standards and guidelines, processes and procedures.
Review applicable security support models and identifies opportunities for continued process improvement.
Monitor and review requests for change to assure they do not introduce any security and/or compliance risks to the enterprise and meet security requirements, guidelines and compliance
requirements.
Assist fellow IT Security Engineering team members as needed.
Monitor and assist in the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) process.
Certification
CISSP certification or equivalent preferred
CCSE certification preferred
Experience
Minimum five years engineering experience with Check Point and Cisco security solutions
Ideal candidate will possess all of the above qualifications, large multi-platform mission critical IT environments that are complex, diverse and fast paced
Airline experience a plus
Other
Successful completion of interview required to meet job qualification
Reliable, punctual attendance is an essential function of the position

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