Do you want to work for one of the largest Security Service companies in Massachusetts? They are currently looking for an “System Architect/Network Engineer” to support their facility in Boston, MA.
Work with clients and enable secure systems by evaluating their network and security technologies, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), virtual private networks (VPNs), routers, firewalls, and related security and network devices. Advise client and support remediation of security vulnerabilities.
- Provide information security guidance and architectural support to customers throughout a project utilizing a risk-based approach.
- Advise on the implementation of security technologies to strengthen IT architecture.
- Work with system owners to ensure that appropriate security controls are designed and implemented.
- Identify security design gaps in existing and proposed architectures and recommend changes or enhancements.
- Document and maintain a log of information security risks associated with projects.
- Support the management and maintenance of security elements to ensure strong configuration.
- Advise on the remediation or patching of vulnerabilities.
- Create solutions that balance business requirements with information and cyber security requirements.
- Stay abreast of information security issues and regulatory changes affecting transportation at the state and national level.
- Bachelor’s degree in related technical or engineering field or supplemental professional experience. Knowledge of or experience with senior architecture framework.
- Knowledge on threat landscape, security threat and vulnerability management, as well as security monitoring and analytics.
- Knowledge in compliance frameworks and requirements such as PCI, HIPAA, SOX, etc.
- Demonstrated ability to perform a risk-based approach to securing applications, databases, or infrastructure.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
CISSP, CISSP-ISSAP, CISSP-ISSEP, CEH, Security + or equivalent certification preferred