With over 400M connected medical devices worldwide and the value of the healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) market valued at $163 billion, it’s no surprise that venture funding in the Digital Health space has hit record highs year after year. What’s clear is that all of healthcare’s future products – medical devices, combination products, wearables, Software as Medical Device and more – will all be digitally driven.

If you want to become a next-generation disruptive leader in healthcare, you need to be working in Digital Health now. And there’s no better place to get deep experience in Digital Health than with BrightInsight, the VC-backed Silicon Valley startup that provides the leading global regulated IoT platform for the world’s top biopharma and medtech companies.

We are a team of experienced professionals who are passionate about transforming patient outcomes globally by bringing the power of digital technology to healthcare. Our mission is to accelerate regulated digital health innovation for our biopharma and medtech customers through our scalable medical-grade platform.

In the past year, the award-winning BrightInsight Platform was selected as the “Best IoT Healthcare Platform” in the 2019 MedTech Breakthrough Awards, the “2018 Google Cloud Partner of the Year for Healthcare and Life Sciences,” was featured as the cover story for CIOReview Magazine’s “20 Most Promising Biotech Solution Providers 2019," and was included in The Journal of mHealth's “2020 Global Digital Health 100”.

If you enjoy working with solution-oriented, driven colleagues in an agile, bureaucratic-free environment, then come join us at BrightInsight. 

 

Under the general direction of the Information Security Director, the Information Security Engineer will be responsible for the development, maintenance, and support of the Information Security Threat Management posture of BrightInsight related to our current and future hardware, software, and network systems. This position will have a strong focus on data security, application security, and threat management.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Design and implementation of Information Security Vulnerability Management programs
  • Develop security standards and best practices for the organization
  • Monitor organization’s systems for vulnerabilities and code weaknesses
  • Evaluate risk level of findings from scanning tools to provide guidance to around prioritization, remediation, and disclosure report planning
  • Design, scope, and perform penetration tests (mobile, web application, API, infrastructure, etc)
  • Development of Red Team tools or exploitations
  • Communication findings and track remediation efforts around penetration tests
  • Work closely with key team players, such as Architects, Delivery, Developers, and DevOps
  • Configure and tune security technologies
  • Support the optimization of a cyber-metrics program
  • Incorporate Threat Intelligence into the Information Security program, staying abreast of the latest information technology security trends and vulnerabilities
  • Provide expertise to determine security requirements by evaluating best practices; researching security standards/tools; conducting system security and vulnerability analyses and risk assessments; identify integration issues
  • Enhance current security team competence by improving architecture techniques, recommending improved processes
  • Identify inadequate security designs in systems and offering alternatives
  • Align security programs to industry standard frameworks
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Skills and Experience:

  • Three or more years in Information Security Vulnerability Management, such as Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Management
  • One or more years in cloud review
  • One or more years managing security technologies
  • One or more years in cloud security
  • Three or more years using scripting languages, such as Python or Perl
  • One or more years providing automation solutions
  • Certifications recognized: CISSP, CISM, GIAC, Offensive Security, other relevant industry-recognized certifications

 

  • Demonstrated experience
    • Configuring, tuning, and performing in-depth analysis in Security and Security related tools
      • Scanning and testing tools (DAST, SAST, API. Mobile, etc), penetration testing tools and platforms (NMAP, Nikto, OWASP-ZAP, WireShark, Burp Suite, etc), risk management tools, etc
    • Securing and monitoring cloud environments
    • Implementing policies and procedures for compliance and audits
    • Threat Modeling (STRIDE, Trike, P.A.S.T.A.)
  • Demonstrated understanding of
    • Essential strategies to gather events, analyze them, and determine classification and criticality of security vulnerabilities and code weaknesses
    • Privacy and GRC (Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance)
    • Medical Device Cybersecurity
    • Frameworks such as MITRE ATT&CK, PTES, OWASP, NIST
  • Ability to
    • Troubleshooting effectively
    • Pay strong attention to detail
    • Analyze large amounts of data
    • Communicate and develop interpersonal relationships
    • Build consensus and depict complex presentations
    • Explain intricate technical detail to non-technical individuals

 

 

 

 

BrightInsight is an Equal Opportunity Employer and employment selection decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. BrightInsight does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of: age, race, religion, color, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability, pregnancy status or any other status protected by law. BrightInsight provides reasonable accommodation so that qualified applicants with a disability may participate in the selection process. BrightInsight will contact you if it is determined that your background is a match to the required skills required for this position. Thank you for considering a career with BrightInsight. 

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