The Security Team at LogDNA is responsible for leading and implementing improvements to our security posture. We are looking for a senior generalist that loves working closely with the other engineering disciplines, ensuring that security is an integrated part of our pipeline. We achieve that by working and collaborating across functional teams to provide guidance on best practices.

Responsibilities

  • Engage with all your distributed engineering peers
  • Create and maintain documentation for security-related procedures and tooling
  • Develop security training and guidance to internal development teams
  • Provide subject matter expertise on architecture, authentication and system security
  • Assess security tools and integrate tools as needed, particularly open-source tools
  • Collaborate on managing vulnerability response from code libraries to production state
  • Define, implement, and monitor security measures to protect company assets
  • Assist with recruiting activities and administrative work

Must-Have Requirements

  • Passion for enabling security throughout an organization
  • Previous experience on a Security Operations team, especially experience coordinating responses to security incidents
  • Extensive knowledge of cloud security issues, architectures, and threat landscape
  • Be comfortable at a command-line interface and an in-depth knowledge of Linux/Unix tools
  • Familiar with common security libraries, security controls, and common security flaws that apply to NodeJS applications.
  • Desire to improve collaboration and be able to communicate asynchronously
  • Passion for identifying and reducing toil through simplification and automation
  • Willingness to create and update documentation to facilitate learning for yourself and the team
  • Experience with at least one CI/CD management tool such as CircleCI, Jenkins, GitHub CI/CD etc
  • Experience in a programming or scripting language and the ability to translate to new ones
  • Knowledge of Git (and repo) configuration tool management
  • Comfortable/experienced with a remote position

Nice-to-Haves

  • Diverse background in host, network and application security
  • Solid understanding Owasp Top 10
  • Cloud Native Security (Sysdig Secure/Falco)
  • Security Tooling (Vulnerability tracking, scanning, etc)
  • CI/CD Tooling (CircleCI, Jenkins, TravisCI)
  • Kubernetes
  • Orchestration (Terraform, Ansible)
  • Coding (JavaScript, Python, Go, Rust)
  • Cloud (AWS, Azure, Google, IBM, IaaS)
  • Linux (EL, Ubuntu, CoreOS, Alpine)
  • Configuration Management (Ansible, Puppet, Chef, Saltstack)
  • Datastores (ElasticSearch, Redis, MongoDB)

At LogDNA, we're looking for employees who exhibit passion, grit, and integrity. You're encouraged to apply even if your experience doesn't precisely match our job description. We're building a culture where our differences are valued and believe this will drive innovation. Ultimately, our success will be achieved through diversity of backgrounds, experiences, ideas and opinions . Everyone is welcome - as an inclusive workplace our employees are comfortable bringing their authentic selves to work every day. Come join us.

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