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Information Security Engineer

Chicago, IL

Description of Position:

 

We are looking for an Information Security Engineer. When you join as an Information Security Engineer, you'll join a high-performing team of IT professionals dedicated to the protection of our computer systems, networks, and data. Bring your passion for problem solving. Bring an analytical mindset. Bring your technical know-how and attention to detail.

Beginning your first day and throughout your career, you'll utilize your critical thinking, decision-making and technical skills to support our important regulatory mission.


 

Responsibilities:

As an Information Security Engineer, you'll contribute to our important regulatory mission:

  • Contributing to the identification and definition of system security requirements.

  • Advising on the design of security monitoring infrastructure for on-premises and cloud solutions.

  • Developing technical solutions and new security tools to help mitigate vulnerabilities and automate repeatable tasks.

  • Configuring security infrastructure devices and ensuring proper operation of security processing routines.

  • Establishing and maintaining processes to monitor network traffic for anomalous activity.

  • Applying INFOSEC best practices and principles to network protocols, architectures, equipment, services, standards, and technology.

  • Monitoring network, devices and computer systems for accuracy, consistency and abuse.

  • Developing security test plans based on system architecture, dataflow and hardware/software profile information.

  • Performing vulnerability assessments and application security evaluations utilizing recognized assessment tools.

  • Vetting new software or hardware configurations for compliance with established security standards.

  • Assisting with the engagement and coordination of third-party security assessments.

  • Investigating security incidents, including the isolation and remediation of those incidents pursuant to established procedures.

  • Performing malware analysis to understand origin and risk of potentially malicious code.

Skills & Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology or a related field preferred

  • Two or more years of experience working in an information technology security capacity

  • One or more information security certifications (e.g., GCIH, GCIA, GMON, CISSP, etc.) preferred

  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills

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