Software Security Engineer - IoT Products - Source Technology


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    USD150000 - USD200000 per annum + Bonus

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    CSST - PSSE_1585090270

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Chinelle Clarke

+1 213 423 0504


I’m currently working with a global client this is looking for a Software Security Engineer for their IoT products based in Boston.

This role will be50% software engineering, 20% security and penetration tester, and 30% process and security program owner and help the client deliver consumer products.

What they’re looking for is demonstrable knowledge and experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Familiarity with the Consumer IoT (Internet of Things), Secure software, data and SDLC experience (e.g. MS SDL, OpenSAMM, FOSSID, CMMI-Dev+Secure)
  • System security engineering
  • Embedded device security
  • Data security and privacy
  • Security Testing / Penetration Testing
  • Mobile / Cloud application security
  • Knowledge of common security standards and best practices, such as NIST 800-53/800-160, ISO 270xx, CWE, CVSS, OWASP Top 10, CERT Secure Coding Standards.
  • Experience leading secure architecture, design, and code reviews
  • Direct development experience RTOS in languages including C/C++ (x86 or ARM), Python, and Java; Go or Swift experience desirable

If you would like to hear more, forward a recent resume and a good time to have a chat over weekend or Monday.

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