Do you want to work in an Information Security boutique and play with exciting new technologies? Participate in exciting projects for a security company? Are you looking for an opportunity to increase your technical expertise and your project experiences? Deja vu Security is looking for curious and enthusiastic individuals who can help customers identify security vulnerabilities and develop secure applications.
Deja vu Security is a Seattle based firm that provides information security and secure development advice and services to some of the largest organizations in the world. We find bugs and innovative ways to circumvent applications and infrastructure protection mechanisms. Using that information, we help our customers build up their defenses to minimize attacks. Along the way, we've invented fuzzing products such as Peach Fuzzer, Peach Enterprise, and Peach Farm.
As an Security Consultant, you will help your team evaluate customers' products and applications security levels and recommend ways to develop more secure solutions. These could include operating systems, mobile frameworks, Embedded devices, and cloud based solutions. Successful Security Consultants can apply their technical and security training and expertise to multiple domains, are comfortable working in and with teams, and possess an unending curiosity about technology.
The ideal candidate will be able to work with their client team to achieve the right balance between our customers' business needs and security requirements.
Identifies customer security vulnerabilities
Delivers concise technical work and advice to customers and other staff members
Helps customers develop secure applications
Creates security analysis reports and other relevant customer-faced documentation.
1+ years of programming experience in any of the following: C++, .Net, Java
1+ years of experience (or appropriate relevant coursework) with security design, implementation, or assessment. Security firm internships can substitute for the equivalent experience.
Understanding of at least three of the following: security advanced security areas: cryptography, fuzzing, hardware security, Kernel hacking, and reverse engineering
Must have demonstrable experience participating in small teams
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Bachelor's degree or above
Proven experience with vulnerability discovery and responsible disclosure
Academic or professional consulting experience and background
History of contributing to open source projects or attending relevant professional conferences
Bachelor's degree in relevant specialty
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.