Security Risk Advisors | CyberSOC Consultant / Red Team Operator | Philadelphia PA, USA | REMOTE (USA) | Full Time
SRA is looking for a SOC Consultant specific to night and morning watch. Responsibilities include eyes on glass security monitoring for threats and use of the latest security monitoring technologies to detect malware and hackers. Consultants will use Security Information Event Management tools (SIEM), Endpoint Detection & Response tools (EDR), and Network Security Monitoring tools (NSM) such as FireEye, Fidelis, Splunk, Intel/McAfee, RSA, IBM, Symantec, Resilient, Cybereason, Tanium, CarbonBlack, Bro and Snort.
Become a part of our Red Team! We're looking for people to help improve our capabilities in performing stealthy, highly targeted attacks against our clients. We want someone who doesn't blanch when it comes to using certutil to reconstruct a base64 encoded payload on a Windows server because the upload capacity was too limited to upload the full payload. Someone who is willing to write a perl script to forward ports on a GNU/Linux server to pivot into a privileged network. If that and writing custom web-shells and creating custom attacks for specific client profiles interest you, this is the role for you.
PM if interested in either!
Mozilla | Operations Engineer | Remote
The team I'm on at Mozilla is preparing to hire more junior/mid and senior engineers in the USA, Canada, and Germany.
We build and maintain the infrastructure that supports Firefox’s many features. This encompasses around 70 services, ranging in scale from 2 users to 20 million concurrent connections, which are created by about a dozen different developer teams. Python is the most common language, though Nodejs, Go, Rust, and even Perl are also represented. When you take a look at the source of these services (most are publicly available in https://github.com/mozilla-services/ and https://github.com/mozilla/), you’ll notice that all are dockerized following the standards at https://github.com/mozilla-services/dockerflow.
Each service run by our team has a primary ops engineer as the main point of contact and a secondary to assist with engineering and on-call responsibilities, so no one person has to be familiar with every technology used in every service. Most services require on-call using pagerduty, but we regard pages as indicators of process problems and invest in the root cause analysis necessary changes to prevent failures from recurring. Although our top priority is keeping everything working well, you’ll often have the flexibility to balance your workload with services aligned with your skills and interests.
We standardize our infrastructure code across projects, so that your work in adding a feature to your own services’ infrastructure can easily be reused by the rest of the team. In our infrastructure Git repos, you’ll design, maintain, improve, and review automation, Python scripts, and monitoring code.
I'm told the postings should go live August 6th at https://careers.mozilla.org/listings/ . If you have any questions, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEXT Trucking | El Segundo, CA (Headquarters) & Irvine / Orange County, CA | Onsite | Full-time
NEXT Trucking builds software for modernizing & optimizing drayage, the process of moving shipping containers from ports to local warehouses, with a focus on 'Drivers First'. This video, featuring our CEO Lidia Yan, describes the business and market opportunity much better than I can: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHHI3vaqCS4
We're hiring software developers, platform/SREs, data engineers, UI/UX designers, product managers, and more: https://www.nexttrucking.com/careers/
Highlights of our tech stack include Java + Spring Boot, React + React Native, Storybook, GraphQL, Node, NestJS, PostgreSQL, OpenTracing (Jaeger), Kafka, and deployed to AWS + Kubernetes via Terraform. We write lots of tests (perhaps even too many!), are continuously learning & improving our processes, open source friendly, and have a warm, inclusive, & welcoming culture.
We're also not picky about candidates having used the same technologies we use today, having hired developers with heavy backgrounds in C#, AngularJS, Python, Perl, etc.
Who am I? I'm Kevin, an IC working primarily from our Irvine location on platform and infrastructure bits, and would love to have more folks from Orange County seize the opportunity to work for a well funded series-C startup, without having to deal with LA traffic : ) I'm more than happy to chat and answer questions, so please feel free to shoot me an email: email@example.com .