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Employer: EasyDO
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: peste 5 years of experience
  • Abroad
  • nationwide
    Updated at: 21.01.2020
    Short company description

    EASYDO is a leading Technology Services company with + 50 consultants. The team is managed by senior Partners and senior Experts. We are focusing on 3 main activities: Software Factory & Innovative Business Solutions (in-house & partners’ applications), Cybersecurity, Applications & INFRA services.


    Minimum Qualifications
    • Degree in Computer Science or a related field.
    • Experience with one or more core security concepts:
    o Application security concepts.
    o Operating systems security concepts.
    o Authentication, authorization, and identity systems.
    o Secure coding practices.
    o Network and web security protocols such as TLS, IPSec etc.


    • Provide security guidance on a constant stream of new products and technologies.
    • Take a leading role in driving internal security and privacy initiatives.
    • Analyze, assess, and respond to various internet threats.
    • Build tools and automation to manage and enforce security policies, automate processes at scale.
    • Partner with other engineers to design and build effective security tools by sharing high-level understanding of security policy, risk, and/or access management.
    • Conduct regular security assessments.
    • Help review and design systems that improve the security of application software and infrastructure.
    • Help review and design systems related to abuse detection and integrity.
    • Collaboratively drive security incident response and vulnerability management.
    • Contribute to security engineering planning and execution.
    • Verify and validate application software security via manual and automated testing, fuzzing, and static code analysis.