Penetration Tester - Birmingham - Up to £60k

Premier IT
£40k - £60k pa + benefits
06 Oct 2017
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
I am currently looking for Penetration Testers who are Certified Ethical Hackers for an urgent new role working for our client based in Birmingham. As a Hacker/Pentester, you are tasked with continuously discovering, communicating and explaining security vulnerabilities to product teams, and automating this where practical. In a multi-product, continuous delivery environment, they must meet the challenge of providing the most effective vulnerability information across teams. Main Responsibilities - Carrying out security vulnerability and penetration testing on Digital products developed with Agile methodologies and continuous integration. - Developing and maintaining automated security testing tools. - Recommending fixes for vulnerabilities in products, infrastructure, and processes. Essential Criteria: - Ability to work closely with product teams to ensure a secure development life cycle is built in to delivery of web applications. - Evidence of exposure to vulnerability and penetration testing methods - Understanding of virtualisation and cloud technologies. Knowledge of Amazon Web Services, infrastructure and cloud security - Awareness of automated testing and continuous integration tools such as Jenkins, Travis, or CircleCI - Experience of use of open Source technologies and tools (e.g. Linux, MongoDB, Postgres, Nginx, PHP, Ruby, Python). - Evidence of exposure to security and penetration testing tools. Understanding of Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). and other security standards or best practices Desirable Criteria: - CHECK Team member, equivalent, or awareness of methodologies used. - Experience of agile working environments. - Awareness/experience of physical Security issues. - Awareness of social engineering. - Static program analysis skills. - Experience of fuzzing used as a means of testing web applications. Premier are acting as an employment agency
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