Application Security Consultant

Robert Walters Plc
London (Greater)
11 Jan 2018
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
My client, an International Investment Bank based in London, are looking for an Application Security Consultant to join their growing team.

About the Application Security Consultant Role:

You'll be joining the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Technical Services team. You'll have a background in application development and security consulting and be willing to make a significant contribution to their security program by being part of the Application Security Consulting team who are responsible for advising and training Developers to incorporate security in their Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC).

Key Responsibilities:

* Review application security flaws identified by (Static Application Security Testing) SAST scanners and help the development teams understand them and identify the best remediation options.
* Conduct manual security source code review where needed for partial application components.
* Providing application security consulting for any application projects which are part of the program
* Providing application security training for the Development team
* Providing coaching for the development team to incorporate security in their SDLC

Skills & Qualifications:

* Software development experience preferably in Java
* Good knowledge and understanding of application security flaws (e.g. SQL injection, Cross-site Scripting (XSS), Credentials Management etc.) and the defense techniques.
* Good consulting skills.
* Background in the financial services industry (beneficial)
* A self-starter requiring minimal supervision
* Delivery focused and capable of meeting demanding deliverables
* Adaptive and flexible in your approach to achieving a goal
* Able to balance priorities amongst several tasks
* Previous experience working in geographically dispersed teams

If the above role is interesting please apply ASAP or call me on [Phone number removed] for more information.
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