Security Engineer

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Our Client in Cranbury NJ is seeking a Security Engineer to join their team.

Primary Responsibilities:
Assist in the design, implementation, and support of a diverse security infrastructure including but not limited to: two-factor authentication, host-based intrusion prevention (HIDS), security logging, anti-virus, remote access, VPN, network IPS, and forensic tools.
Experience with end point client security software (drive encryption, antivirus, personal firewall, etc.)
Run a variety of commercial and/or open source vulnerability assessment and penetration testing tools to identify system vulnerabilities, partner with internal/external teams to develop appropriate solutions to minimize risk.
Assist with security incident responses, investigations, running forensics tools, and event documentation/reporting.
Provide sound problem determination and resolution.
Serve as an internal information security advisor and subject matter expert to the organization and on various projects.
Stays current in the latest information security and risk management knowledge, including new and emerging threats and vulnerabilities.
Manages and assist in security projects to improve internal security operations.
Assure that supported systems adhere to documented security policies.
Review new systems designs and major modifications for security implications prior to implementation.
Support 24x7x356 operations environment with on-call duty to meet need.
Document and present security findings to management.
Coordinate security remediation activities with varies departments
Participate in departmental meetings
Oversee the remediation and tracking of security audit/assessment findings.

Server operating systems including primarily UNIX (Sun/Solaris) and Windows.
Cisco network solutions.
DNS, e-mail and web servers experience.
IP network architecture and protocols (TCP/UDP/ICMP).
Attack recognition and response systems.
System and network administration experience on Unix and Windows Server platforms is essential.

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