The Infrastructure Engineer will be responsible for the duties of the Patching Deficiency Project which includes but is not limited to the following:
- Develop an IT and infrastructure patch deficiency security strategy and road map
- Serve as a subject matter expert on information security policies, standards, technical specification requirement documents and enhanced control playbooks
- Review and recommend secure systems configuration for Servers, workstations, laptops, mobile devices and provide security patch recommendations. (Unix, Weblogic, Adobe Server, IBM Storage, Windows & Linux server patch management, OS & application hardening standards, documentation and implementation of server hardening)
- Ensuring all relevant stakeholders from senior management and application development/support teams understand the control objectives and the info sec context/perspective behind the compliance initiatives.
- Develop the Server Patch Deficiency program and Policy - Participate in the development of security patch deployment standards, baselines and guidelines
- Lead vulnerability remediation initiatives to completion.
- Prioritizing and ensure high and medium risk rated vulnerabilities have mitigation, remediation plans created. And in case of risk acceptance proper procedures followed to get approvals from senior executives.
- Work closely with developers, application support team members, solution architects, SOC engineers, security SMEs, project managers across various segments to ensure all the relevant information security processes, server patch deployment and procedure are being complied
Platforms that require patching:
Microsoft Desktop and Server OS patching
MS Desktop and Server Office 365
Oracle DB and Weblogic
Redhat Linux and jBoss
Soroc welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
We thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.