App Security Engineer – AWS or Azure

App Security Engineer – AWS or Azure.

App Security Engineer – AWS or Azure

Amsterdam

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€70 - €70 per annum

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Contract

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Engineering

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Are you Application Security Engineer - Freelancer based in the Netherlands?

Do you have scripting skills and experience on the cloud with AWS OR Azure?

Want to be part of an international team with no management?

If yes, read below!

You will be part of a self-steering team - with direct communication with your customer

You have:

  • 3 + years of experience in security engineering
  • Development- or strong scripting skills
  • AWS (Amazon Web Services) or Azure deep understanding
  • Eagerness for security solutions - tooling, patching, integrating, testing, automation, visibility for cloud and on-prem solutions
  • Knowledge of cloud asset management, exposure footprint, cloud native vulnerability management, key/secret management
  • Strong knowledge on the latest threats, vulnerabilities, solutions (is a plus)
  • Understanding client requirements and how to translate in a secured compliant solution
  • Risk management thinking
  • Experience or willingness to learn how to handle security incidents
  • Ability to identify weaknesses and risks when you look at an existing IT solution

If interested, share your CV to: borislav.gurbalov@darwinrecruitment.com

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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