Flag: Tornado! Hurricane!

 Forums >>  Job Openings  >>  Career: Alert Logic - Security Research Lead - Houston, TX

Topic created on: February 28, 2011 11:27 CST by aeppert .

Alert Logic - Security Research Lead

Based in Houston, TX, Alert Logic is seeking a Security Research Lead to direct the activities of the Alert Logic Research and Emerging Threats teams.  The Security Research Lead must be skilled in Programming, Reverse Engineering, Penetration Testing, memory corruption vulnerabilities, and various web technologies.  The responsibilities will include leading a team of Research engineers in prototyping new detection technologies and analyzing new threats.

Alert Logic delivers cloud-powered, managed solutions for IT security and compliance by combining patented technology and round-the-clock monitoring by certified analysts.  Trusted by enterprises, managed hosting providers and partners worldwide, Alert Logic provides innovative, cost effective, and worry-free SaaS offerings.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
* Employ strong knowledge of security concepts and practices to proactively identify threats, vulnerabilities and exploits
* Investigate and analyze new threats, vulnerabilities, and exploits, and document and develop countermeasures
* Write technical papers and deliver external and internal presentations introducing new and novel security research
* Serve as an escalation point for the Security Operations Center for new incidents
* Mentor analysts and aid in employee development
* Make recommendations for appropriate development, engineering and corporate processes and procedures
* Answer questions from clients regarding new attacks and trends
* Suggest or implement new product prototypes and work with product management on implementation


Requirements
* 8+ years of professional experience in Information Security
* Experience with Reverse engineering tools (e.g., debuggers, disassemblers)
* Solid understanding of TCP/IP networking, Microsoft Windows Operating Systems, Unix & Linux Administration, and SQL & Oracle databases.
* Familiarity with Web protocols (e.g., HTTP, SOAP, WS-*) and  Web technologies (e.g., HTML, JavaScript, XML, JSON, REST)
* Proficiency with high-level scripting languages (e.g., Python, Ruby) and shell scripting
* Experience programming with low level languages such as C and Assembly
* Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
* Strong verbal and written communication skills
* Computer Security Certifications such as GIAC, OSCE, NOP or similar preferred
* Undergraduate or Advanced Degree in Information Security, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field preferred

Alert Logic offers an exceptional company culture with a group that works hard and has fun.   We are looking for someone with a passion for technology, a drive for continual learning, and the love of solving problems.


For consideration, please e-mail resumes to gcolley@alertlogic.com or apply directly at http://budurl.com/SRLHtx

No posts found under this topic.
Active in Last 5 Minutes
ManHunter

There are 31,042 total registered users.


Recently Created Topics
Ultimate Hacking Cha...
Jun/21
CreateMutex
May/31
let 'IDAPython' impo...
Sep/24
set 'IDAPython' as t...
Sep/24
GuessType return une...
Sep/20
About retrieving the...
Sep/07
How to find specific...
Aug/15
How to get data depe...
Jul/07
Identify RVA data in...
May/06
Immunity Debugger Re...
Aug/03


Recent Forum Posts
How to find specific...
hackgreti
Problem with ollydbg
sh3dow
How can I write olly...
sh3dow
New LoadMAP plugin v...
mefisto...
Intel pin in loaded ...
djnemo
OOP_RE tool available?
Bl4ckm4n
OOP_RE tool available?
van7hu
Should binaries be n...
Kolisar
Problem with ollydbg
nullx42
!findtrampoline Immu...
skycrack


Recent Blog Entries
crystalwade
Jul/20
test

nieo
Mar/22
Android Application Reversing

halsten
Mar/14
Breaking IonCUBE VM

oleavr
Oct/24
Anatomy of a code tracer

hasherezade
Sep/24
IAT Patcher - new tool for ...

More ...


Recent Blog Comments
nieo on:
Mar/22
IAT Patcher - new tool for ...

djnemo on:
Nov/17
Kernel debugger vs user mod...

acel on:
Nov/14
Kernel debugger vs user mod...

pedram on:
Dec/21
frida.github.io: scriptable...

capadleman on:
Jun/19
Using NtCreateThreadEx for ...

More ...


Imagery
SoySauce Blueprint
Jun 6, 2008

[+] expand

View Gallery (11) / Submit