Security Engineer


My name is Crystal and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking a Security Engineer for a prominent client of ours. This position is located in Aurora, CO. Details for the position are as follows:

Job Description:
The TEM/Nessus Security Engineer will be a key position on a team that is responsible for assessing vulnerabilities for applicability on our infrastructure, assessing risk, & deploying patches/OS updates/configuration changes across the affected systems.

Provide hands-on security compliance and vulnerability assessment scanning expertise across multiple, separate environments: defining scan rules, downloading/updating Nessus plug-ins & add-ons, coordinating/scheduling scans with environment stakeholders, executing scans, reporting scan results, and working with other teams to remediate scan findings using program processes.
Provide hands-on asset/inventory management expertise, developing and deploying patches using centralized management tools and scripts, both through the inventory management tools and stand-alone deployment.
Review vulnerabilities for applicability to the operational and development systems, assess potential impacts & prioritize/coordinate remediation efforts across multiple teams
Provide security engineering support for technical implementation of security solutions comprised of COTS, FOSS, & custom products
Follow established program security engineering policies, processes & procedures
Apply security standards, principles, theories, concepts & techniques to solve problems
Ensure completion of assigned project milestones as directed by immediate supervisor
Participate in the creation, management & resolution of Engineering Change Requests (ECRs) & Work Requests (WRs) to include attending review boards for approval of requested work
Ensure compliance with all company safety requirements

If you are interested in hearing more about the position please respond to this posting with your resume attached.

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