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Senior Security Engineer
Ref No.: 17-00409
Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Position Type:Contract
Experience Level: 5 Years
Start Date: 09/18/2017
Security Engineer will provide expert support, analysis and research into complex problems and processes relating to deployed Palo Alto equipment. Will serve as the technical expert on executive-level project teams within the customer providing technical direction, interpretation, and alternatives. This is a highly technical, hands-on role and will be required to develop and maintain an expertise on the products and solutions deployed within the Customer's network.    
 
Responsibilities:
  • Analyze logs and events from the solution and provide threat analysis reports.
  • Build custom security policies and application signatures. 
  • Interact with TAC to troubleshoot and diagnose cases.
  • Mitigate web-based threats in a timely manner.
  • Maintain the solution and provide guidance on code upgrades, etc.
  • Must be able to work with several parts of the organization and help them to keep informed between themselves. Communication and interpersonal skills to ensure smooth communications.
  • Troubleshooting issues and incident response skills
  • Work under pressure (at times, the culture is to save one's own skin and steer responsibility towards someone else)
  • Splunk knowledge may be a plus, but not necessary
  • Cisco routing and switching
 
Project Scope
  • Large retail (gas stations) operating a hub and spoke MPLS network to the stores. HA PA-200's in every store (1,630 of them). Cisco routers on perimeter and switches behind firewall in each store.
  • Data Center is in Tulsa, OK. DR Data Center is in Dallas. HA on perimeters.
  • Products deployed: PA5060's, PA5020's, PA500's, PA4050's, PA3020's, PA200's, Panorama (M500's), AutoFocus.
  • Features deployed: UserID, AppID, AD integration, Security Profiles (WildFire, URL4, Threat), SSL decrypt, IPSec B2B using PA3020's.
  • Log/SIEM is Splunk (customer has highly customized dashboards using API calls to Palo)