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IBM WebSphere Commerce Consultant - New York, NY
Ref No.: 17-02942
Location: New York, New York
Job Title:  IBM WebSphere Commerce Consultant
Job Location:  New York, NY
Position Type: Contract to hire
Rate: DOE
 
US Citizen and Green Card preferred- No Third Party C2C Candidates

Job Description
 
About the Job
Linux Endpoint security Consultant is required to work in the Enterprise Security Platforms (ESP) Engineering Team, providing the highest level of security consultancy and engineering support for Linux security agents. The role will focus on engineering Linux security agents and tooling utilized to manage the various solutions. The role is suited to an experienced Linux Engineer with a proven understanding in enterprise security.
Required skills:
  • Excellent understanding and experience of architecting, engineering and automating RHEL/Solaris Security solutions for a Global environment of 50,000+ Servers
  • Antivirus, Encryption, APT Controls, Sandboxing, OS Hardening, RBAC etc.
  • Expert Level RHEL/Solaris Operating System knowledge, including kernel debugging, Application Control, Application Containers and OS-Level Virtualization
  • Ability to write robust, maintainable, scripts in Perl or Python.
  • Experience of working with Enterprise Security Products and Frameworks
  • Interpersonal Skills - Communication, flexibility, self-driven, team player
  • Experience and demonstrable skills with RHEL (7+) SELinux, Puppet, Chef, Docker, Luks, Solaris Zones
  • Effective troubleshooting skills across all components of the plant (HW, OS, network, storage)
  • Architect, design, implement, support, and evaluate all security-focused tools and services
  • Assist in the development and enforcement of security policies and best practices 
Other Desired Skills:
  • SIEM experience with Splunk is a plus
  • Knowledge of Networks and Firewall Infrastructure
  • Additional programming languages and skills such as C, Java, SQL, Ruby
  • General networking (Firewalls, Routing, NAT, OSI Model, packet trace and analysis, etc.)