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How you'll make an impact at Collibra:
Collibra is seeking an intelligent and forward-thinking security professional to join the Collibra Security Office (CSO). This exciting new role within the Security Operations team will help you define the future of security technologies. With data becoming the new most valuable resource, companies are leveraging platforms like Collibra to leverage their data’s value in a governed way.
As a Security Operations Engineer, you will lead the establishment of the next generation of security technologies at Collibra. Your primary focus will be on building the technologies and processes to continuously enhance our security posture. Your responsibilities will include partnering with IT, development, engineering, and cloud operations to embed security by design to enable high growth and transformation to a world-class enterprise.
Regionally located candidates will be considered, with at least 30% of time required in Collibra’s New York City office.
A day in the life of a Security Engineer at Collibra:
You’ll be reporting directly to the Director of Security Operations, and will be responsible for a wide range of tasks, including:
Contribute to the development of architectural requirements and corresponding engineering processes and technologies to support Collibra worldwide.
Build the necessary capacity to support IT, engineering, product, and cloud operations teams including, but not limited to, vulnerability and patch management, incident response, threat analysis, endpoint security, and cloud service access.
Develop, and ensure compliance with, controls built for a cloud-native enterprise.
Plan, organize, and control multiple responsibilities and sometimes competing requests to achieve desired objectives.
Supporting customer inquiries, questionnaires, reviewing contracts, answering questions and conducting security calls are all part of the day to day.
Additional tasks include supporting the team during security incidents and investigations; working with broad teams to advance the security posture of Collibra.
Other tasks as required: After hours on-call support may occasionally be required.
Minimum of 6 years IT/Security experience across a wide range of disciplines
At least 4 years working experience with security management technologies in areas such as Vulnerability Management, Patch Management, Incident Detection and Response. Broad expertise preferred over deep single domain knowledge.
Comprehensive understanding of modern threat landscape and how to design and apply appropriate technical and procedural controls
Strong knowledge of regulatory requirements and/or frameworks (i.e.: FedRAMP, HIPAA, NIST, ISO 27001/2, etc.)
Expert presentation and communication skills (strong in customer-facing situations)
Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISM, CCSK, SANS/GIAC, or similar
Strong knowledge and proficiency with security operations and engineering
Self-motivated and driven with an ability to execute with little supervision
A friendly, rapidly growing environment where your input is valued and growth is fostered
Ongoing opportunities to collaborate with fellow Collibrians globally
Flexible hours = quality > quantity
Bi-monthly catered lunches. Never go hungry again!
Did we mention happy hour?
Spacious brand new offices in NYC
A state-of-the-art laptop for workAnd of course, a competitive salary with a strong benefits package.