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Cybersecurity- Penetration Tester, Manager

PwC

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Job Summary


Job Type
Permanent

Seniority
Manager

Years of Experience
5-7 years

Tech Stacks
UNIX
Ruby
Perl
Linux
Python

Job Description


A career in our Risk and Security Controls practice, within Information Technology Risk Assurance services, will allow you to develop and apply strategies that help clients leverage enterprise technologies so they can get a higher return on their investment, mitigate risks, streamline processes, and find operational inefficiencies. We assist clients in understanding and challenging their current risk profiles and develop strategies to build digital confidence by embracing opportunities to stay competitive through building trust and resilience into their technology systems. We cover a wide range of disciplines, including risk evaluation, operational and strategic Information Technology processes, project governance, application implementation, data integrity, cyber security, and accounting/audit.

Our team helps organizations analyses and assess the security environment and application of our client’s information technology systems. You’ll help develop strategies to increase the reliability of system outputs, enhancing systems security and integrity, and developing strategies for ongoing maintenance. Together we can build trust in society and solve important problems.

How will you value add?
  • Lead in the delivering multiple security projects for our clients and support them in their desire to protect the business.
  • To build relationships with our clients, be a trusted advisor who exhibits business acumen and support in the business development activities such as proposal management and presentation to clients.
  • To oversee and guide the team in performing technical security assessments such as penetration testing, source code review, security system configuration on various cyber assets including web, mobile, network and Internet of Things devices.
  • Deliver client engagements effectively and efficiently as team member as well as team lead role.
  • Articulate and present security vulnerabilities fluently in both written and verbal forms to clients’ stakeholders.

About you

  • A recognized university degree in Computer Science, Computer/Electrical Engineering, Information Technology or equivalent with 5-7 years of experience in performing penetration tests, secure design and code reviews.
  • Being skilful in using and interpreting results from common security tools including but not limited to Burp Suite, Nessus, OpenVAS, Yersinia, Scapy, Wireshark, Nmap (with advanced options), SQLMap, SSLyze, THC-IPV6, BeEF and other tools in PenToo or Kalinux distro.
  • Familiarity with industry standard classification schemes such as CVE, CVSS, CWE, CAPEC.
  • Familiarity with MAS TRM and ABS guidelines.
  • Experience with basic to intermediate working knowledge of Unix, Linux, Windows, network devices, firewalls, web and/or mobile application developments.
  • Be able to conduct and simulate manual penetration tests.
  • Be able to code at least in one scripting language: Ruby, Python, Perl or Burp Suite Plugin Scripting.
  • Willing to develop tools or scripts as necessary so as to create proof-of-concept in challenging engagements.     
  • Possess strong analytical mind in analysing and verifying findings from security tools.
  • Willing to conduct security research as necessary to discover critical hidden vulnerabilities.
  • Possess relentless self-motivation and passion to explore new technologies, learn new penetration testing techniques and tools, and circumvent security controls imposed in hardened applications.
  • Possess good interpersonal communication skills and helping mind in team-oriented environment.
  • Possess either Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) or CREST certifications would be greatly beneficial.

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