Oracle Principal Engineer - Hardware Security in Charleston, South Carolina
Responsible for the planning, design and build of security architectures; oversees the implementation of network and computer security and ensures compliance with corporate security policies and procedures.
Responsible for advanced planning, design and build of security systems, applications, environments and architectures; oversees the implementation of security systems, applications, environments and architectures and ensures compliance with information security standards and corporate security policies and procedures. Provides technical advice and direction to support the design and development of secure architectures. May participate in an incident management team, bringing advanced-level skills to respond to security events in line with Oracle incident response playbooks. Investigates purported intrusions and breaches, and oversees root cause analysis. Coordinates incidents with other business units and may act as Incident Commander of serious incidents. Develops new methods, and playbooks, as well as sophisticated scripts, applications, and tools, and trains others in their use. May participate in an incident management team, responding to security events in line with Oracle incident response playbooks. Investigates purported intrusions and breaches, and oversees root cause analysis. Coordinates incidents with other business units and may act as incident commander of serious incidents. Participates in developing new methods, playbooks throughout Oracle. Evaluates existing and proposed technical architectures for security risk, provides technical advice to support the design and development of secure architectures and recommends security controls to mitigate those risks. Evaluations of internal security architecture may include design assessment, risk assessment, and threat modeling. Brings advanced-level skills to research, evaluate, track, and manage information security threats and vulnerabilities in situations where in-depth analysis of ambiguous information is required, and where computer programming/scripting knowledge is required. Work with Senior management to develop and implement a multi-year security roadmap Focus on operational and strategic level tasks, and provide counsel and guidance to the junior level security operations engineers in the department.
Minimum of 8 years related experience in an information security role supporting security programs and security engineering/architecture in complex enterprise environments. Hands on experience with enterprise security architecture, engineering and implementation required. Knowledge of compliance program security controls, like ISO 27001, SOC 2, HITRUST, and FedRAMP, as applied to cloud SaaS, PaaS and IaaS operations. Familiarity with SDLC principles and scripting & programming languages (such as Terraform, Python, and Ruby). Strong knowledge of: Cloud architecture and security principles. Risk Management Frameworks. **nix and Windows system administration. Experience with: Logging and log analysis. Identity management principles and technology. Preferred but not required qualifications include: Bachelor-level university degree in a relevant field from an accredited university, or equivalent. Strong knowledge of web technologies, middleware, database, OS, firewalls, network communication protocols and methods. Knowledge of database security principles. Knowledge of encryption technologies and architectures. Expert level experience in evaluating and assessing security threats across a variety of environments and industries. Expert level understanding of secure networking principles, routers, switches and load balancers.
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Senior Engineer - Hardware Security
Cloud Engineering Infrastructure Development (Portland, Seattle, Austin)
/At Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), we build the future of the cloud for Enterprises as a diverse team of fellow creators and inventors. We act with the speed and attitude of a start-up, with the scale and customer-focus of the leading enterprise software company in the world./
/Values are OCI’s foundation and how we deliver excellence. We strive for equity, inclusion, and respect for all. We are committed to the greater good in our products and our actions. We are constantly learning and taking opportunities to grow our careers and ourselves. We challenge each other to stretch beyond our past to build our future./
/You are the builder here. You will be part of a team of really smart, motivated, and diverse people and given the autonomy and support to do your best work. It is a dynamic and flexible workplace where you’ll belong and be encouraged./
Within OCI, the Hardware Security group conducts penetration tests of the production hardware that runs our cloud, as well as technical assessment of proposed or pre-release components: Networking, Storage, Compute, you name it, we break it in the name of science! And if it doesn't meet our expectations, we also work directly with third party vendors and with groups across Oracle to influence the next generation of hardware platform security.
In addition to selecting the best hardware, OCI HW Security knows that platform security also depends on the way we use the hardware we select. To that end, HW Security also works closely with OCI's operations and engineering teams, constantly striving to improve Oracle Cloud's overall operational security posture by helping teams establish best practices for managing security for every device in our data centers.
Who are we looking for?
We're looking for hands-on architects, engineers, tinkerers and hackers with expertise and passion for identifying and exploiting complex security problems in hardware, firmware, operating system and virtualization technologies.
We're looking for folks who enjoy diving deep into hardware and firmware implementation to reveal subtle security vulnerabilities, writing new tools and exploits in a variety of languages and environments, reverse engineering undocumented file formats, firmware updates or network protocols and proposing novel techniques to solve unique and interesting security problems.
Our ideal candidate is passionate about hardware and security, motivated to keep up with emerging threats and able to effectively communicate with stakeholders at all levels of the business. If you're driven to understand how hardware works and are ready to jump in and start banging bits, this could be the opportunity you're looking for.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience
3 years of experience in hardware security architecture / engineering / validation
Demonstrated competency in application/product/software/hardware security
Ability to think like an adversary and identify potentially vulnerable spots in any design or implementation
Ability to effectively assess risk from findings and communicate impact and urgency to management and engineering staff
Ability to succeed individually or collaboratively, whether working internally or with external organizations and individuals
Experience working effectively in a large and distributed company
Basic knowledge of Linux system administration and shell scripting
Fluency in at least one common programming language (C, C , Java, Python, Ruby, Go, Rust)
Basic knowledge of x86 and/or ARM server platform architecture
Ability to communicate on, monitor and debug common embedded communications interfaces (SPI, I2C, RS232-style serial)
Ability to read and understand x86 and/or ARM assembly language
Ability to read and understand simple schematic diagrams
Basic knowledge of enterprise and/or datacenter networking architecture
Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills
Our senior team members possess expertise in the areas listed above in addition to some of the following:
Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience
7 years of experience in vulnerability discovery / security engineering / hardware security
Demonstrated history of vulnerability discovery (CVEs, etc.)
Extensive research or experience with multiple classes of security bugs
Expert knowledge of x86 and/or ARM server platform architecture
Ability to work with most common programming languages (C, C , Java, Python, Ruby, Go, Rust)
Ability to read and understand large and complex platform-level schematics
Knowledge of modern platform security technologies like TPM 2.0 and TCG SRTM/DRTM
Knowledge of vendor-specific TEE technologies such as Intel SGX
Knowledge of standard UEFI architecture and implementation
Knowledge of host and network virtualization technologies and how to use them securely
Significant experience operating in a large-scale DevOps or CICD environment
Conducting training / thought leadership / conference talks / publications
Job: *Information Security Engineering
Title: Principal Engineer - Hardware Security
Location: United States
Requisition ID: 200015YJ