Security AppCert Consultant ( 581083-1D )
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What you’ll be doing...
The Verizon Cyber Risk Programs (CRP) Security AppCert Consultant II, is an experienced resource who is assigned one or more clients and is expected to lead most client interactions and program delivery. A CRP-AppCert Security Consultant II is to provide the services (activities, tasks, reports, recommendations, guidance, consultation and deliverables) in accordance with the Verizon CRP service descriptions, SOW and/or contractual requirements. You will articulate and communicate assessment findings and recommendations in a clear and concise manner to the appropriate target audience which may include project managers, program managers, and technical points of contacts and/or external/internal management stakeholders.
- Serve as primary point of contact and lead delivery Consultant and deliver the Cyber Risk Programs (CRP) and/or Application Security Certification program to external customers.
- Regularly interface with external client technical POC’s and internal stakeholders such as Project Managers, Principal Consultants and Delivery Managers.
- Perform research on cyber security criteria, security systems, validation procedures and configure, schedule and perform vulnerability and a testing, threat analyses, and security checks.
- Analyze discovery scan data and vulnerability data to determine unusual use configurations, discovery of aged software, end-of life software, patch management validation and proper identification of high, medium and low severity vulnerabilities.
- Serve as primary lead in the preparation of preparing an external organization and determining eligibility for the Verizon Cyber Risk Programs Enterprise Certification program.
- Lead the initiative by interfacing with the client, collecting the necessary artifacts, qualifying the artifacts, preparing the certification package and presenting the package to an internal Certification Review Board (CAB).
What we’re looking for...
You'll need to have:
- Bachelor’s degree (in related field) or four or more years of work experience.
- Four or more years of relevant work experience.
- Four or more years of experience in Information Technology (IT), Computer Network Engineering, Application Security, Information Security/Assurance, Cyber Security, Risk Management.
- Previous application assessment/auditing/penetration testing experience and Scripting/programming.
- CISSP and at least one or more application specific certification such as GWAPT, OSWE, GWEB, GMOB, GXPN certification.
- Willingness to travel.
- Valid driver's license.
Even better if you have:
- One or more of the following: E-CEH, E-CIH, ISACA CISM, CISA, CRISC, CCSP, CCSK, GSEC, GIAC, GPEN, CH.
- Vendor specific platform certifications: Qualys, Tenable, Rapid 7, Digital Defense, Recorded Future, Firemon, Tuffin, ProofPoint, Burp Suite.
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COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
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