Security Engineer

Full-Time Position

Location - Ann Arbor, MI

Our client is looking to add a Security Engineer that will work with cross-functional teams to design, implement, and support solutions for Domestic and International business units, partners and customers. In addition, Security Engineers perform proof-of-concept tests, technical requirements gathering, documentation, diagrams, implementation activities, and maintenance of the companies ecosystem.

The role of the security engineer demands business insight; technical acuity; and the ability to think, communicate and write at various levels of abstraction.

Participates in regular meetings and conference calls with customers and IT staff to help qualify opportunities and technical solutions.

Develops and documents models, plans, diagrams, illustrations, and procedures in support of engineering activities and security related business initiatives.

Advises business managers and customers of security requirements, configurations, and limitations

Research, evaluate, and directs the acquisition, installation, and testing of security software and/or hardware for network security devices, application security and identity and access management.

Assist with ongoing projects related to identity and access management.

Work with Security leadership, other IS teams and/or other business units to design, engineer, recommend, plan technical projects to meet segmentation and visibility needs

Analyzes business needs; gather requirements, designs, installs, troubleshoots, and supports technical solutions in a world-class infrastructure.

Work closely with Information Security Compliance to ensure SOX and PCI compliant.

Required Skills

Technical expertise in network security knowledge, to include VPN, Firewall, network monitoring, intrusion detection/prevention, web server security, and wireless security

Deep knowledge of TCP/IP and related data network protocols: knowledge of standard network protocols like TCP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP, HTTP, SNMP etc., and advanced features like IPSEC and IPv6 related protocols and accompanying protocol analysis tools (Wireshark, TCPDump, etc)

Must have strong experience in at least two of the following security technologies: Palo Alto, Checkpoint, F5, Cisco, Juniper, Bluecoat, Fortinet, Imperva, Gigamon, Cyberark, Sailpoint

Experience with Identity & Access Management solutions

Experience with Privileged Access Management technologies

Practical understanding with web application firewalls, network access control, database security, content filtering, and vulnerability management

An understanding of DDoS Mitigation strategies, Data Loss Prevention and SIEM (Security Information Event Management

Strong decision-making capabilities, with a proven ability to weigh the relative costs and benefits of potential actions and identify the most appropriate one


Bachelor's or master's degree in computer science, information systems or other related field; or equivalent work experience.

8 to 10 years of combined IT and security work experience, with 5+ years of experience in information security, especially in a security engineering role.

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE Security) desired.

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