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SRQ126941 - Developer (Python, Java, Linux, Ansible, Security) (378845)

Work location:
Amsterdam
Starting date:
08.04.2019
Ending date:
08.10.2019
Hours per week:
40

Locatie: Amsterdam
Startdatum: 08/04/2019
Einddatum: 08/10/2019
Inzet: 40 uur p/w

Deadline: 01/04 om 10:00
ZZP: mag
Tariefindicatie: €80,- / €85,-

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Functieomschrijving:
We are looking for an IT Security professional, to work in a fun, energetic Agile team. You will develop solutions that enable the Security Operations Centre (SOC) to function effectively. As a developer you will understand exactly what the SOC needs to keep an organisation like ABN AMRO 'secure'. If our digital security is at stake, you will know which measures are needed, what processes are involved and what tools to use.

  • Sound experience in a general purpose programming language (Python, Java etc)
  • Linux administration skills
  • Understanding of automated deployment and automated testing with Ansible and WebAPI's
  • Awareness of security tools (e.g. firewalls, proxy, IDS/IPS, NIDS, endpoint protection, anti-malware, etc.)
  • Good understanding of security architecture
  • Awareness of network protocols
  • Preference is given to hands-on experience in security operations centre tools and engineering
  • An understanding of secure by design and DevSecOps principles is preferred

 

  • HBO/Bachelor level of working and thinking
  • Five or more years’ relevant work experience
  • Can demonstrate in technical depth, the role you have played in development and engineering team(s)
  • Demonstrable affinity with security aspects / securing IT infrastructure
  • You have preferably worked in an Agile environment
  • You have a valid EU working permit

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