Aspect Security, Inc. is looking for an Application Security Engineer. Although they are based in Columbia, MD, this position is open to anyone in the US. Most of their clients are on the east coast though so those out west may be a bit more burdened with the travel. And don’t forget … if you organization is interested in posting their career opportunities here, head on over to our Job Board page for all the details. Well anyway … on to the job post.
Application Security Engineer
Aspect Security, Inc.
We are looking for experienced application security professionals who are passionate about security and want to help others secure their applications. Travel is involved and can be as much as 50% though over the year it averages at 30% within the United States.
An ideal candidate is able to:
- Conduct manual web application penetration tests and code reviews
- Can find and fix common application security vulnerabilities
- Is able to talk to all levels of technical and non-technical professionals
- Understands the goals of Information Security in an organization
- Is familiar with OWASP Top Ten and OWASP ASVS
About Aspect Security, Inc.
Founded in 2002, our principals are pioneers in the security industry. Aspect was a founding member of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and has created or contributed to industry-leading standards including the OWASP Top Ten, WebGoat, the Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS), the Risk Rating Methodology and the Enterprise Security API (ESAPI).
We help organizations establish enterprise-wide application security strategies that are tailored to their needs. From business risk modeling to regulatory compliance, from automation to developer training – it’s all part the security “big picture.” We’ve worked with organizations worldwide, protecting critical applications in the government, defense, financial, healthcare, services and retail sectors.
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