Senior-Cybersecurity at AT&T in Austin
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Austin, Texas

We are looking for a threat content engineer focused on Cloud Security to join our AT&T Alien Labs team. You will be researching and developing detection capabilities for Cloud and hybrid environments for our Threat Detection and Response platform.

Roles and Responsibilities:

- Research and develop detection content focused on cloud security (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud) and cloud applications (O365, G Suite, Box, SFDC, etc).
- Research and develop detection content for container environments (Docker, Kubernetes).
- Write blogs and whitepapers showcasing cloud security research.
- Work with product marketing to merchandise our capability to detect threats in cloud environments.
- Work with Product Management to guide roadmap and prioritize cloud security features.

Job Requirements:

- 5+ years of experience as a security researcher or a security engineer focused on cloud environments.
- Previous experience writing content for security analytics (AlienVault USM, ELK, Splunk, etc).
- Deep understanding of Amazon AWS services and AWS security.
- Experience with container security and threat detection (Docker/Kubernetes)
- Strong communication skills.


- Hands-on experience with Azure and/or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
- Experience with the ATT&CK framework.
- Previous experience with Osquery/Suricata/Snort/Yara.

Job ID 2028874 Date posted 08/24/2020

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