This global financial services client are currently on the hunt for an Security Architect/Engineer (to be based in Belgium) to work part of their Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) implementation. As the Security Architect/Engineer you will define the PKI enabled products, working with the Hardware Security Models, Cryptographic tools and overall infrastructure security architectural concepts.
What the Information Security Engineer will work on
- The scope of the job is to define completely the applicability of (Public key Infrastructure) PKI and how to implement it within the company.
- Define the criteria and conditions required for using a PKI for securing an application
- Define security requirements of PKI implementation and define the criteria and conditions for reusing asymmetric keys and certificates for different purposes
- Assess PKI-enabled products and protocols and derive implementation guideline
- Assess existing PKI-enabled applications of the company and correct/adapt the existing practices whenever deemed necessary
- Define methods/processes for controlling PKI implementations on the company network
- Professional experience in working with HSMs (Hardware Security Models) such as Tallus Hardware, cryptographic tools etc
- Solid practical experience in implementation of PKI in protocols (e.g. SSL, SSH) and products (e.g. IBM WebSphere, IBM WebSeal, Apache...)
- Strong understanding of Information Security, Authentication and Data Privacy within the domain of Infrastructure and applications including relevant practical experience.
- Knowledge of the security architecture of web based network environments and secure communication between environments.
- Demonstrated experience designing Secure multi-domain Internet facing applications
- Hands on candidate with rather technical experience than theoretical
- CISSP certificated is a plus
- Preferably living in Belgium or nearby
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