The role of the Identity and Access Management Applications Engineer (IAM) is to provide applications engineering Subject Matter Expertise for the Universal Identity Services (UIS). The IAM engineer will participate in solution integration for new services and maintenance of existing solutions. Provides Tier 3 level operational support as well as pre-production implementation and production support globally.
Applies Identity and Access Management security skills in compliance with company policies and procedures.
Ensures that deliverables meet specifications and quality requirements, and compliance with security policies.
Knowledge of one or more of Identity and Access Management technologies - Certificate Authorities, CA hierarchy, certificate issuance, validation, authentication, and One Time Passwords (OTP)).
Knowledge of Identity and Access Management protocols, relevant RFCs and audit compliance .
Client application level knowledge SQL. DBA expertise is not required; must have ability to build and execute SQL scripts with knowledge of database schema.
Hands on experience and comfort with Linux OS; PHP, Java and shell scripting.
Experience with web and application servers (Apache/Tomcat) and related protocols HTTP, HTTPS and SOAP.
Familiarity with various OTP models, including SMS, IVR, OTP tokens.
Knowledge of LDAP (Active Directory, Sun ONE) and SAML
Knowledge of PKI Validation - such as Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) and Certificate Revocation List (CRL).
Familiarity with Hardware Security Modules (HSM).