Responsible for the onboarding of applications onto the Ping stack. This can include basic onboarding for new customers of existing applications, or integration with Ping for new applications. The security engineer will be responsible for directly interfacing with Application Owners and Developers in the Business Units, gathering and documenting requirements, categorizing the integration into one of our existing integration patterns, highlighting any new development or engineering required to onboard, and performing the actual onboarding ensuring that all changed are approved, communicated and properly scheduled.
Job Specific Responsibilities:
ALL resources must possess the basic skills of an IAM Engineer. These include but are not limited to
Unix Command Line Proficiency ability to ssh, ftp, run filesystem commands, search logs (grep, awk, sort, uniq, cut), use shell scripts to automate common tasks, etc.
Basic LDAP Knowledge ability to connect to an ldap server, navigate via command line tools (ldapsearch), write LDIF s, use ldapmodify
PKI knowledge ability to create CSRs, edit truststores/keystores, troubleshoot certificate problems using openssl/curl, understand the difference between public and private keys, signing and encrypting, etc.
Web troubleshooting Deep understanding of web protocols and architectures, cookies, experience diagnosing problems with tools like telnet, curl, Wireshark, Chrome developer tools, Fiddler, etc
Splunk Ability to query Splunk, create ad-hoc alerts, build dashboards and reports
Communication Ability to explain and document security architectures using tools like Powerpoint and Visio.
Extensive experience with Ping Federate
Experience with Ping Access, Ping Directory, Ping ID is preferred.