Senior Application Security Engineer
Company: PlayStation Network
Location: San Diego
Posted on: April 9, 2021
PlayStation isn't just the Best Place to Play -it's also the
Best Place to Work. We've thrilled gamers since 1994, when we
launched the original PlayStation. Today, we're recognized as a
global leader in interactive and digital entertainment. The
PlayStation brand falls under Sony Interactive Entertainment, a
wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation. Do you want to help
bring PlayStation technology to a worldwide audience? Are you
passionate about securing infrastructure that constantly pushes the
boundary of the gaming industry? Are you ready to work with
innovative technology, forward-thinking engineers, and a passionate
security team? If so, join us! The position is a hands-on
application security engineering role for someone who likes working
in multi-disciplined teams and with other sharp engineers in a
fast-paced and fun environment. You will provide expert technical
guidance and hands on validation of secure solutions during the
design, development, and testing of systems supporting the
PlayStation products and services. As a Sr. Application Security
Engineer in the Product Security team it is also expected to be the
domain specialist in one or several parts within the Secure
Development Lifecycle program to mentor and empower other members
in the team. Key Responsibilities
- Collaborate with engineers, consultants and leadership to
address security risks and provide mitigation recommendations
within the Secure Development Lifecycle (SDLC).
- Perform security architecture and design reviews of all systems
and applications developed at PlayStation.
- Perform validation of security controls to insure consistency
with compliance and industry standard methodologies.
- Perform hands on security testing of products and services to
proactively discover risks and supervise them to resolution.
- Understand, balance and communicate business risk with security
- Ability to understand business requirements and apply security
without adversely affecting the desired functionality.
- High level of personal integrity, with the ability to
professionally handle confidential matters, and reflect appropriate
level of judgment as it pertains to security.
- Leading includes keeping better communication with other
specialists and leadership in order to conduct other job duties in
the above as a team. Qualifications
- 5+ years previous experience in information security.
- 2+ years' experience working within software development.
- A bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Information
Security/Cyber Security or equivalent.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as
social skills including the ability to articulate to both technical
and non-technical audiences.
- Able to work both independently as well with development teams
and multi-task effectively.
- Firm understanding of enterprise class application
architectures that are highly scalable and reliable and the ability
to secure them.
- Experience of security architecture and design reviews.
- Experience with multiple languages such as Java, Go, Python and
Perl etc. and understand how to detect and remedy related security
issues such as OWASP top 10.
- Experience with AWS and Akamai technologies.
- Experience with securing host, database, and application
solutions for multi-tier systems. Desired Experience
- Excellent analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving
- Experience with Penetration Testing.
- Knowledge of automated attack tools and developing mitigation
- Hacker Mindset and always strives to think like an
- Technical certifications within information security are a plus
(CISSP, CCSP, GIAC or equivalents).
- Experience with multiple development methodologies such as
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