Senior Cloud Security Engineer 🔥
Who Are We?
Postman is the world’s leading collaboration platform for API development. Our app simplifies each step of the API building process and streamlines collaboration. More thanand 500,000 organizations worldwide currently use Postman. We recently raised our Series-D at a $5.6 billion valuation.
About the Team.
After our exciting, we are set to innovate and scale our Application Security function rapidly in order to ensure we continue to live by our responsibility to provide services which are secured and we promote a secured API and general development culture throughout the globe. Postman’s Application Security team is comprised of other Security Researchers and Software Engineers who are highly conscious about security and pursue the continuous effort to improve ourselves with regular security-related discussions, planning, and training while also possessing a general air of being security aware.
As a result, Postman is looking for experienced Security Researchers and Security Engineers to join the Application Security team. You would be responsible for maintaining and improving the security of the services provided by Postman.
This position is remote and reports to the Application Security Manager.
What You'll Do.
Work closely with the team to build systems that can eliminate and protect against and eradicate entire classes of vulnerabilities.
Use automated and manual testing techniques and methods to gain a better understanding of the environment and reduce false negatives.
Identify critical flaws and weaknesses in our web applications and cloud infrastructure then design and implement strategic solutions to remediate them.
Reduce assessment time by maintaining specifications and tooling. Improve the scope of our assessments by adding new techniques and new categories of vulnerability assessments.
Review and define requirements for developing and deploying secure products and set guidelines to meet them.
Consolidate and track vulnerabilities across our organization and our supply chain to assist in identifying areas to focus our security uplift efforts.
Write and review technical proposals, architectural diagrams, application code and cloud formation.
Mentor Junior Security Engineers and Security Champions by creating security standards and guidelines, improving security tooling and processes and conducting talks and training sessions.
Led security initiatives from beginning to end to improve the security posture of an organization.
Experience working as a Senior Security Engineer with deep involvement in securing modern web applications and APIs.
Proficient with common developer tools and processes such as Github, CI/CD, containers and orchestration, IaaS/PaaS, APIs, Websockets, Databases, Front-End and Back-End systems.
Deep understanding and experience in securing AWS environments.
Proficient in one or more high-level programming languages.
Experience in deploying AppSec tools (e.g., SAST, SCA, WAF etc) throughout the stages of the SDLC to ensure the most relevant vulnerabilities are surfaced and false positives are kept to a minimum.
Understanding of web security mechanisms (such as SOP, CORS, CSP, Subresource Integrity, and same-site cookies).
Strong understanding of various authentication/authorization protocols e.g. OAuth, SAML and JWT.
Experience conducting threat modeling, security reviews and risk assessments.
We offer competitive salary and benefits, and a flexible schedule working with a fun, collaborative team. Enjoy full medical coverage, unlimited PTO, and a monthly lunch stipend. (Yes, seriously. We want you to eat well wherever you’re at.) Plus, our wellness program will help you stay healthy from your location with fitness-related reimbursements. Our frequent and fascinating virtual team-building events will keep you connected, while our donation-matching program can support the causes you care about. We’re building a long-term company with an inclusive culture where everyone can be the best version of themselves, and we want you to be part of it.
Join us, why dontcha?