Apple: Product Security Engineer, SEAR at Apple (Seattle, WA) (Seattle, WA)

Posted: Jun 11, 2021

The Apple Product Security Team is at the forefront of Apple's security and threat intelligence capabilities, impacting the breadth of Apple's ecosystem by working on immediate risks to Apple's customers. Working with some of the best security engineers in the world, youll have a direct positive impact on the security of Apples products. We're looking for a hardworking and highly motivated engineer responsible to help investigate security issues across Apple products with the goal of better safeguarding our users.
Youll become part of an outstanding team focusing on securing iOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS. Rooted in the Security Engineering and Architecture organization, youll be working with a wide variety of teams and vendors. Your influence will be felt throughout Apple's extraordinary products, such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Watch and Apple TV.

You will be directly involved in Apple's response to critical issues as they arise. From reverse engineering an exploit, providing insightful analysis on vulnerabilities, creating innovative tools to help find security bugs, and collaborating with engineering teams on software issues, the job is as diverse as it is critical. This position requires someone with strong technical strengths and an enthusiastic aim to secure systems by showing how they can be broken.

Help make Apples products the industrys most secure

Triage, analyze and investigate security issues reported to Apple

Analyze issues and pivot off available data to discover new and closely related security vulnerabilities

Focus on current security issues and trends and an eye towards future research

Have solid organization, prioritization and communication skills and an ability to influence others outside your team

Provide mentorship to engineering teams regarding mitigations to emerging threats

This position may require some travel to other Apple sites, vendors and security conferences.

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