Apple: Senior Security Engineer at Apple (Austin, TX) (Austin, TX)

Posted: Mar 27, 2021

Infrastructure Services (IS) network security team is responsible for auditing network devices, ensuring network access controls are properly implemented, and is responsible for the authentication system for network devices (TACACS and one-time passwords). Our team is looking for an engineer to build world-class, scalable authentication system. As a senior software engineer you will be responsible for developing software for the authentication systems which support Apples networking infrastructure. Youll be responsible for implementing scalable, reliable, and secure software for authentication systems. There will be additional software development in the area of auditing network systems and devices. The focus of the work will be software development, but there will be an operational component as well, which will include system administration, security and change reviews, and on-call support!

We are looking for a professional engineer, who has experience building IT systems and can also complete coding tasks in Python or GoLang. The successful candidate will also research, evaluate and implement security tooling to ensure that Apples infrastructure is secure and compliance with government, industry and corporate policies and directives. To be successful in this role, you will need to excel at working together with internal partners and customers to collaboratively build the right application/solution. The primary focus of this role is coding and building high performance, scalable solutions for identify management and authentication systems for network devices; this includes building APIs and authentication systems. In addition to the software development, about 30% of the work will be supporting operations, including supporting existing TACACS systems, supporting existing APIs, security indent handling, security consultation, change review and approval, and periodic on-call duties in which the candidate will be on call for 7 days in a row, 24 hours a day..

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