Global Security Clan Lead
About The Position
ZOOZ a PayU company is a leading financial services provider in global growth markets. We are building our next generation end-to-end PSP solution.
Our solutions are based on the most advanced technology that empowers billions of people and millions of merchants to buy and sell online, extending the reach of financial services.
Our systems are micro-services based, scalable and distributed.
With the ever-increasing cybersecurity threats, and our obligations to comply with PCI and GDPR rules and regulations we at PayU are committed to maintaining a vigilant approach to protect our systems and data. As such, we are adopting a develops culture and moving security to the left in our global PSP solutions and engineering group. The Global Security Lead will lead this process by ensuring security across all layers of the system (application and infrastructure).
If you have:
- Experience with DevSecOps/Infrastructure Security/Cloud Security.
- Experience with distributed systems.
- Curiosity and dedication to learning and are able to apply new knowledge in a pragmatic and timely manner.
- Knowledge of attacks and mitigation methods, with knowledge in two or more of the following: Network protocols and secure network design; Operating system internals and hardening (e.g. Windows, Linux, OS X); Containers security, Web application and browser security; Security assessments and penetration testing; Authentication and access control; Applied cryptography and security protocols; Security monitoring and intrusion detection; Incident response and forensics; Development of security tools, automation or frameworks.
- BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent engineering experience
If you can:
- Lead, coach, mentor and direct the teams and at the same time be ready to roll-up sleeves and get into action in a global growing company
- Design and build great software solutions to meet complex, system-wide requirements.
- Understand business requirements and translate them into code.
- Debug and consider test implications across protocol and architectural stacks.
You should join our Global Security Team.