McAfee Professional Services : Foundstone Software Security Consultant (Code Review) Job - Mcafee

About the Role and Responsibilities About the Role: Eyes tired because you were up all night digging through code to find a new vulnerability? Do you live and breathe application development but are curious about security? If you're up for working with a rock star team of security experts and love to be constantly challenged to think out of the box, Foundstone is for you Foundstones capability in source code security assessments extends from our Software and Application Security Service (SASS) consultants, who have performed source code audits on numerous client applications, as well as their own software. Our SASS consultants worked as development practitioners on commercial enterprise software systems and understand the software development process, as well as why and how security bugs are introduced. Our experience combined with advanced automated tools using contextual analysis; enable us to look at a greater amount of code faster and more accurately. Key Responsibilities: : Conduct manual and automated secure software code reviews : : Write formal secure code review reports for each application, using Foundstone's standard reporting format. : : Contribute to marketing materials (presentations, whitepapers, tools, etc.) Qualifications Required Experience, Skills and Education: : Experience configuring static source code analysis tools such as Fortify, Appscan etc. : 1 to 3 years of hands:on development expertise in one or more of the languages such as C, C++, C, VB.NET, Java, CFML, Perl, Classic ASP, LUA and PHP. : In:depth understanding of SDLC : Work within development frameworks, such as J2EE and the .NET framework : Experience developing or reviewing Spring MVC, Struts, Hibernate, jQuery code etc. Preferred : Threat Modeling Experience : : CISSP, CEH, GSEC or other certification(s) is a plus McAfee is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity Click here for full EEO statement. Job: Professional Services Position Number: Schedule: Full:time Source:

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