Sr. Security Architecture Engineer
Posted 1 week ago
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Apple has an opportunity for a Sr. Security Architecture Engineer. In this role you will conduct architecture security reviews, threat modeling, application testing, and penetration testing modeled after real world attackers (i.e., exploit and pivot). The focus of this role will be ensuring secure architecture and standard methodologies are followed and engaging in threat modeling with teams to address risks.
Our scope includes everything from customer applications like iCloud and iTunes, to enterprise services like retail payment systems that support our physical and online storefronts. We work multi-functionally with teams Apple wide providing security consulting services and driving new security initiatives. Our talented team of security experts is a key to our success.
We conduct security architecture review of the full stack including applications built on cloud and new technologies. We conduct threat modeling exercises with application teams during the full SDLC. We conduct manual application security testing and source code auditing for a variety of technologies. Provide clear and detailed risk assessment and remediation guidelines for developers and business owners. We Conduct penetration testing targeting critical Apple data, services, and environments. Report underlying security issues and propose enhanced security protections. - Security research on the latest best practices, trends, threats and vulnerabilities, and technology frameworks - Documenting and disseminating security guidelines for common security issues, remediation guidance, and security technology baselines - Develop tools and exploits to support application security review and/or penetration testing
Full time employment
$6.2 billion in Funding
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