A leading Fintech is looking for a Product Security Engineer to work on our payment system to deliver the best payment experience for the Japanese customers.
Their ideal candidate is a problem solver and a learner at heart. You should have a very high degree of comfort in a programming language of your choice. We offer a flexible work schedule and you get your choice of tools (both hardware and software) and most importantly, the opportunity to work on tough problems with the brightest minds around you.
‐ Security architecture reviews of existing and upcoming projects.
‐ Acting as both a builder and a breaker by creating tools to help engineers write more secure code and performing penetration tests of public and internal applications.
‐ Working in a fast paced environment where projects and prioritization may change frequently, security will always remain.
‐ Participate in setting up a Bug Bounty program, writing proof of concepts, assessing risk, communication with external reporters.
‐ Implementing and maintaining technologies for security, such as vulnerability testing, logging, monitoring and incident responses.
Growing fintech company develops electronic payment services, provides QR code and bar code based payment service.
The company offers a flexible work schedule and work from anywhere as well as you get your choice of tools (both hardware and software) and most importantly, the opportunity to work on tough problems with the brightest minds around you. Speaking English OR Japanese, but corporate language is the language you can program in.
10:00 - 18:45（Mon - Fri）
Super Flextime available
Saturday, Sunday, and National Holidays, Year-end and New Year Holidays, Paid Holidays, Other Special Holidays
【Services / Benefits】
Social insurance, Transportation Fee, Defined contribution pension system, training programs, no smoking indoors allowed (Designated smoking area), etc.
‐ Experience as a Security Engineer.
‐ Experience with Linux internals and hardening
‐ Experience in programming languages and frameworks such as Python and Bash
‐ Comfortable with identifying and advising on remediation for Application Security vulnerabilities
‐ Up to date with the latest developments in security
‐ Development of Proof of Concept exploits
‐ CVE Contributions
‐ Open Source tools contributions
‐ Published papers / blogs / articles