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Security Engineer, Forensics @ Google in Zurich (CH) and US

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Security Engineer, Forensics @ Google in Zurich (CH) and US

Post Posted: Mon Aug 15, 2016 12:19 pm

Like working on digital forensics challenges at scale using Open Source tooling and want to help make GRR, plaso, Rekall and others more awesome?

We are hiring in Zurich, Switzerland and in Mountain View, CA, US

The Forensics team’s core responsibility is to investigate potential information security intrusions and breaches on our corporate, production, and acquisition environments. Members of the team are involved in analyzing root causes and trends of incidents and work closely with engineers to get flaws and systemic issues fixed.

Scale is a key factor within Google, this means you will be pushing limitations of existing tooling. As part of the Forensics team, you will actively participate in building advanced, large scale, and sometimes highly custom, digital forensic tooling to analyze malicious activity on Google's networks. The focus of our tooling is both internal and Open Source.

Responsibilities
* Perform investigations on a wide variety of security and privacy events from various sources to determine whether they pose a threat to Google.
* Participate in large-scale security and privacy incidents, write incident reports, and participate in post-mortems.
* Participate in internal training to make sure forensic best practices are followed.
* Work with teams from around Google to discover new investigative and forensics capabilities.
* Develop internal and Open Source tools used to respond to incidents (e.g. digital forensic toolkits) to support Google’s unique environment.

You can find more information via the following sites Zurich, Switzerland and in Mountain View, CA, US  

joachimm
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