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PKI Engineer, Managed Services, Portland, OR

PKI Engineer, Managed Services, Portland, OR

Our client, a leading provider of Information Security solutions is seeking a PKI Support Specialist, for its Managed PKI and Certificate Authorities service offerings. This is a position will be based in the metro Portland, OR region and will support remote Enterprise, Service Provider and Government Managed Services customers. This role will manage customers PKI and CA deployments remotely as a PKI-as-a-Service offering. Strong preference for candidates experienced in digital certificate management processes, and leading practices, or infrastructure IT background in some or all of the following disciplines: Systems Administration (Windows, Unix OS), Network administration, Active Directory and/or Virtualization

This is a full-time, direct-hire position NOT a contract position.

US Citizens only.


Work with customers on Managed PKI and Microsoft Certificate Authorities projects including deployment, migrations, user and admin training, as well as continuing product and service support.
Participate in projects to deploy new PKI applications and services.
Implement all changes to the PKI infrastructure in accordance with standard procedures and change control policies and procedures
Assisting architects in specifying and documenting the needs for the project.
Become the subject matter expert of the firm’s and competitors’ products and cryptographic technology.
Develop plans for projects utilizing the firm’s standards and methodology
Training and presentation of firm’s products or services to customers and staff
Produce necessary deliverables
Assisting the sales teams in development of project opportunities into properly documented projects and deliverables
Liaising with Professional Services and Sales teams,

Education, Experience and Skills requirements:

Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience technical discipline, or 3+ years of professional work experience in a related field such as Public Key Infrastructure, Infrastructure IT (Systems Administration, Network Administration Windows/Linux OS, Network Administration, Active Directory and/or Virtualization)

5+ years of experience in working in a highly-technical customer-facing role (i.e.: product support, professional services, sales engineer, technical consultant, or similar) with a security technology vendor, Value-Added Reseller, professional services or consulting firm.

Experience in working with PKI (public key infrastructure), Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services, digital signature, data communication and other cryptographic systems.

Candidates with exceptional ADCS (Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services) and PKI skills are encouraged to apply, with a special emphasis on MS-ADCS security components such as Certificate Enrollment Web Services, Certification Authority, Online Responder, Network Device Enrollment Services.

Specific knowledge of Entrust’s family of products particularly desired

Hands-On experience with implementing, configuring and optimizing Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) from leading vendors such as Utimaco, Thales, Gemalto, nCipher or Futurex highly desired.

Suggested Certifications (some NOT ALL of the following): CompTIA Security +, CompTIA Net+, CompTIA A+, CPTE – Certified Penetration Testing Engineer, CEH – Certified Ethical Hacker, IBM DB2, Oracle and MS SQL Server, Java, JavaScript, SQL, Linux, Windows, SSL and HTML/CSS, Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP)

Hands-On experience with implementing, configuring and optimizing Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) from leading vendors such as Utimaco, Thales, Gemalto, nCipher or Futurex highly desired.

Experience in project management and knowledge of standardized project management techniques

Strong Foundation of common OS (Linux, Solaris, AIX, HP/UX, MS Windows)

Strong working knowledge of fundamental information technology security concepts

Basic programming skills in common programming languages (e.g. Java, C#, C/C++)

Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Must be independent and self-directed, high-performance, low-maintenance employee.

Experience in training customers with Information Security products

Solid networking skills and the ability to troubleshoot TCP/IP networks, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile security.

Governance Risk and Compliance Senior Consultant

Location: Remote  75 % of travel required to client side 


Client Security Advisory Services is seeking a Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) consultant to work on GRC consulting projects for commercial customers.
We are seeking an innovative and motivated consultant who under general direction with a high level of autonomy, uses extensive knowledge and skills obtained through education and experience to perform the necessary assessment, analysis and consulting tasks related to specific regulations, industry standards and/or a customer’s unique requirements. 
Client Security Advisory Services aspires to be a strategic partner in helping our more than 1,000 business and government clients in 90 countries better serve their customers and citizens.
We work to overcome their IT challenges, collaborating to make technology work for them, anytime and anywhere.
To make it matter, so they can achieve more.
With a dedication to quality and innovation, we deliver IT consulting, systems integration, and applications development.
Enterprises can also outsource IT functions and management to us in areas like infrastructure and business processes.
These efforts enable organizations to take the best advantage of cloud computing, information optimization and enhanced security measures to achieve their goals. 


Analyze complex, enterprise environments from an information security perspective.
Develop comprehensive information security documentation Policies, Standards, Guidelines, Procedures Conduct risk assessments of business processes and supporting environments; including the determination of risk evaluating the existence of controls that help reduce risk determine residual risk and risk treatment plans.
Evaluate organizations against multiple best practice control frameworks, vertical specific requirements, or federal regulations ISO 27001/2 HIPAA COBIT NERC/CIP FISMA/NIST FFIEC PCI/DSS.
7+ years of experience with Governance Risk and Compliance within Information Security Bachelors’ degree in related field preferred Extensive experience with risk assessment frameworks/methodologies such as OCTAVE, CRAMM, NIST SP 800-37, ISAM, ISRM, ISO 27000, COBIT Deep understanding of IT security impacted regulations and/or standards such as HIPAA/HITECH, PCI, Sarbanes-Oxley, GLBA, etc.
Expert level experience with GRC platforms such as RSA Archer, Paisley, Lockpath, Modulo. Expertise in IT Governance frameworks such as COBIT, ISO 20000, ITIL.  

One or more of the following:

Key industry certifications such as CISSP, ISSAP, CISM, CRISC, CISA, SANS, etc.
Experience with GDPR a significant plus.
Demonstrable experience in “soft” consultancy skills (ie, deliverable generation, communications, executive level presentation development/delivery).
Good analytical skills.
Understanding of basic financial analysis in support of providing cost estimations in delivery of large-scale security programs and associated activities.
Ability to develop new portfolio solutions from concept to market (methodology development, marketing, sales/internal training, etc).
Self-motivated individual who is keen to take ownership of allocated tasks and drive them to completion.
Appreciation of trends in IT security and IT risk management.
Experience and knowledge of security management frameworks in multiple industries like finance, pharma, manufacturing, travel/transportation, retail or insurance.
Information Security and regulatory compliance consultancy experience.
Ability to interact with customer risk and security stakeholders at all levels.

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