Coalfire is Hiring Pen Testers

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     cd1zz 
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    Coalfire Labs has an immediate need to fill eight positions on its penetration testing team, from entry level to senior level.  Coalfire is looking for individuals with a passion for information security and are driven by a challenge.  We provide security testing and analysis for clients of all types, resulting in a wide array of work including network and application penetration testing, hardware hacking, vulnerability research, and more.  Ever wanted to hack a car?  An ATM?  Socially engineer your way into critical infrastructure facilities? We do lots of cool stuff.

    Responsibilities:
    •        Perform application and network penetration tests
    •        Perform social engineering engagements, including phishing, pretext calling and physical access testing
    •        Perform wireless security assessments

    Qualifications below are for a mid-level consultant.  Entry level positions are also available.

    Qualifications:
    •        3+ years of experience in information security
    •        Proficiency with one or more scripting languages such as, bash, PERL, Python, ruby, vb/wscript or powershell
    •        Familiarity with penetration testing tools such as NeXpose, Nessus, nmap, Metasploit, Burp, tcpdump, wireshark, etc.
    •        Excellent written and oral communication skills
    •        Self-motivated and able to work both independently and with a team.
    •        Willing to travel up to 50% of the time.
    Desirable:
    •        Experience with debuggers and disassemblers
    •        Experience leading or participating on Red Team engagements
    •        CISSP, OSCP/E, GWAPT, GPEN, GXPN certification a plus.
    •        Experience in exploit development
    •        Experience in hardware hacking or embedded systems hacking

    Please contact cd1zz if you are interested or would like more information.

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