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Offers “Amazon”

days ago Amazon

Hardware Infrastructure Security Engineer

  • Internship
  • Austin ( Travis )
  • Logistics

Job description


Amazon is already famous around the world for its incredible logistics network, and that robust network of customers and suppliers extends deep into the AWS cloud as well. The AWS Hardware Infrastructure Security Team (HIST) is looking is looking for a Security Engineer to help guide our global hardware supply chain security program. You will work with a team of professionals around the world to help assess and mitigate risks in partner manufacturing and logistics, contribute to new mechanisms for defense and response, and analyze the ever-shifting threat landscape to help us prioritize continuous improvement. You will have the opportunity to work in a supportive, collaboration-filled environment to build and secure the future of the cloud.

The HIST organization exists to direct strategic investments across AWS, and focuses relentlessly on achieving mitigations that eliminate risk in the most efficient and customer-obsessed way possible. If you have experience in areas such as modern semiconductor manufacturing and test, supply chain logistics, or physical facility and transport security, your expertise is needed more than ever and we are interested in talking to you!

In order to inform your recommendations and steer AWS in the right direction, you will be called upon to provide risk assessment and perspective on security controls for hardware manufacturing environments, our data centers, and critical infrastructure. This could include the digital aspects of manufacturing networks and systems, software development lifecycle (SDL) and image source control, audit mechanisms that are durable/repeatable, and a wide variety of other security controls. The ideal candidate will have past experience in hardware design validation, secure boot/TrustZone, and hardware security controls.

Core Responsibilities:
* Assess and prioritize security findings from hardware validation tests
* Perform hands-on threat modeling, risk assessment, and manufacturing security validation
* Security training and outreach to internal teams and external supply chain partners
* Travel as needed to provide insight and feedback to suppliers and data centers around the world
* Mentor! Learn! Constantly develop your own skills and guide others to improve their own