Imperva DAM Security Engineer Posted Jan 13
Request Technology-Craig Johnson , Detroit, MI
Prestigious Fortune 500 Company is currently seeking a Imperva DAM Security Engineer. Candidate will be part of the Security Engineering Team within the Information Technology Division. This position is responsible to provide security engineering support for the infrastructure and applications across multi-site enterprise and data center environments; including engineering on data encryption, data masking and database monitoring.


Work closely with technology and business stakeholders to understand goals, determine security requirements, design and implement solutions to meet business objectives, IT strategic initiatives, corporate and regulatory requirements.

Perform the technology planning, design, implementation of Imperva SecureSphere.

Protect and secure company resources in the cloud, virtual and physical infrastructures.

Understand and advocate IT Security standards, reference architectures.

Stay current with developing technologies, emerging threat landscape and predict impact of changing technologies.

Ensure consistent delivery of superior technical solutions.

Communicate effectively with clients to identify needs and evaluate alternative technical solutions and strategies.


Working knowledge and experience of Imperva DAM.

At least 5-7 years of relevant experience in IT Security.

3+ years of experience planning, designing and implementing security tools

Knowledge of security issues, techniques and implications across computing platforms.

Preferred Skills:

Preferred certifications such as Security +, CISSP, etc.

Must be able to effectively perform both independently and collaboratively as a strong team contributor.

Strong verbal and written communications skills required; including development of detailed solution designs, implementation and support documentation.

Employment Type: Permanent
Work Hours: Full Time

Pay: $90,000 to $110,000 USD
Pay Period: Annual
Other Pay Info: Bonus

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