Auth0 provides a secure, highly available, enterprise-grade platform that secures billions of log-ins every year. The company makes it easy to implement even the most complex identity solutions for their web, mobile, IoT and internal applications, as well as sophisticated identity management for employees, customers and partners. Auth0 has raised over $54 million from Meritech Capital, NTT DoCoMo, Trinity Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, K9 Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, Founders Co-Op, Portland Seed Fund and NXTP Labs.
Thousands of enterprises and millions of users worldwide depend on Auth0 for authentication and authorization of their most mission-critical apps, APIs and IoT devices. Auth0’s top priorities are availability and security.
We are looking for a Security Engineer who has a passion for securing Containers and the supporting infrastructure.
The individual filling this role will work closely with our teams who own their infrastructure from top to bottom, and should feel comfortable auditing services and shipping changes into production. This is an exciting time to join Auth0 as we are growing quickly and this role is an opportunity to be a part of our expanding Product Security team.
Create technical security solutions through coding and automation
Advise our teams on secure container based architecture design
Perform research to stay informed with engineering and security best practices surrounding container development and deployment
Experience in a security engineering role and or experience in software development
Experience with container and orchestration technologies such as Docker and how to secure them
Good Linux experience and in particular experience with Kernel security - SELinux, AppArmor
Experience with secure coding practices and threat modeling
Experience with application security and secure network architectures
Experience with a container platform such as Kubernetes or ECS
A passion for infrastructure as code and have used tools such as Terraform and CloudFormation
You have used configuration management tools (e.g. Salt Stack, Ansible, Puppet, etc)